Tag: Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Google Cloud Platform can help you work with complex data

Find out how Google Cloud Platform can help your enterprise get insight and value out of complex data on a massive scale.

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How to run OpenTSDB with Google Bigtable

Christos Soulios, Big Data Architect at Pythian, explains how to store and process time series data in the cloud using OpenTSDB with Google Bigtable backend.

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Google Cloud Dataproc in ETL pipeline – part 1 (logging)

Pythian’s Big Data Principal Consultant at Pythian, Vladimir Stoyak talks about Google Cloud Dataproc, and provides an in depth look at logging in this technical blog post.

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Benchmarking Google Cloud SQL instances

Google Cloud SQL is a fully managed database service that makes it easy to set-up, maintain, manage, and administer your relational MySQL databases in the cloud. Cloud SQL allows you to focus on your applications rather than administering your databases….

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Thoughts on Google Cloud Dataflow

Google Cloud Dataflow is a data processing tool developed by Google that runs in the cloud. Dataflow is an easy to use, flexible tool that delivers completely automated scaling. It is deeply tied to the Google cloud infrastructure, making it…

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Lessons Learned with Kubernetes

Trend Towards Kubernetes Three trends in computing have come together to make container orchestration the next obvious evolution of internet service delivery.  The first is the trend to pack an increasing number of segregated services into larger and larger servers…

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Virtual CPUs with Google compute engine

After looking at how virtual CPUs are handled in Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, we explore CPU definitions and CPU performance under the Google Compute Engine platform.

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