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Google Cloud Next is just two weeks away, taking place October 11-13. We’re giving developers across the globe the chance to get a head start with no-cost learning opportunities. By registering now for Next ‘22, you’ll get early access to #GoogleClout challenges designed for Next attendees, including the recently announced Google Cloud Fly Cup challenge. …

Google Cloud Next ‘22 kicks off on October 11 at 9AM PDT with a 24-hour “follow the sun” global digital broadcast featuring live keynotes from five locations across the globe — New York, Sunnyvale, Tokyo, Bengaluru, and Munich. You’ll hear from the people shaping the future of computing and have the opportunity to learn from …

Editor’s note: This blog was originally published in Ukrainian on September 14. 2022. Google launches cloud technology training program to support Ukrainian businesses and IT professionals  Around the world, organizations across multiple industries are in the midst of digitally transforming their businesses. And Ukrainian businesses are no different – they are looking for new ways to survive, grow …

BigQuery is a leading data warehouse solution in the market today, and is valued by customers who need to gather insights and advanced analytics on their data. Many common BigQuery use cases involve the storage and processing of Personal Identifiable Information (PII)—data that needs to be protected within Google Cloud from unauthorized and malicious access. …

One thing I love about cloud is that it’s possible to succeed as a cloud engineer from all kinds of different starting points. It’s not necessarily easy; our industry remains biased toward hiring people who check a certain set of boxes such as having a university computer science degree. But cloud in particular is new …

Editor’s note: Ashish Vengsarkar is a director in Google Cloud’s Global Networking group, which develops, builds and operates one of the world’s largest fiber optic networks. It is not work for a fainthearted technologist – Google’s core network carries petabit-scale traffic, with each individual optical stream delivering information at a speed of 400 gigabits per …

To help central IT teams develop digital skills and get excited to learn new technology, Google Cloud created a free training competition, the Cloud Hero Cup. Designed to help teams learn new technology, the Cloud Hero Cup is a gamified learning competition between university IT teams that uses Google Cloud Skills Boost to test and …

As enterprises look to accelerate cloud adoption, it is critical to not only upskill your technical talent, but to focus on skilling your non-technical teams too. Investing in your collective workforce’s cloud proficiency helps ensure you fully embrace everyone’s potential, and make the most of your cloud investment. According to research shared in a recent …

We’ve absolutely loved being able to connect with much of our community again in-person over the past year at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Los Angeles and Valencia. We’re looking forward to hopefully seeing even more of you at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2022 in Detroit!In the interest of keeping our events accessible to as …

Editor’s note: Since joining Google in 2007, Carrie Bell has gone from working on search ads to managing multiple teams of highly skilled engineers. That may seem unusual, but she says there’s a common theme across it all: empowerment. What was your path to Google? I joined the Army Reserve out of high school, and …