• GCP Architecture: Web Application (Get Cooking in Cloud)
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    GCP Architecture: Web Application (Get Cooking in Cloud)

    PRIYANKA VERGADIA: Welcome to “Get Cooking in Cloud,” where we share the best recipes to apply in your cloud kitchen. I’m Priyanka Vergadia. And in this episode, we will talk about creating websites on Google Cloud. [MUSIC PLAYING] If your business revenue and customer satisfaction depends on the availability and scalability of your website, then you are at the right place. In this episode, we will present four reference architectures that let you scale small or go large depending on your needs. So let’s dive in. At a high level, there are four different recipes to build websites. Depending on where you are in your cloud journey, your business needs,…

  • Google I/O 2009 – Building Scalable Geo Applications
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    Google I/O 2009 – Building Scalable Geo Applications

    Mano Marks:>>Hi, everybody. My name is Mano Marks. I’m here to talk to you about building scalable geo web applications. With me is Keith Golden and Jeffrey Sambells and they are going to be handling different portions of it. Normally when I give these kinds of presentations I like to encourage questions during and I’m not going to do that this time. We have a lot of — a lot of area to cover and so we’re gonna save questions for the end. So, please, if you want, there’s a — you know, there’s a moderator page for questions if you’d like, if you have a question and you don’t…

  • Build your mobile app with Google Cloud Platform
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    Build your mobile app with Google Cloud Platform

    [MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, I’m Laura, from Google. Did you know that you can use the Google Cloud Platform to build your own mobile backend on Google’s infrastructure in five minutes? Let me show you how. In this tutorial, we’ll be building an app that allows a user to shop smart by getting information on products she’s looking for at the store she’s in, as well as find stores nearby. We’ll be using some custom code to wire a basic Android app front end with an App Engine Cloud backend using Google Cloud Endpoints, so the phone can determine customer location, and the app can locate nearby stores and allow the…