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Reliably executing tasks on a schedule is critical for everything from data engineering, to infrastructure management, and application maintenance. Today, we are thrilled to announce that Google Cloud Scheduler, our enterprise-grade scheduling service, is now available in more GCP regions and multiple regions can now be used from a single project removing the prior limit …

With all the crises that have buffeted the healthcare and life sciences industries the past two years, one that often gets overlooked is the unceasing wave of cyberattacks aimed at medical, research, educational, and public health organizations. These attacks have shut down critical systems, attempted to steal vaccines and other research, and even halted paychecks …

As we discussed in “Achieving Autonomic Security Operations: Reducing toil”, your Security Operations Center (SOC) can learn lessons from Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) This means that applying software engineering practices to security operations challenges can radically improve an organization’s security. In this post, we discuss how you can leverage another core principle of SRE – …

Vertex AI includes over a dozen powerful MLOps tools in one unified interface, so you can build, deploy, and scale ML models faster. We’re constantly updating these tools, and we recently enhanced Vertex AI Training with an improved Local Mode to speed up your debugging process and Auto-Container Packaging to simplify cloud job submissions. In …

We launched GKE Autopilot last year and since then, we’ve been hard at work adding additional functionality to deliver a fully featured, fully managed Kubernetes platform. Today, we’re excited to introduce Anthos Service Mesh availability on GKE Autopilot Clusters. (Not familiar with GKE Autopilot or Anthos Service Mesh yet? Check out the Autopilot breakout session …

Are you storing your data in BigQuery and interested in using that data to train and deploy models? Or maybe you’re already building ML workflows in Vertex AI, but looking to do more complex analysis of your model’s predictions? In this post, we’ll show you five integrations between Vertex AI and BigQuery, so you can …

Sometimes, you need to run a piece of code for hours, days, or even weeks. Cloud Functions and Cloud Run are my default choices to run code. However, they both have limitations on how long a function or container can run. This rules out the idea of executing long-running code in a serverless way. Thanks …

If you’re here you’re probably wondering: what on Earth is the connection between muffins and machine learning, and what is National Muffin Day? To understand this, let’s start with National Muffin Day: an annual holiday co-founded by Jacob and his friend Julia Levy in 2015 to bake muffins and raise money for homelessness. National Muffin …

If there’s one thing we learned talking to Kubernetes users, it’s that  optimizing for reliability, performance, and cost efficiency is hard — especially at scale. That is why, not long ago, we released GKE cost optimization insights in preview, a tab within the Google Cloud Console that helps you discover optimization opportunities at scale, across …

Peanut Butter and Jelly. Infinity Gems and the Infinity Gauntlet. Server Virtualization and Shared Storage. Holidays and Cookies (ok, maybe that’s just a personal preference). We all love to find a combination of products, foods or technologies that effortlessly fit together to make our lives better. And when it comes to technology, there’s nothing better …