Topic: google cloud next

Go programming language gets new library and tools for open cloud development

Google announced a new open-source project based on the Go programming language to help developers build portable cloud apps. The company introduced Go Cloud at its Google Cloud Next conference happening in San Francisco this week. “Over the years, we’ve found that developers love Go for cloud development because of its efficiency, productivity, built-in concurrency, … continue reading

Google’s serverless platform Cloud Functions is now available

Google is giving development teams the ability to build apps without worrying about managing servers with new serverless features announced at its Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco this week. The company announced the general availability of Cloud Functions, new App Engine runtimes and the integration of Cloud Firestore with GCP services. “Every business … continue reading

Google enters the next step in AI and cloud democratization at Google Cloud Next

Google revealed new ways it is tackling AI democratization and the cloud at its Google Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco this week. “What we are trying to do with Cloud AI is to make it possible for everyone in the world to use AI and to build great models for their purposes,” Rajen … continue reading

Sumo Logic announces new integrations for real-time machine data analytics

Sumo Logic is unveiling the release of 11 Google Cloud Platform applications and new integrations with the open-source machine learning library TensorFlow ahead of the Google Cloud Next 2018 conference in San Francisco tomorrow. The integrations are designed to provide business, operational and security insights with today’s modern apps and infrastructure. “As today’s modern businesses … continue reading

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