Meet GDELT 2.0
I have written quite a bit about GDELT (the Global Database of Events, Languages and Tone) over the past year, because I think it’s…
The Global Database of Events, Languages, and Tones is a growing trove of information about meaningful events that have happened across the world in the past three decades. Now, it’s available to the public to access and analyze using Google’s cloud computing services.
On this week’s Structure Show Tom Reilly lays out a bit more detail about the company’s massive $900 million investment round and what Intel’s strategic involvement will mean.
Not all cloud infrastructure is the same, as David Mytton discovered when he started looking into Google Cloud. The service differs markedly from AWS and SoftLayer in these five key ways.
New service promises to help companies weigh which of the two giganti public clouds is most cost-efficient for a given workload.
http://googlecloudplatform.blogspot.com/2014/01/easier-faster-lower-cost-big-data-processing-with-the-google-cloud-storage-connector-for-hadoop.html Developers have been able to run Google Compute virtual machines for Hadoop jobs but it was a little bit of a…
By using simple APIs and a single IP address to serve traffic, Google Compute Engine claims it can now handle 1 million requests per second.
The fear of cloud lock-in still dogs broader cloud adoption.
Don’t like the cost of your cloud datastore? Wait a second, it’ll probably go down. Watch for rivals to jump in.
The Google Cloud Platform gets a little stronger with the coming of new networking features, such as load balancing, on the Google Compute Engine, which could help enterprises get on board.
11 months after it was announced, Google Compute Engine is now available to the masses, Google Senior VP Urs Hölzle said Wednesday afternoon.
Starting at 9am PT we’ll bring you live coverage of Google I/O 2013 right here. Don’t miss Google’s most significant public event of the year.
Our live coverage from Google I/O 2013, Google’s most significant public event of the year, can be found right here.
Here you’ll find all our coverage of Google I/O 2013, Google’s annual showcase of its technology prowess.
Getting into Google Compute Engine isn’t impossible, but it isn’t super easy either. You sign up and wait. Now Google is opening the door to new users willing to pay for support.
Business customers who want more support than Google Groups or Stack Overflow for Google Cloud workloads can now choose from four tiers of Google-branded support.
If you thought Amazon Web Services would stop churning out new features and cutting prices on older ones, you have another think coming.
If you don’t think Google is serious about providing public cloud infrastructure to business users, check out the latest spate of services unveiled on the company’s enterprise blog. Google clearly wants to take on cloud king Amazon on its own turf.