NewsCloud Logging Official Blog
Find logs fast with new “tail -f” functionality in Cloud Logging - Now, you can troubleshoot your Google Cloud logs in real-time with Cloud Logging’s new “tail -f”-like functionality.
Infrastructure, Networking, Security, KubernetesCI DevOps Gitlab
Exploring Cloud Build, Source Repository plugin in Jenkins w/ Gitlab as SCM - Jenkins plugin for Cloud Build, Source Repo and Gitlab — CICD in GCP.Kubernetes Security
GKE private cluster with a bastion host - Leaving GKE cluster opened for access from internet poses a security risk. Layering security to multiple level improves security posture.IAM Security
Choosing Service or User or Impersonated Credentials For Google APIs - This article focuses on administration and security concepts that illustrate the power of and remove the myths around choosing credentials for Google API calls.Config Connector Google Kubernetes Engine Kubernetes
GKE with Istio and Config sync - Google cloud has a great product called Anthos. Its best feature is able to span the Kubernetes engine cluster to other cloud providers or….Data Studio Networking Security VPC Service Controls
Create a Data Studio dashboard to monitor VPC-SC violations on your Google Cloud Organization - Fixing VPC Service Control violations and creating a dashboard for monitoring.
App Development, Serverless, Databases, DevOpsCompute Engine R Tutorial
RStudio Server on GCP: the right way - This quick tutorial details how to install an RStudio Server on a Google Cloud Virtual Machine and how to easily enable remote access in a secure manner through SSH port forwarding.Cloud Spanner Official Blog
The Magic Of Distributed Joins in Cloud Spanner - How do you join two tables when both of them are divided into multiple splits managed by multiple different machines? In this blog entry, we'll describe distributed joins using the Distributed Cross Apply (DCA) operator.Cloud Spanner Official Blog
Behind the scenes of Cloud Spanner’s ExecuteQuery request - What happens when an application executes a query against Cloud Spanner? This post is going to shed some light on the magic that happens behind the scenes. How does Spanner take an arbitrary SQL statement, locate the data, and return the response in milliseconds? We will take some of the concepts described in SIGMOD’17 paper and explain, step by step, how the execution occurs.Cloud SQL Networking Security
Cloud SQL with private IP only: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly - To remove private IP on the database is a legacy pattern. Cloud SQL and its proxy allow to go beyond and always secured.Firebase Official Blog Security
How to code review security rules - This post will walk through how to approach reviewing and giving good feedback on Security Rules in Firebase.Cloud Build Firebase
Firebase hosting: Production and Staging environment with Cloudbuild - Firebase deployments with Cloud Build.Cloud Run Cloud SQL Docker NodeJS Terraform
Building a Fully Automated, Scalable, Cost Efficient and Performant Web Infrastructure for 2021 - Part 1: Setting Up Locally.Cloud Load Balancing Cloud Run Serverless
Create a Cloud Run service and https load balancer with Pulumi - Options to set a custom domain to Cloud Run.CI Cloud Run DevOps Terraform
CI/CD for Cloud Run with Terraform - How to automate GCP Cloud Run setup with Terraform Cloud (Parts 1& 2).Cloud IoT Cloud Pub/Sub IoT
Production-Scale IoT Best Practices: Implementation with GCP (Part 1/3) - How to securely register millions of IoT devices streaming telemetry data to your Google Cloud environment.Elixir Erlang
Watch Google Bucket with Elixir: Google Cloud Storage + PubSub + Elixir Broadway - Example of processing Pub/Sub messages in Exilir.
Big Data, Analytics, ML&AIBigQuery Machine Learning
Running Kedro Machine Learning Pipelines with Google Cloud BigQuery ML - Simplifying Kedro pipelines by deploying them in Google Cloud Notebooks, and using BigQuery for data storage and machine learning.Data Catalog SAP
How to Discover Your Sap HANA Assets in Google Data Catalog - Learn how to ingest SAP HANA metadata to Google Data Catalog and extend it with your user needs.C++ Cloud Pub/Sub Official Blog
Running large-scale C++ workloads with Cloud Pub/Sub and GKE - Learn how to use Pub/Sub and GKE effectively to run large-scale C++ applications on Google Cloud.BigQuery Billing
Reducing BigQuery production cost by 70% with Flex Slots - Reducing BigQuery costs.BigQuery Cloud SQL
Send Cloud SQL Data to BigQuery - Automated data pipeline to move Cloud SQL data to BigQuery.BigQuery Data Analytics Data Studio
Analyze Jira Issues using BigQuery and Data Studio - Analyzing Jira issues in BigQuery.BigQuery Data Analytics Machine Learning
Agile Machine Learning with dbt and BigQuery ML - Combine the orchestration power of dbt with the ML power of BigQuery.AI Platform Machine Learning TPU
Running PyTorch with TPUs on GCP AI Platform Training - Using TPUs in PyTorch on AI Platform.Docker Jupyter Notebook Machine Learning TensorFlow
AI Platform Notebooks with multiple “Docker” kernels - This post will show you how to create different Jupyter kernels where each kernel will be using a different Deep Learning Container.Cloud Dataprep Cloud Functions Python
Google Cloud Functions for Cloud Dataprep - Examples of Google Cloud Functions for Cloud Dataprep.Cloud Pub/Sub GCP Experience
How we compress Pub/Sub messages and more, saving a load of money - Migrating logs from one Elasticsearch cluster to another via Pub Sub and doing price optimisations.
How I fail the GCP Professional Cloud Architect certification exam - Self reflection after not passing GCP certification exam.Infrastructure Serverless
GCP Sketchnotes on GitHub - Every product in the Google Cloud family described in the visual sketchnote format to grasp the capability of the tools quickly and easily.
Anthos Config Management - 1.6.0. Config Sync unintentionally started using the absolute path in the file system with spec.git.policyDir.
Cloud Composer - In an upcoming Cloud Composer version release, DAG Serialization will be enabled by default when creating new Cloud Composer environments.
Config Connector - Config Connector version 1.34.0 is now available. Added support for IAM Member References. Added support for the GameServicesRealm resource. Added IAM support for ComputeDisk. Added cacheMode, clientTtl, defaultTtl, maxTtl, negativeCaching, negativeCachingPolicy, serveWhileStale, and customResponseHeaders fields to ComputeBackendBucket. Added customTimeBefore, daysSinceCustomTime, daysSinceNoncurrentTime, and noncurrentTimeBefore fields to StorageBucket. Allow for IAMPolicy, IAMPolicyMember, and IAMAuditConfig to reference resources in other namespaces. Added support for UpdateFailed, DeleteFailed, DependencyNotFound, and DependencyNotReady events to IAMPolicy, IAMPoicyMember, IAMAuditConfig. Allow for Project and Folder resources to be migrated across folders and organizations by updating the folder-id/organization-id annotation.
Dataproc - Added support for new persistent disk type, pd-balanced. New sub-minor versions of Dataproc images: 1.3.80-debian10, 1.3.80-ubuntu18, 1.4.51-debian10, 1.4.51-ubuntu18, 1.5.26-centos8, 1.5.26-debian10, 1.5.26-ubuntu18, 2.0.0-RC22-debian10, and 2.0.0-RC22-ubuntu18. Image 2.0 preview: Upgraded Delta Hive connector to version 0.2.0. Image 2.0 preview: HIVE-21646: Tez: Prevent TezTasks from escaping thread logging context.
Cloud Data Loss Prevention - Hybrid Jobs are now available for inspecting external data sources.
VPC Service Controls - General availability for the following integration: Compute Engine.
Traffic Director - Traffic Director now supports TCP-based services in Preview.