So where you talk about dragons on the cloud, which is pretty awesome--. So the Python SDK is out there, because we do all the development in open source. Something like that. So I believe--well, one of the problems you were looking at solving was something to do with hugs. That was great. FRANCESC: security/privacy at Google. White Paper: An Inside Look at Google BigQuery Thank you. NIELS: If you had to pick one that was your favorite, which one would you pick? Appreciate it. MARK: We have just made the transparency report available last year--last week. Yes. this example is in the GitHub repository Yes. FRANCESC: I like those trips. FRANCES: I know. And B, it just makes so much sense, and it's something that really takes the power of what we're doing at Google and delivers it to everybody else. Thank you. FRANCESC: Google Cloud Data Product, which is a managed Spark and [inaudible] offering. Add intelligence and efficiency to your business with AI and machine learning. There is some limitations on App Engine. Very cool. So they created Apache Hidoop, Apache Spark, PegHive. I prefer Python. There is a single thread for running Go routines on App Engine, and that's, like, just the one. Yeah. Tracing system collecting latency data from applications. Sure. Yeah. Solution for bridging existing care systems and apps on Google Cloud. MARK: We processed 25 billion fix messages in about 50 minutes, end-to-end. It was pretty crazy. So it's out there on GetHub, and now, we have an alpha program for service support to run it on cloud data flow on the fully managed service. Each row key is a word from the Examples then show how MapReduce jobs can be written in Python. Very cool. MARK: First, a mapper tokenizes the text file's contents and generates key-value Thank you so much. All right? Yeah. But what it can't do is tell you if you should hug it. If you needed to expand upon that, then yes. Yeah. MIKE: TODD: Very interesting. Could we know a little bit more about the other side of the big data? MARK: This is a podcast, so you couldnât see it anyway. The first phase of a MapReduce â¦ But the data flow stuff just makes life so much easier. Infrastructure to run specialized workloads on Google Cloud. Like, if it's a worker doing something like heavy processing, and it takes a long time, and it's communicating through a pop up--stuff like that. Frances Perry is a a Software Engineer MARK: For example, storage encryption happens by default. See you later. Yeah. In the nineteenth episode of this podcast, your hosts In 2010 Hadoop was released. But that doesn't mean you can only run one Go routine. So there was a--there was what's called the flash crash back in 2010, where several trillion dollars were wiped off the U.S. markets, and then--. If you have a question you would like to hear answered, please send us an email with the question, and weâll endeavour to answer it on the show. That's just crazy. We were. MARK: Once you get them there, then you start helping them re-architect, or build that new network stack. I think you might see that picture show up in a few places once I integrate it with a few more of our services. Hi, Mike. Julia, how are you doing today? FRANCESC: A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. JULIA: If you try to run those things on App Engine, how does it work? MARK: Oh, my favorite announcement. Data warehouse to jumpstart your migration and unlock insights. Yeah, okay. Generally speaking, like, from my experience, it's never really been a huge issue, especially for web stuff. Yeah. Wonderful. Security policies and defense against web and DDoS attacks. Services and infrastructure for building web apps and websites. MARK: JAMES: FRANCESC: FRANCESC: The first time I heard the architecture described to me, I was like, "Wow. NEIL: NEIL: So yeah. Cloud Data product is--it's built around a different set of open source tools. JULIA: You know, triple graphic identities for our jobs. Interactive data suite for dashboarding, reporting, and analytics. He was part of the Day 2 Keynote We built--we built App--was essentially a month with a team of about six people. The MapReduce job Connectivity options for VPN, peering, and enterprise needs. Managed environment for running containerized apps. Like, I never heard about someone who was like, "Yeah. MARK: Well, thank you so much for being with us today. MARK: That is very interesting. The code for Serverless, minimal downtime migrations to Cloud SQL. MARK: Sounds like a good idea. Yeah. In this paper, we describe the architecture and implementation of Dremel, and explain how it complements MapReduce-based computing. You're talking about the entire U.S. market has to be analyzed in four hours on a daily basis, and so it's not--it's not insignificant. No. Great. FHIR API-based digital service production. But the URL--the URL library, actually--the URL fetch library also provides an HTTP client, if you need to. Yeah. It sort of tracks our progress, and there's no excuse for anybody putting a website on the Internet not to use encryption. Clouds, dandelions, and pillows. Following on from the recent post GCP Templates for C4 Diagrams using PlantUML, cloud architects are often challenged with producing diagrams for architectures spanning multiple cloud providers, particularly as you elevate to enterprise level diagrams.. Containers with data science frameworks, libraries, and tools. Well, so yesterday at the keynote, Jeff Dean announced one of our new platforms, which is our machine learning platform--cloud machine learning, and so my session dove into a little bit of the details surrounding, you know, what machine learning can do, what kind of problems it can solve, and how does it do that. JAMES: FRANCESC: And so this--you know, there are still arguments happening today, six years later, about what actually happened. Whether your business is early in its journey or well on its way to digital transformation, Google Cloud's solutions and technologies help chart a path to success. You know, the usual suspects. Needless to say this piqued my interest and I got hold of 2 papers by Google talking about the secret sauce behind their tech. Researchers across Google are innovating across many domains. FRANCESC: MARK: I am great. I will be one of them. MARK: MARK: text files and a table name as input, finds all of the words that appear in the Cheers. Streaming analytics for stream and batch processing. FRANCESC: Develop and run applications anywhere, using cloud-native technologies like containers, serverless, and service mesh. And I think I'm not forgetting any. Fully managed environment for running containerized apps. Definitely. Prioritize investments and optimize costs. The rest of the paper is organized as follows. The MapReduce logic appears ROMIN: Do you want to give us, like, a really quick, 30-second synopsis of what you just presented on stage? We got to have a really good chat about it, so--. Then, you will need to move to manage VMs, for instance. Yeah. MARK: learning to figure out if the object in a picture should be hugged or not. Yeah--boop, boop, boop? Real-time application state inspection and in-production debugging. Permissions management system for Google Cloud resources. Deployment and development management for APIs on Google Cloud. MARK: And now, we've got basically two products at Google Cloud Platform to build on that legacy. FRANCESC: The portal presents service & feature level mapping between 6 Gartner Magic Quadrant 2018 Qualified major public clouds i.e.Amazon Web Service, Microsoft â¦ Solution for analyzing petabytes of security telemetry. I could say that the biggest restriction is that you can only run one thread. That's amazing. And so we love that one. Really moving up to another level of abstraction. On the GCP--on the GCP--yeah. Data import service for scheduling and moving data into BigQuery. Yeah. In the not-hug category, we got things like sharks' teeth, broken glass, puffer fish. JULIA: This example uses Hadoop to perform a simple MapReduce job that counts the number of times a word appears in a text file. Yeah. And actually, the cool thing of the week for this week is gonna be related to that. MARK: MARK: Are you gonna be anywhere special anytime soon? So you cannot have one Go routine that is started by the handler and keeps on running for one hour. Store API keys, passwords, certificates, and other sensitive data. App protection against fraudulent activity, spam, and abuse. FRANCESC: So what is the cool thing of the week, then? So many things. I was on a panel, talking about cloud migrations, which is kind of a new chapter for Google. DDOS protection. MARK: Itâs totally a GCPNext episode. Yeah. You know, and we built this stuff. Slack. GCP partner panel: Learnings from real world cloud migration, Data Processing & OSS: The NEXT Generation, Build smart applications with your new superpower: cloud machine learning, Analyzing market events at 34M reads/sec and 22M writes/sec with NoOps on GCP. Yes. FRANCESC: We're definitely, I think, gonna feed in a bunch of content into episodes past this one--. And yeah, we've actually been receiving more e-mails recently. Stuff like that. And then, Google Cloud Data Flow, which is our basically next generation way for writing programs. So today your co-hosts Francesc and Mark interview Frances Perry, the Tech Lead and PMC for those projects, to join us and tell us more about it.. About Frances Perry. Platform for modernizing legacy apps and building new apps. But when I uploaded a picture of an octopus that somebody had crocheted--so like, a stuffed animal octopus--that, like, got a really nice score saying, "Yeah. Open source render manager for visual effects and animation. Julia Ferraioli is a Developer Advocate Oh, nice. file, and counts how many times each word appears. It was a very interesting talk. Compute Engine--that could do it when it's not really a web server. FRANCESC: So the good is, you know, that people are moving fast to the cloud. They're a Boston-based firm that helps companies get to the cloud, whether they're migrating apps or building anew. FRANCESC: Yeah. Thank you. Yeah. So let's hear it. Yeah. FRANCES: JULIA: ; They were all really, really great. More about the functional programming roots to MapReduce paradigm can be found in Section 2.1 of Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce paper. Niels Provos is a distinguished engineer working on And they actually sound great. Universal package manager for build artifacts and dependencies. Don't hug that." MARK: No. I understand completely. Compute instances for batch jobs and fault-tolerant workloads. It costs zillions of dollars, and you know, you go dark for a year just setting up the infrastructure and stuff, and now, you got tools like BigQuery, BigTable, and you know, you're just up and running and getting results that are ten times faster than what you can get anyplace else, and it's just--it's just kind of amazing, actually. Very interesting. Wonderful. HDFS was similar to the Google File System and they even called the data processing layer MapReduce, just like Google did. Service for executing builds on Google Cloud infrastructure. There is no grade penalty for a missed deadline, so you can work at your own pace if â¦ Platform for creating functions that respond to cloud events. But that's the next wave. That was an awesome experience. Amazon has made working with Hadoop a lot easier. He was actually asking a question, and we decided that could be a great question of the week. MARK: That's not something that we allow. I uploaded a picture of an octopus from an aquarium. So it's GCPPodcast. Unified platform for IT admins to manage user devices and apps. The idea is that you send your computation to were you data is. Data integration for building and managing data pipelines. Google has, you know, spent many, many years creating a very, very secure platform, and so for GCP, customers are wondering, you know, "What does that mean for us?" BigQuery. The Big Data revolution was started by the Google's Paper on MapReduce (MR). FRANCES: Domain name system for reliable and low-latency name lookups. JULIA: (Image source: Google Dremel Paper) BigQuery vs. MapReduce. Awesome. Add that capability into the--into the system. ASIC designed to run ML inference and AI at the edge. 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