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Project Thoth pulls together many open source tools to automate program builds with security checks as part of the resolution process. Most cyberattacks take advantage of publicly known vulnerabilities. Many programmers can automate builds using Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) or DevOps techniques. But how can we automate the checks for security flaws that turn up …

In the United States, Tax Season descends upon the country every April, requiring millions of Americans to spend hours deciphering cryptic documents and performing complex math just to figure out what they owe. Wouldn’t it be grand if there was a way for a computer to take all the relevant documents and extract out exactly …

With the release of Django 4.0, there was a minor change to how Django handles CSRF protections: the Origin header is now checked, if present. Specifically, the URL scheme is now checked. Now, this seems like an innocuous change, something that shouldn’t affect many users. However, this change would break Django 4.0 deployments to Cloud …

Developers and ML engineers face a variety of challenges when it comes to operationalizing Spark ML workloads. One set of challenges may come in the form of infrastructure concerns, for example, how to provision infrastructure clusters in advance, how to ensure that there are enough resources to run different kinds of tasks like data preparation, …

Have you ever written a script to transform an image? Did you share the script with others or did you run it on multiple computers? How many times did you need to update the script or the setup instructions? Did you end up making it a service or an online app? If your script is …

Introduction As Google Cloud users, you may already be familiar with Google App Engine, Cloud Functions, or Cloud Run, our serverless platforms allowing technical practitioners to focus on building solutions, not what they run on. Google as a whole, has many divisions which provide developer tools beyond these platforms, so a common question which arises …

Time to spill the beans and show the gems, to our friendly snakes and elephants: we’ve got some great news for Java, Ruby, Python and PHP serverless developers today. Google App Engine and Cloud Functions are adding new modern runtimes, allowing you to update to the major version release trains of those programming languages. In …

Previously in the PyTorch on Google Cloud series, we trained, tuned and deployed a PyTorch text classification model using Training and Prediction services on Vertex AI. In this post, we will show how to automate and monitor a PyTorch based ML workflow by orchestrating the pipeline in a serverless manner using Vertex AI Pipelines. Let’s …

You can use client libraries to interact with Cloud Storage. Using client libraries provides several benefits, including abstracting away low level details when making requests (such as authentication), and providing automatic retries of transient operations. Benefits of using client libraries for retries Most Cloud Storage client libraries perform retries automatically. Retries are helpful in case …

We’re excited to announce the release of a major update to the Google Cloud Python logging library. v3.0.0 makes it even easier for Python developers to send and read logs from Google Cloud, providing real-time insights into what is happening in your application.  If you’re a Python developer working with Google Cloud, now is a …