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Like retailers everywhere, those in the Asian market have been severely impacted by COVID-19. Lockdowns and restrictions during the pandemic have resulted in store closures and lost sales, and even as most economies have started to rebound, recovery is expected to be slow for retailers—especially those who are at an early stage of digital transformation. …

Build your Java muscle while having some fun with ArnoldC, an open source programming language. Have you ever wished programming were more like an action movie? If you answered yes, then I have the language for you. While wandering the internet to find the most obscure and fun open source languages, I came across ArnoldC. …

Recent sudo releases added new features that allow you to watch and control previously hidden problem areas. When you want to grant administrative access to some of your users while controlling and checking what they do on your systems, you use sudo. However, even with sudo, there are quite a few unseen issues—just think about giving out …

We are introducing Cloud Functions (2nd gen) into public preview, Google Cloud’s next-generation Functions-as-a-Service product. This next generation version of Cloud Functions comes with an advanced feature set giving you more powerful infrastructure, advanced control over performance and scalability, more control around the functions runtime and triggers from over 90 event sources. Further, the infrastructure …

Alongside the rise in popularity of cloud computing, there has also been an ongoing movement towards lighter and more flexible workloads. Yet, there is still a significant share of legacy applications in enterprises both large and small running in expensive and harder-to-maintain virtual machine (VM) environments. These workloads are often crucial to the enterprises’ wellbeing, …

Important changes to Kubectl authentication are coming in GKE v1.25 While Google created Kubernetes, the platform has become the de-facto standard for container orchestration thanks to a large open-source community. To ensure the separation between the open source version of Kubernetes and those versions that are customized by services providers like Google, the open source …

Today’s consumers expect amazing feats of speed and service delivered through easy-to-use apps and personalized interactions. Modern conveniences, like buy-online and pick-up in store, instant digital payments, and real-time ride sharing requests, have taught consumers that their experience is paramount—no matter how big the company, how complex the problem, or how regulated the industry. At …

Every tech company and growing startup faces pressure to make efficient use of technical talent. Increasingly, this means determining if and how the cloud can help this talent focus on things like product development instead of IT overhead. These challenges are the starting place for our new whitepaper “The future of infrastructure will be containerized,” …

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 …

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 …