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  • The_One_WR 𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕆𝕟𝕖 𝕚𝕞𝕡𝕣𝕠𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕘 θ (@The_One_WR) reported

    @ClaroBrasil This tweet is to tell you that I lost 3 hours of computation with 4 GPUs V100 at @GCPcloud @GoogleCloud_BR @googlecloud because my Net Claro connection died. Modem is brand new, blame your poor infraestructure

  • The_One_WR 𝕋𝕙𝕖 𝕆𝕟𝕖 𝕚𝕞𝕡𝕣𝕠𝕧𝕚𝕟𝕘 θ (@The_One_WR) reported

    @ClaroBrasil @GCPcloud @GoogleCloud_BR @googlecloud Maintenance Service order 24 January 2020: 2035949572. Protocol 003204442870031 27 | January 2020 003204446657947.

  • dblomskog Daniel Blomskog (@dblomskog) reported

    @ric__harvey @PaulDJohnston @g_bonfiglio @GCPcloud I was in the office for the first time today this week, rest have been WFH so yeah it doesn't really work like that. (some offices have dinner service but they are rare)

  • Suave_Pirate Alex Dunn (@Suave_Pirate) reported

    @GCPcloud We don't have a specific case number. Hundreds of my Actions were taken down and are now slowly rolling back up. Actions Console shows no errors on any of them. Seems like a wave of false negative reports and things are coming back online now

  • AvanderZ Anko (@AvanderZ) reported

    @marekq @GCPcloud Wonder what support... so far most support request we had were quite disappointing anyways

  • sudhanshu_sinha sudhanshu_sinha (@sudhanshu_sinha) reported

    @TelcoDR @googlecloud Who says cloud is slow

  • mi_barra M̶A̶R̶C̶O̷ (@mi_barra) reported from Hermosillo, Estado de Sonora

    @KubernetesPod From acquisitions, I get the sense that @GCPcloud is about to advocate for multi-cloud, which has been sung by others as an anti-pattern/bad practice or whatever. It’ll be interesting to see if this will happen and if those critics will be proved wrong 🍿🤭

  • lseelenbinder Luke Seelenbinder (@lseelenbinder) reported

    .@GCPcloud 👏 A billing support agent is currently recommending we get support by creating a trial account to bypass your process that requires 5 days to add *paid* support to your account so we can fix an immediate technical issue. I'm…not really impressed.

  • marcosluis2186 Marcos Ortiz (@marcosluis2186) reported from Lince, Lima

    @GCPcloud @Google Happy customer here, team. 🤜🏿🤛🏿

  • taints94 Francis  (@taints94) reported

    I can't understand how Google can give such bad service for a Premium product @GCPcloud but nothing happens. Luckily, there are @awscloud or @Azure that are real products.

  • Divit69007955 Divit (@Divit69007955) reported

    @GCPcloud @GCPcloud I have done that too but didn't got any response and can't able to get my problem resolved....

  • wombling Chris Paine (@wombling) reported

    Only issue will be the change in story about data being in SAP's data centres/SAP's cloud/ SAP's security purview. But opex reduction might sell that (not as if @GCPcloud has shabby security!)

  • sethvargo Seth Vargo (@sethvargo) reported

    @gblaquiere @github @GCPcloud Best practice auth would be to use a customer runner hosted on GCP and give the underlying VM a service account with the right permissions.

  • shagility Shane Gibson (@shagility) reported from Wellington City, Wellington

    Dear @GCPcloud could we please have a graphDB as a service to remove out need to write a whole lot of code for @AgiledataIO . If it could keep a consistent sync with DataStore that would be doubly cool!

  • jcwestmoreland jcwestmoreland (@jcwestmoreland) reported

    @m4rkw4tkins @nestsupport_uk @googlecloud Appears to be down here too.

  • SeoToddler SEO Toddler (@SeoToddler) reported

    @DataChaz @SearchengineL @GCPcloud @GoogleColab Thanks for the great article. In fact I was thinking about logfile analysis with python and bigquery today. I just see major #gdpr problems when uploading unfiltered logfiles to bigquery. You may have to filter out user requests first ...

  • krmarko Kurt Marko🤔🇺🇸 (@krmarko) reported

    @QuisitiveInvest @googlecloud @awscloud @hedgeclip 🤔 Unfamiliar with this service...looks interesting.

  • hsaliak kailash sethuraman (@hsaliak) reported

    @GCPcloud @googlecloud The linked research article PDF to support the market size claim costs $995!! It would be insightful to point to public data when making such claims.

  • cloudquistador Dwayne R. Monroe (@cloudquistador) reported

    @QuinnyPig @killedbygoogle @GCPcloud Yes. Exactly this. This sort of thing is what I meant when I replied that when it comes to GCP, technology isn't the problem. Nearly everything else you might want from an enterprise cloud provider is.

  • CDA cda (@CDA) reported

    @Ammir @DougMadory @awscloud @JHUSystems @googlecloud If it's partial packet loss it's not sanctions, it's network disruption. I suspect the cause is the filter dropping packets to interfere with domain fronting.

  • taslanous Tassos Noulas (@taslanous) reported

    @googlecloud Basically, your team has helped. But the overall set up of your pricing is so confusing that 'accidents' are very easy to happen. Sad that your service is not up to the standards one would expect from Google.

  • stunder stunder (@stunder) reported

    @matthewokeefe1 I would rather pay for @digitalocean, @AWS, @GCPcloud, or @Azure at a low tier to start a project that risk building anything on Oracles awful service.

  • kulikalov Anton Kulikalov (@kulikalov) reported

    When using @awscloud, @GCPcloud or similar platforms, you can't limit the budget. What you can do is to set up budget alerts. The only way to stop money from running out on these platforms is to shut down the service that leaks the budget. Make sure you know how to do that.

  • SalviJansen Salvi Jansen ⚡️🏳️‍🌈 (@SalviJansen) reported

    I tried @GCPcloud #GoogleAutoMLTables but it keeps giving errors and they lack the necessary detail to know what is going on. It's very easy to get started but very difficult to get a result.

  • ImSoSarah Sarah Brennan (@ImSoSarah) reported

    @holgermu @lisarowan @UltimateHCM @KronosInc @AronAin @googlecloud Nah, the #talentmanagement folks are just spending an obscene amount of money not with the vendors to buy "partner" products that work. That is all lost revenue...the problem is most enterprise analysts don't pay as close attention to the stuff that matters to the users...

  • holgermu Holger Mueller (@holgermu) reported

    @lisarowan @ImSoSarah @UltimateHCM @KronosInc @AronAin MyPOV - Possible nur unlikely. Modern #HCM suites are tightly integrated on on platform, to allow ‚always on‘ pay information help make better decisions. My money is on Dimensions on @googlecloud ... Kronos has simply out executed Ultimate on product.

  • Belle88724819 Belle (@Belle88724819) reported

    @SiteGround @GCPcloud Help

  • ppadala Pradeep Padala (@ppadala) reported

    @gRamblings From enterprise world, public cloud is a bundling of many products. If you look at each layer (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS), that's even more evident. You just go to @awscloud/@Azure/@GCPcloud for your compute, storage and network instead of going to Dell, Cisco, HP, etc. and skip @VMware

  • jpetazzo Jérôme Petazzoni (@jpetazzo) reported

    @mattipaksula @laszlocph @GCPcloud Good points! I never ran into (b) and (c) because I always install Docker from upstream (downstream has always been notoriously out of date, sometimes missing critical bug fixes). We should definitely write a follow-up on this!

  • smitmartijn Martijn Smit (@smitmartijn) reported

    *Really* impressed with the @velocloud 3.4.0 release they just launched: new hardware (620, 640, 680), Hub cluster rebalancing, stateful #firewall, LAN-side NAT, latency/jitter in their #NetFlow records (yay for #NetworkInsight), @GCPcloud virtual edge support, and a BUNCH more!

  • BanafaAhmed Ahmed Banafa (@BanafaAhmed) reported

    Many changes coming to Alphabets soon under the new CEO Sundar Pichai, including shutting down many useless projects, squeezing other products like GoogleCloud . Some employees will be relocated or laid off in the coming months . #Google

  • Dawi303 Dawi Lawrence (@Dawi303) reported from Jeddah, Makkah Province


  • sarbjeetjohal Sarbjeet Johal (@sarbjeetjohal) reported from Fremont, California

    @dcallahan2 @dhinchcliffe @DrJDrooghaag @Craw @NickBrackney @the_spinmd @hyounpark @mthiele10 @glennodonnell @tcrawford @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon That’s a problem with metaphoric terms, they are so “Loosey-Goosey”!

  • MediceTiago tiago medici (@MediceTiago) reported

    @Google i need support for a bill you are charging me wrongly .... please support @googlecloud

  • rupeshmalpani Rupesh Malpani (@rupeshmalpani) reported

    My idea #ForABetterIndia is Help Technology reach the Poorest and give them an Economic Opportunity through an FMCG on the Streets called 'Pikk'. #AlphaBetsCo #GoogleCloud #GoogleVentures #BillandMelindaGatesFoundation #TenBillionDollarstoEveryHuman #InMyDreamIMadeThisHappen #Me

  • codingquark codingquark (@codingquark) reported

    @GCPcloud Thanks for the pointer! I have referred to the docs earlier. I have created the VM instance, it is just that it never actually starts with the error saying "Quota exceeded".

  • ulysses1881826 ulysses (@ulysses1881826) reported

    @googlecloud @Temenos Sorry for the late reply. I have reported this bug through "feedback" in the gcp console, and also reported it in the issue tracker in the Community Support. So far, I haven't received any reply.

  • NickBrackney Nick Brackney (@NickBrackney) reported

    @dhinchcliffe @dcallahan2 @Craw @sarbjeetjohal @the_spinmd @hyounpark @mthiele10 @glennodonnell @tcrawford @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon I think it comes down to the type of data. Maybe collect and pre-process raw data at the edge and then shove metadata to the cloud. agree with data gravity it’s difficult to keep all data portable.

  • infinitelychriz chriz (@infinitelychriz) reported

    @brianleroux @steren @ebcarty @GCPcloud I would add that they have first-class integrations to Google Services too. For example, I don't need complicated auth code to leverage Google Sheet API, it's as simple as sharing the sheet with Google Compute Engine service account, which Cloud Run uses by default.

  • AlinSLive 🔄AlinSLive 🌊 (@AlinSLive) reported

    @SiteGround @GCPcloud Of mediocre Google cloud products. You guys used to be about your clients but now it’s all about the money and the reason for this Google cloud move is so you pay less and make more off fees. Crappier service to keep prices down. No thanks. I’d rather pay extra to have bare metal

  • woodhull Nathan Woodhull (@woodhull) reported

    @davekarpf As a customer of @awscloud for well over a decade I have found their slow adoption of renewables for their data centers frustrating. @Azure and @googlecloud have lead on these issues. While AWS is still powered by coal their competitors are 100% renewable. It's appalling.

  • brianleroux xnoɹǝʃ uɐıɹq (@brianleroux) reported

    @marekq @ebcarty @GCPcloud idk, we change IAM roles and policies on a per function basis…probably weekly/monthly without any service blips. if its built into the platform its trivial: Role: 'myrole'

  • marekq marek kuczyński (@marekq) reported

    @ebcarty @brianleroux @GCPcloud I think it's difficult to make these kinds of complex changes later on as customers actively use the service. You can either introduce them by breaking changes ("here is v3 of our run time, which works different but supports IAM") or take this into account from the start.

  • channelsmart Janet Schijns (@channelsmart) reported

    @dhinchcliffe @dcallahan2 @Craw @sarbjeetjohal @NickBrackney @the_spinmd @hyounpark @mthiele10 @glennodonnell @tcrawford @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon Building on this I would also throw in that connectivity enables this cloud to exist - without ubiquitous access to support a wide range of devices, transport protocols, interfaces, and security technologies the cloud is not possible.

  • brianleroux xnoɹǝʃ uɐıɹq (@brianleroux) reported

    @ebcarty @GCPcloud But ya coldstart is better and so is concurrency. I'm not saying the #2 and #4 cloud players are insecure or slow. I'm saying they could be more secure and faster than they currently are.

  • TomElliff Tom Elliff (@TomElliff) reported

    @QuinnyPig @Enderle @GCPcloud @IBMcloud I asked them to find a single example of a company publicly announcing they were running work loads in IBM Cloud that wasn't some horrifying AIX thing that they didn't want to run on prem anymore but also didn't want to actually put the effort in to shut that workload down.

  • ulysses1881826 ulysses (@ulysses1881826) reported

    @googlecloud @Temenos Starting VM instance "instance-1" failed. Error: The zone 'projects/pacific-formula-254803/zones/asia-east2-a' does not have enough resources available to fulfill the request. Try a different zone, or try again later. The GCP is down now, please fix it!

  • JohnKingBain John Bain (@JohnKingBain) reported

    @dhinchcliffe @dcallahan2 @Craw @sarbjeetjohal @NickBrackney @the_spinmd @hyounpark @mthiele10 @glennodonnell @tcrawford @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon #1rule, never use "rule of thumb". #2 rule, everyone fights in #fightclub

  • discordianfish Johannes'fish'Ziemke (@discordianfish) reported

    @mattklein123 @GCPcloud Also doesn’t help that it feels like these projects are very “GCP-first”

  • colpclark Col (@colpclark) reported

    @sarbjeetjohal @tcrawford @mthiele10 @NickBrackney @CPetersen_CS @davidseidl @dcallahan2 @dhinchcliffe @Craw @the_spinmd @hyounpark @glennodonnell @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon @CTOAdvisor @joeweinman That’s actually quite a small number to claim “all” or “most.” I have experience in that world too, and have seen the good, the bad, and the mostly ugly. You may he describing survivorship bias; not discounting your experience at all. Just statistically inconclusive.

  • gcpweekly Weekly GCP Newsletter (@gcpweekly) reported

    In issue #177 of GCP Weekly, featured article from @ronpanto Low code programming with Node-RED comes to GCP #googlecloud

  • gcpweekly Weekly GCP Newsletter (@gcpweekly) reported

    In issue #177 of GCP Weekly, featured article from @andyhume Anatomy of a production Kubernetes cluster #googlecloud

  • mthiele10 Mark Thiele (@mthiele10) reported

    @tcrawford @NickBrackney @colpclark @CPetersen_CS @davidseidl @sarbjeetjohal @dcallahan2 @dhinchcliffe @Craw @the_spinmd @hyounpark @glennodonnell @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon @CTOAdvisor Funny that we’re still using the “Car Rental” analogy. @joeweinman first used that in his book #Cloudonomics #Cloud it never grows old

  • NickBrackney Nick Brackney (@NickBrackney) reported

    @colpclark @mthiele10 @CPetersen_CS @davidseidl @tcrawford @sarbjeetjohal @dcallahan2 @dhinchcliffe @Craw @the_spinmd @hyounpark @glennodonnell @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon @CTOAdvisor Ahhh shadow IT. You're arguing the systems were flawed, and absolutely that makes sense. I think IT needs to become the broker for all cloud resources. That or we just keep having Developers who are unfamiliar with SecOps and IT Ops causing massive issues.

  • NickBrackney Nick Brackney (@NickBrackney) reported

    @tcrawford @CPetersen_CS @davidseidl @sarbjeetjohal @dcallahan2 @dhinchcliffe @Craw @the_spinmd @hyounpark @mthiele10 @glennodonnell @furrier @BillMew @Google @Microsoft @AWS @quartz @dez_blanchfield @evankirstel @rwang0 @NeilCattermull @imoyse @nigewillson @digitalcloudgal @Kevin_Jackson @Tech_Analyst_UK @DT @IanLJones98 @DigitalColmer @NevilleGaunt @DrJDrooghaag @schmarzo @channelsmart @QuinnyPig @DaveBartoletti @awscloud @Azure @GCPcloud @alibaba_cloud @sapcp @OracleCloud @amazon @CTOAdvisor I've learned the only absolute is "it depends". That said for me the biggest reasons to go. 1. you want to consume a native cloud service. 2. You have a lot of variance in the workload. 3. you're starting from scratch/small skunkworks and need to scale quickly.

  • gcpweekly Weekly GCP Newsletter (@gcpweekly) reported

    In issue #177 of GCP Weekly, featured article from @EvgeMedvedev How to package a JavaScript library for use in BigQuery #googlecloud

  • gcpweekly Weekly GCP Newsletter (@gcpweekly) reported

    In issue #177 of GCP Weekly, featured article from @gblaquiere Rate limit your API usage with Cloud Endpoints quotas #GoogleCloud

  • Shah4All Er. Shahnawaz Alam (@Shah4All) reported

    I am working on health care management platform where I want to use Google healthcare API. For that I need a help from @googlecloud @GCPcloud @GoogleCloud_IN kindly response.

  • tomastrajan Tomas Trajan 🐻🇨🇭 (@tomastrajan) reported from Zürich, Kanton Zürich

    @weilun826 @googlecloud Exactly, another problem is that currently there is no way to use LB to proxy for functions ( the same way as for buckets ) there is some experimental API but yeah not really supported... Which is sad cuz i wanted to go serverless, just frontend and functions but went with node..

  • tomastrajan Tomas Trajan 🐻🇨🇭 (@tomastrajan) reported

    @weilun826 @googlecloud It turned out I was missing "Service provider" field value, then again more friendly error message would be appreciated😉 Anyway already got basic setup up and running, its a pity Cloud Functions do NOT really work with load balancer as API gateway, building my own node backend