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Google Tech Talk January 29, 2013 (more info below) Presented by Anthony F. Voellm ABSTRACT Wikipedia states: "Cloud computing refers to the on-demand provision of computational resources (data, software) via a computer network, rather than from a local computer. Users or clients can submit a task, such as word processing, to the service provider, without actually possessing the software or hardware." Anthony F. Voellm, a.k.a. Tony, a member of the Cloud Security, Performance and Test Team, defines Cloud Computing as "An elastic set of programmable computing resources that can be used on a pay-per-use basis over a network that allows the user to control the computation and focus on the problem being solved and worry less about the physical hardware, software systems, and location." The world of building software is undergoing rapid changes with the shift from desktop applications to highly connected and ubiquitous applications served from the Cloud. The shift to the Cloud poses new challenges (eq: how do you run xUnit frameworks on PAAS?) and opportunities on how to test while also creating whole new ways of testing in general (eg: fuzz testing on hundreds of machines for little cost). The Google Cloud Platform allows you to build applications and websites, store and analyze data on Google's infrastructure. In this talk, Tony will provide an overview of the Google Cloud Platform, give a demo of the Google Cloud, and also discuss unique strategies for ensuring that is fully tested and functional. Tony currently leads the Google Cloud Test team and has a wide range of experience from kernel and database engines to graphics and automated image and map extraction from satellite images. Anthony is an avid inventor with 7 technology patents issued. He is focused on delivering Performance, Reliability, and Security to existing products like Google Cloud Storage and Dremel while also innovating new offerings.
Envisioning the Cloud: The Next Computing Paradigm and its Implications for Technology Policy As part of the Google D.C. Talks series, Jeffrey Rayport, principal at the Marketspace consulting group and one of the nation's leading experts on digital strategy and marketing, and Andrew Heyward, former President of CBS News, present the findings of their new study. They assess the possibilities, risks and returns of cloud computing; the next steps in moving forward; and potential implications for technology policy. Bernard Golden (CEO of HyperStratus) offers commentary and Chris Dorobek (co-anchor of The Daily Debrief on Federal News Radio 1500 AM, managing editor of FederalNewsRadio.com, and editor in chief of the DorobekInsider.com blog) will moderates the discussion. This event took place on March 20, 2009 at the Newseum in Washington, D.C.
Cloud Computing: Navigating the next frontier As part of the Google D.C. Talks series, John Horrigan of the Pew Internet Project presents a new research report, "Use of Cloud Computing Applications and Services." Panelists Daniel Burton of Salesforce.com, Mike Nelson of Georgetown University, and Ari Schwartz of the Center for Democracy and Technology, respond to the new report and share their own views on this new computing model. This event took place on September 12, 2008 at Google's offices in Washington, D.C.
Building your next app may be easy, but scaling that app is harder. This is where the Google Cloud Platform comes in. In this video, Wesley Chun introduces viewers to the core components in the platform. Once you become familiar with the features & services provided and have heard some stories of what others have already done with it, maybe you too can use it to leverage Google's scale & innovation to build that next killer app.
On March 25, 2014, Urs Hölzle, Senior Vice President for Technical Infrastructure, and the senior engineering leadership of Google Cloud Platform will be hosting a day-long developer summit and evening celebration to announce new features for Google Cloud Platform, take a deep dive on tips, tricks and technology, and share our vision for the future of cloud computing.
There are a variety of solutions when considering file storage in Google's cloud. In this video, and Wesley introduces you to the features of Google Drive and Google Cloud Storage so that you can determine which may be the right solution for your app. He also covers Google Compute Engine's Persistent Disk.
If you’re new to Google Cloud Platform you'll find a rich variety of content published by Google as well as the wider community to help you get started developing. This video introduction will cover training materials, where you can go for help, some of the annual events to keep an eye out for and how to keep up to date with the latest developments. It will also cover finding the best sample code as well as how to get access to some of the most cutting edge technologies that Google is working on. Google Developer Experts or GDEs are independent developers who make a significant contribution towards supporting the wider community of developers who build upon Google technologies.