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Google Container Engine Hits General Availability

Google Container Engine Hits General Availability

Google announced on Wednesday that Container Engine is now generally available and “production ready”. It’s no longer in beta, and is now backed by the company’s 99.95% uptime service level agreement. Google unveiled Container Engine at its Cloud Platform Live event back in November. It lets you run Docker containers in compute clusters, powered by open soure container manager Kubernetes, …

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Google Cloud Storage Gets Offline Media Import / Export

Google Cloud Storage Gets Offline Media Import / Export

Google announced the launch of Offline Media Import/Export for Google Cloud Storage, enabling users to load data into any class (Standard, DRA, Nearline) by sending physical media like hard disk drives, tapes, and USB drives to third-party service providers who upload data for you. The company says this will be helpful to you if you’re stuck with a slow, unreliable, …

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Google Makes Cloud Dataflow, Cloud Pub/Sub Generally Available

Google Makes Cloud Dataflow, Cloud Pub/Sub Generally Available

Google announced that it has removed the beta label from Cloud Dataflow, its managed cloud service and programming model for batch and streaming big data processing, and is making it generally available. “Cloud Dataflow is specifically designed to remove the complexity of developing separate systems for batch and streaming data sources by providing a unified programming model,” Google says in …

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Google Makes Cloud Deployment Manager Generally Available

Google Makes Cloud Deployment Manager Generally Available

Back in May, Google released Cloud Deployment Manager in beta. It’s now generally available and ready for anybody to use for production. The tool lets you create, deploy, and manage Cloud Platform resources. You can create dynamic templates that describe your desired configuration and use it to create Cloud resources as a single deployment. In a blog post, Google lists …

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