A little over a year later, Apache Hadoop was created. NIELS: FRANCESC: They're a Boston-based firm that helps companies get to the cloud, whether they're migrating apps or building anew. JAMES: Sects. So when you run on our platform, you essentially benefit from our serving infrastructure--the network. learn some basic technologies of the modern Big Data landscape, namely: HDFS, MapReduce and Spark; be guided both … Coursera has an inbuilt peer review system. Exactly. Yeah. Generate instant insights from data at any scale with a serverless, fully managed analytics platform that significantly simplifies analytics. Yeah. Sort of a foot-in-the-door type of situation. I'm pretty happy with how all that turned out. MARK: We have shown experimental results of … It'll be fun to watch. MARK: Right. Containerized apps with prebuilt deployment and unified billing. Wonderful. So it's GCPPodcast. NIELS: Mark interview some of the And so really, it's all prototype to say, you know, "We can handle the level of data you're talking about." Custom machine learning model training and development. If you weren't at the event, we--how many interviews did we do? If you, let's say, enable a GPS load balancing, that gets served via an infrastructure that has DDOS protection builder. Yeah--boop, boop, boop? 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. Speaking--you know, I'm somebody who accidentally hugged a cactus once. I had not--I had not expected that, to be honest. Sect. MARK: Service catalog for admins managing internal enterprise solutions. And you're trying to make that, you know, so any developer can tap into that. MIKE: FRANCESC: Yeah. So I went out, and I found example images of each of those things. Maybe if you find us at some event, we'll be able to provide you with some. Marketing platform unifying advertising and analytics. MARK: We are joined here by Niels Provos, who is hot off the stage from the keynote this morning. And Go-related. So for example, we are working on a key management system and those kinds of things. and a data processing infrastructure geek at Google working in the Cloud JAMES: MARK: Yeah. We built--we built App--was essentially a month with a team of about six people. And we will be talking to Julian in a little bit too. That's amazing. Service to prepare data for analysis and machine learning. Yeah. Thanks. Solution to bridge existing care systems and apps on Google Cloud. Compute, storage, and networking options to support any workload. Platform for defending against threats to your Google Cloud assets. FRANCESC: So these were things that people said that they would hug, and it was really important to get things that were organic and inorganic. Data Flow. MARK: MIKE: at wix.com during the session MARK: TODD: Well, so the load balancer, you know, does HTTP and HTTPS, but you know, to be perfectly honest, look, you know, if you're running on the Internet these days, you'd better protect yourself with TLS. FRANCESC: Well, okay. Relational database services for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL server. JULIA: Open banking and PSD2-compliant API delivery. We announced a lot of things about machine learning yesterday. So--. It's really gonna combine batch and streaming into one API. 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--. MARK: Yeah. Cool. FRANCESC: Yeah. Cheers. The bad is we're lifting and shifting, so they're not getting advantage of the cloud. Yeah? FRANCESC: JULIA: Database services to migrate, manage, and modernize data. Change the way teams work with solutions designed for humans and built for impact. Me too. We were. Hybrid and Multi-cloud Application Platform. FRANCES: So yeah. Go for it. That sounds like a lot of information, so if anyone is more interested, the keynote was recorded, and you should definitely check that--the video. You know, the usual suspects. So you can definitely check that out. End-to-end solution for building, deploying, and managing apps. JULIA: I would've never thought of this. Right? And so we love that one. We've been joined by two speakers here at our table, James Malone and Francis Perry. Looking forward to it. Oh, yeah. Most videos from GCP Next 2016 are already available on YouTube. FRANCESC: financial markets and drive innovation across financial services. The first time I heard the architecture described to me, I was like, "Wow. Data storage, AI, and analytics solutions for government agencies. Yeah. FRANCESC: 10+ years of experience in data area like Cloud(GCP/AWS/Azure), Data warehouse, big data lake, ETL, data quality & etc. It turned out of be very hard to program in. It's pretty cool. FRANCESC: Data archive that offers online access speed at ultra low cost. JULIA: Build on the same infrastructure Google uses, Tap into our global ecosystem of cloud experts, Read the latest stories and product updates, Join events and learn more about Google Cloud. Like, you're getting that automatically, which is really cool. Even then, you could do it with Manage VMs. He was actually asking a question, and we decided that could be a great question of the week. That's--you know, in this platform, that's how we express ourselves. MARK: Yeah. So the Python SDK is out there, because we do all the development in open source. MARK: Dedicated hardware for compliance, licensing, and management. The MapReduce job uses Cloud Bigtable to store the results of the map operation. FRANCESC: queries can be easily translated into MapReduce.) Francesc and There is some limitations on App Engine. I'm doing just fine. Data product. MARK: All right? Yeah. So we wanted to interview a little bit, know a little bit how to--how--who you are first. MapReduce is a programming paradigm invented at Google, one which has become wildly popular since it is designed to be applied to Big Data in NoSQL DBs, in data and disk parallel fashion - resulting in **dramatic** processing gains.. MapReduce works like this: 0. Very much so. Definitely. FRANCESC: The first phase of a MapReduce … In Google's MapReduce paper, they have a backup task, I think it's the same thing with speculative task in Hadoop. So they made some really cool announcements on price cuts and architecture with how BigQuery actually works yesterday, and I'm not an expert, so I can't tell--I can't diagram it out for you in any way. The actual loading term--it means so many things to so many people. We interviewed a bunch of people from Instrument, the company that helped us build those demos, and it was really amazing, to the point that if you go to our Twitter page, Twitter.com/GCPPodcast, you will see that we changed our picture, and now we actually have a picture taken with a model booth. Yeah. software world with Data Processing & OSS: The NEXT Generation. FRANCESC: ROMIN: Oh, I know those. Virtual machines running in Google’s data center. MIKE: Compute Engine--that could do it when it's not really a web server. Platform for BI, data applications, and embedded analytics. A year after Google published a white paper describing the MapReduce framework, Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella created Apache Hadoop. And so this--you know, there are still arguments happening today, six years later, about what actually happened. Definitely. So what is the cool thing of the week, then? So in a lot--in a lot of cases, again, they're time crunched. No. FRANCESC: I see. So if you're interested in the keynotes, if you're interested in the presentations--I might be in one of them. Eric Smith--that was a great talk. Awesome. Even then, you could do that with Manage VMs. So hi, Roman. And actually, the cool thing of the week for this week is gonna be related to that. Platform for discovering, publishing, and connecting services. And looking forward to the--towards that video. NIELS: The rest of the paper is organized as follows. Thank you. That is very interesting. you will be one of them. Do you want to give us, like, a really quick, 30-second synopsis of what you just presented on stage? FRANCESC: Thank you. ROMIN: MARK: You can learn more about Google Cloud Platform security here. MARK: The Big Data revolution was started by the Google's Paper on MapReduce (MR). That was--I think epic is actually the right word for it. Two-factor authentication device for user account protection. Nothing serious. I like--I like a lot of the machine learning prediction stuff. FRANCESC: JAMES: Data flow all the way. MIKE: Glad that I'm done, you know, with my obligations for the day. Every week, we go through a “Cool Thing” - it could be a great project running on Google Cloud Platform, a fantastic tip or trick on Google Cloud Platform, an Open Source project or really just about anything we think is new and innovative. FRANCES: Yeah Then you can use task queues, and then, in task queues, again, you can use as many Go routines as you want. Nothing serious. Content delivery network for delivering web and video. NEIL: So that you get, like, a nice spectrum. Sure. Managed Service for Microsoft Active Directory. NEIL: FRANCESC: Dataproc is a fast, easy-to-use, fully managed cloud service for running Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop clusters in a simpler, more cost-efficient way Unified platform for IT admins to manage user devices and apps. FRANCESC: New customers can use a $300 free credit to get started with any GCP product. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: FRANCESC: MARK: How are you, Mark? FRANCESC: Google Cloud audit, platform, and application logs management. MIKE: So they created Apache Hidoop, Apache Spark, PegHive. Bigtable, Cloud Dataflow and BigQuery enable this process. Start looking to go further down that abstraction pathway to go to Manage VMs. Should we share the number of interviews we made in only two days? FRANCESC: Let me explain to you how we have built Google's infrastructure to be secure, and then relate to you what that means, you know, as a customer for running on top of GCP. ROMIN: Upgrades to modernize your operational database infrastructure. MARK: Then, Justin Beckwith, PM, Google Cloud Platform--he does a lot of notch AS, talking about how to make his Noogler hat spin through bits by little bits. Develop and run applications anywhere, using cloud-native technologies like containers, serverless, and service mesh. Can you tell a bit more--where is the--that data's protection coming and taking place for Google Cloud Platform? NEIL: Yeah. In 2010 Hadoop was released. Thank you so much. Not because there's no service, but because you don't really care about them anymore. Sure. FRANCESC: FRANCESC: Yes. Bye. Probably until the next GCPNext. Well, you know, since I started working on cloud, I've always been enamored with BigQuery. Yeah. So--. It was absolutely fantastic, and I'll see you next week. In 2004 Google released the famous MapReduce paper, describing how you can do distributed computation using functional programming operations. Excellent. JULIA: We were just announcing the results of our new load test. One of the people that came, talked to us, was not a speaker. Private Git repository to store, manage, and track code. Jimmy Lin and Chris Dyer (April 2010)Data-Intensive Text Processing with MapReduce. Yeah, yeah. NEIL: FRANCESC: MIKE: Wonderful. Start building right away on our secure, intelligent platform. Hadoop framework makes cached files available for every map/reduce tasks running on the data nodes. MARK: Sort of a commodity. Attract and empower an ecosystem of developers and partners. and she told us how to use machine It was a very noisy environment. Integration that provides a serverless development platform on GKE. Server and virtual machine migration to Compute Engine. App migration to the cloud for low-cost refresh cycles. And then, I actually, like--I'm waiting to watch Julia Ferraioli's talk on how to train neural networks to know if something is huggable or not. NIELS: Real-time insights from unstructured medical text. Storage server for moving large volumes of data to Google Cloud. I think for me--I'm probably biased, because we were sitting right in the middle of the playground. MARK: End-to-end migration program to simplify your path to the cloud. FRANCESC: In 2003, Google released a white paper on the Google File System, and in late 2004, they released a white paper on their internal software called MapReduce. Object storage for storing and serving user-generated content. But I do need to--I see a Tetris machine over there. Encrypt data in use with Confidential VMs. So they're treating Google more like a virtual data center. FRANCESC: TODD: Once you get them there, then you start helping them re-architect, or build that new network stack. And that's just--it's not a good thing for the well-ordered functioning of our society. Important thing is that all the Go routines will be stopped when the HTTP handler finishes. And if you have something which is really similar to web server, but you need something specific that is a limit--like, for instance, you need to use, I don't know, regular expressions, and regular expressions--you want a specific version, written in C, which is something that we have. And Eric Schmidt's, you know, vision of the future for app development was interesting, so we'll see. Right? 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. You know, sometimes, they're labeled IOT. MARK: Karthika Renuka Dhanaraj, Visalakshi Palaniswami. Well, thanks again to all of those speakers that took the time to go by the Google Cloud Platform Podcast booth at GCPNext. Their talk covers how FIS & Google are working to build a next-generation stock Enterprise search for employees to quickly find company information. NEIL: Is it specifically HTPS, or do you have the same protection on, like, HTTP and--. All right. We love data flow, because we went from, you know, a year ago, the initial prototype used the [inaudible] native Hadoop distribution, which was fine. BigQuery. Yeah. You should hug that. Dashboards, custom reports, and metrics for API performance. Oh, nice. That is--that is amazing. FRANCESC: We’re just gonna roll it through. this example is in the GitHub repository Task management service for asynchronous task execution. Within Google, we just have a few file formats, a few language, and some very standardized tooling. Streaming analytics for stream and batch processing. How you doing today, Niels? Wonderful. MARK: I could say that the biggest restriction is that you can only run one thread. Cool. Fully managed environment for running containerized apps. So far, when I--what I do is I start with App Engine by default, and if I cannot really do it on App Engine, but it's really, really close--it's, like, a small thing, then I consider Manage VMs. Service for running Apache Spark and Apache Hadoop clusters. We have just made the transparency report available last year--last week. In the nineteenth episode of this podcast, your hosts FRANCESC: Yeah. Migrate quickly with solutions for SAP, VMware, Windows, Oracle, and other workloads. It's very disparate. 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. It's not like we've got a team of thousands of developers out there. Sentiment analysis and classification of unstructured text. App protection against fraudulent activity, spam, and abuse. We have five interviews with a bunch of speakers. pairs, where the key is a word from the text file and the value is 1: A reducer then sums the values for each key and writes the results to a That sounds really cool. It could be, but normally, it's moving from on-prem to the cloud, and the biggest use case is always, you know, "We have 20 data centers WE got to get to three by X date," which is usually very aggressive. TODD: I mean, originally, it was all about, you know, kind of the future of development, and you know, with all these high-level services. Simplify and accelerate secure delivery of open banking compliant APIs. we dive into the proposed system architecture and show how products like Cloud You know, triple graphic identities for our jobs. MARK: FRANCESC: And all that's great. You know, I think--I think I'm looking forward to not just sort of the ongoing security conversation with GCP, but you know, in an ideal world, you know, all I want for Christmas is you guys to sort of expose your tool chain around releasing applications in GCP. Well, if we don't say BigTable, Carter will kill us. But yeah. Messaging service for event ingestion and delivery. Our modular degree learning experience gives you the ability to study online anytime and earn credit as you complete your course assignments. So if people listen to the speaker interviews that are about to come up, and they want to see the presentations, they should be online, and all the other stuff too--keynotes from Sundai Pichai, from everyone else--. Interactive data suite for dashboarding, reporting, and analytics. MARK: So what we were really trying to do is do an image classification problem. I'm going--I'm gonna go to DevRelCon, which is a conference for Dev Rellers--Developer Relations Engineers in San Francisco. JULIA: But still MapReduce is very slow to run. FRANCESC: Naturally. The portal presents service & feature level mapping between 6 Gartner Magic Quadrant 2018 Qualified major public clouds i.e.Amazon Web Service, Microsoft … We're gonna be answering some of the questions of the week that you sent us in next episodes. So in our talk yesterday, and Frances just mentioned this, the mapreduce paper kind of set off two parallel streams, and one at Google ultimately led to cloud Data Flow, and another was the open source community took the mapreduce paper and created just a whole ecosystem around it. Services and infrastructure for building web apps and websites. FRANCES: Tools for automating and maintaining system configurations. Streaming analytics for stream and batch processing. Let's go for that. What about you, Neil? NIELS: Limited edition. 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