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Google Cloud Next 2019 | Hybrid Cloud Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Windows Server Containers in Google Kubernetes Engine Kubernetes began life as a container orchestration system, based on Google’s Borg infrastructure. To date, these containers have always been Linux containers, running on Linux servers. As of the open-source Kubernetes 1.14 release, Windows containers, …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | DevOps & SRE Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Data Management: The New Best Practice for Incident Response The incident response problem space can be divided into three categories: people, process, and data management. Users have long had access to solid people-management solutions (on-call rotation schedulers, etc.) and Google’s SRE …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Databases Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Best Practices in Building a Cloud-Based SaaS Application When developing an SaaS application, choice of infrastructure and data governance strategy can make a huge impact on the application performance and security. Relational or non-relational? Multi-tenant or single-tenant? Join us in this panel discussion …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Compute Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Choosing the Right GCE Instance Type for Your Workload Google Compute Engine offers a wide spectrum of instance types to match your compute needs. We provide a technical overview of the available options and discuss how the new instance types fit into the …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Architecture Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Gain Agility Through GCP Colgate had over 1,100 VMs on-premises running their existing Windows environment. Seeking a major upgrade in agility and scaling, they decided it was time to migrate to the cloud. Come learn about how Colgate, who had just a small …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Application Development Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | API Monitoring for Connected Customer Experiences As most business-critical applications today are powered by APIs, any downtimes or performance degradations can significantly impact revenues and brand value. It’s extremely important to ensure that APIs are always available and performing as expected. In …

Overview MongoDB is a document-oriented database Shines with document-based design. Supporting sub-documents as values instead of the usual data types, it can be perfect for retrieving a record and a sub-detail or list of records in one query.   Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 18 For production environments use from the following : Amazon Linux, Debian …

Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 16 or Ubuntu 18 Python 3.X is installed Python Pip is installed Python Virtual Environment is installed (Optional)   Structure Overview Replace the dotlah_flask_api directory with the project name of your choice. Steps 01. Create the necessary directories and files. You can use the following shell script to create it, or …

Overview This guide/article shows how to install, configure/create and use a Python Virtual environment. Prerequisites Operating System: Ubuntu 16 or greater Python is installed. Python 3.X or 2.X. Steps Check that Python is available on the system. The Python version should be returned. For the next steps, we will be using Python 3.7 for the …

Prerequisites Operating System : Ubuntu 18   Steps Note: By default most Ubuntu 18 system have Python installed. 01. Open a terminal window 02. Check if Python is already installed. Execute the following to determine. A message will be shown if Python is available. In the following case, it is not yet installed.   03. …