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Maintain Control Over Hybrid Workloads With Devops Best Practices from Google Cloud (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] MARCO CAVALLI: Good afternoon, and welcome, everyone. As you know, hybrid and multicloud are big themes this year at Next. Today, we want to put ourselves in the shoes of a cloud administrator to understand the challenges of managing large cloud workloads in a context where hybrid and multicloud are the norm. We […]

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Container Native Load Balancing on GKE (Cloud Next ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] MINHAN XIA: Good afternoon, everybody. Welcome to our breakout session. My name is Minhan. I’m a software engineer on the Kubernetes Engine Networking team. So we’re here to talk about container native load balancing on Kubernetes engine. We have three items on the agenda. First, how Google Cloud treats containers as first-class loader […]

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Best Practices for Using Microsoft Active Directory (AD) and Apps on Google Cloud (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SIDDHARTH BHAI: Good morning. Welcome, everyone. Welcome. My name is Siddharth Bhai. I’m a product manager with Google Cloud Security, very excited to be here today. Happy to see a few familiar faces in the audience, especially excited to be talking about Active Directory on Google Cloud. I’ve been a product manager in […]

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GitLab’s Journey From Azure to GCP and How We Made it Happen (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] TAD EINSTEIN: So today is going to be a very interesting session. So GitLab, as you may or may not be aware, migrated from Azure into GCP. And the goal of this session was a complete, honest session of why they did it, thoughts behind it, the pros, the cons, and really help […]

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Healthcare in the Cloud: Avoid Risk and Address Security and Compliance with GCP (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ROHIIT TALREJA: My name is Rohiit Talreja. I’m a product manager on the Google Cloud Health Care and Life Sciences team. I focus specifically on data governance, so I hope it makes sense why I’m giving the Security and Compliance session here today. Thanks for joining. I know it’s a little bit late […]

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Cloud Networking for the Hybrid Enterprise (Cloud Next ’19)

ZACH SEILS: Welcome, everyone. Good afternoon. Thanks for joining our session today. This session is cloud networking for the hybrid enterprise. My name is Zach Seils. I’m here with my colleague Matt Nowina. Matt and I are both networking specialists in the customer engineering organization within Google Cloud. So we work on a daily basis […]

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BigQuery – Perfect Companion for Data Lake in GCP (Cloud Next ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] KARTHI THYAGARAJAN: I’m a solutions architect with Google Cloud. And to start off with, I’m going to talk about what a data lake is, how you would structure your data lake on GCP with a lot of help from BigQuery, and then after that, Dhaval Durve over there, who is a strategic cloud […]

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The Advantage of Managed: Migrating from Self-Hosted in AWS to GCP (Cloud Next ’18)

[MUSIC PLAYING] RYAN LIPPERT: Thanks a lot, everyone, for joining us today. So I’m going to be joined by Venky Iyer here. My name is Ryan Lippert. And what we’ll be talking about today is just the advantage of managed. And when we talk about that, we’re really talking about Hadoop and migrating that from […]

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Where Should I Run My Code? Choosing From 5+ Compute Options (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] BRIAN DORSEY: We’re going to talk about how to make sense of all of our compute pieces, where to run your stuff, give hopefully a good lay of the land of where things are at. I was talking with folks ahead of time– a bunch of data science related folks in the room. […]

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Best Practices in Developing G Suite Business Apps (Cloud Next ’19)

[MUSIC PLAYING] SATHEESH NANNIYUR: In this session, we are going to talk about developing applications on G Suite, and some of dos and don’ts of developing applications and how to set up organizations in this particular session. So my name is Satheesh. I am your host for the session today. Along with me, my co-presenters […]

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