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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Debugging Health Checks in

Details: If the webserver does not finish responding to the health check within the configured timeout, it will be deemed unhealthy, even if it eventually sends an HTTP 200 response code with a proper TCP connection closure. This is an example of the kind of failure that health …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Personalized medicine with

Details: The system architecture for Northrop Grumman’s personalized health analytics platform. A layered approach is designed to provide an integrated research environment with greater access to storage infrastructure, improved information extraction and annotation tools, more powerful computational platforms and improved collaboration and visualization tools.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Cloud Platform provides

Details: In particular, some healthcare-related applications and services in the United States are required to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations. HIPAA establishes standards around privacy, security, and breach notification to protect individually identifiable health information.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Exploring genetic variation

Details: But what does all that information mean for medicine and health? At Tute Genomics we’re answering that question by building a comprehensive database of all known genetic variants and what they mean for disease risk, drug response, and basic research. Because the database contains 9 billion records, it’s been a challenge to work with it on a

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Genomics and Broad

Details: One of the fastest growing types of biological data is the As, Cs, Gs, and Ts of DNA sequencing -- already in the tens of petabytes and on track to reach exabytes. With today’s high-throughput sequencing technology, it’s much easier to generate genomic data than to transform it into information or knowledge that can improve human health.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Manage Google Cloud Platform

Details: When investigating an issue, you often need to check the health and properties of your resources, such as running state, zone or IP. The app supports viewing details and monitoring graphs for App Engine and Compute Engine instances.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: How to connect Stackdriver to

Details: Specify the Uptime Check by clicking on Select under “Basic Health.” This will bring up this window (also from the right side) to select the specific Uptime Check to alert on. Simply choose “URL” in the “Resource Type” field and the “IF UPTIME CHECK” section will appear automatically.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Unleashing Containers and

Details: It takes care of scaling, monitoring and the health of your containers. Google Container Engine groups together a set of Google Compute Engine VMs into a compute cluster that is managed for you. It lets you get the most out of your compute infrastructure and simplifies the development and deployment of distributed applications.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Try full-stack monitoring with

Details: By Rami Shalom, JD Velasquez and Mary Koes, Product Managers In advance of the new simplified Stackdriver pricing that will go into effect on June 30, we want to make sure everyone gets a chance to try Stackdriver.That’s why we’ve decided to offer the full power of Stackdriver, including premium monitoring, logging and application performance management (APM), to all customers—new …

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An update on container support on Google Cloud Platform

Details: To that end, we’re announcing Kubernetes, a lean yet powerful open-source container manager that deploys containers into a fleet of machines, provides health management and replication capabilities, and makes it easy for containers to connect to one another and the outside world.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Cloud Platform enhances

Details: Today’s updates to Google Cloud Platform bring lots of new enhancements complementing features we first shared at I/O.Check out the latest additions: layer 3 load balancing capability for Google Compute Engine; new features and productivity improvements for Google Cloud Datastore; improvements to the PHP runtime as part of the Google App Engine 1.8.3 release

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Bringing together the best of

Details: Health checks and auto-scaling; Startup scripts that can be used to launch applications or other configuration management software (like Puppet, Chef or SaltStack) Templates can be re-used across multiple deployments. Over time, we expect to extend Deployment Manager to cover additional Cloud Platform resources.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Kubernetes V1 Released

Details: Includes core functionality critical for deploying and managing workloads in production, including DNS, load balancing, scaling, application-level health checking, and service accounts Stateful application support with a wide variety of local and network based volumes , such as Google Compute Engine persistent disk, AWS Elastic Block Store, and NFS

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Introducing Google Cloud

Details: This augments the additional tools and services – including Google Cloud Monitoring – that monitor your service's health. We hope that these services will make disruptions a bit more bearable by surfacing the latest information and helping you quickly find workarounds.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google Container Engine is

Details: Container Engine also makes application management easier. Your cluster is equipped with common capabilities, such as logging and container health checking, to give you insight into how your application is running. And, as your application’s needs change, resizing your cluster with more CPU or memory is easy.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Cloud Services Platform

Details: Using application-level load balancing and sophisticated traffic routing for container and VM workloads, it also provides health checks, plus canary and blue/green deployments, enabling fault tolerant applications with circuit breaking and timeouts.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Building a humanitarian

Details: Affected populations plotted by size and type on a base map of Health Zones in Eastern DRC Originally developed for UNICEF’s emergency program in eastern Congo, today the system is used by over 75 organizations working in Africa and Asia, tracking relief and development activities, across more than 10,000 project sites.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Compute Engine Preemptible VMs

Details: They’re a pioneer in genomics research to benefit human health, and we’re very happy that our products are furthering this important mission. This new data suite is designed to be affordably re-run as new experimental data becomes available, and …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Startup spotlight: Descartes

Details: Descartes Labs analyzes all of the images from NASA and other satellites to gain invaluable insights about human populations and natural resources, such as the growth and health of crops, the growth of cities, the spread of forest fires and the …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Jenkins, meet Google App Engine

Details: Once you have a basic build working, you can integrate additional online services into your Jenkins workflow, like Sauce Labs for browser-based tests, Sonar for code analysis, or JFrog Artifactory as an artifact repository manager. These and several other CloudBees services can be automatically subscribed to using the Services link in your toolbar.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Distributed SQL database Crate

Details: It also helps dev-ops by eliminating the need for manual tuning, sharding, replication, and other operations required to keep a large data store in good health. Companies like ClearVoice and VoIPStudios have been using Crate to increase query performance and simplify their technology stack .

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Gain insight into the

Details: Overall Health: Use resource groups to create aggregate views of your key environments and systems. Incorporate application or business statistics using custom metrics. Create and share custom dashboards to provide your team with a unified perspective.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: New features and tutorials for

Details: When the health of the servers in the primary pool drops to some configurable threshold, the servers in the backup pool will take over until the primary pool is healthy again. This feature can also give you more flexibility and convenience especially during …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: June 2015

Details: One of the fastest growing types of biological data is the As, Cs, Gs, and Ts of DNA sequencing -- already in the tens of petabytes and on track to reach exabytes. With today’s high-throughput sequencing technology, it’s much easier to generate genomic data than to transform it into information or knowledge that can improve human health.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Introducing Preemptible VMs, a

Details: Mark Johnson, CEO and co-founder said, “The Preemptible VM pricing model is a game changer for a seed-funded startup like ours, because of the significant cost reduction. We're excited to continue using them in the future as we increase the amount of data we process to identify and determine the health of global crops."

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: DevOps automation with Consul

Details: Furthermore, it will often contain some form of health-checking so when systems are dynamically locating each other, they only reach healthy systems. Consul is a service discovery tool from HashiCorp and it is conceptually similar to other service discovery tools such as etcd or ZooKeeper .

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: August 2013

Details: Ensure that only healthy VMs are used to serve Internet requests through the use of HTTP-based health checks; Easily handle spikes in load without pre-warming; Configure the load balancer via command line interface (CLI) and a programmatic RESTful API

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Migration to a Better Datastore

Details: Google continuously monitors the overall health of App Engine's underlying services, like GFS and Bigtable, in all of our datacenters. However, unexpected problems can crop up from time to time. When that happens, having backup options available is crucial. You may remember the unplanned outage we had a few months ago.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Everything you wanted to know

Details: Many of them have incorporated Kubernetes into their own products, resulting in a vested interest in the health and sustainability of Kubernetes. For example, Red Hat made Kubernetes an integral part of OpenShift version 3 , and as of the time of this post, two of the top ten contributors are from the growing team Red Hat has working on Kubernetes.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: September 2009

Details: I work for Norex, a web development company in Halifax, Nova Scotia. As part of our sponsorship of the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Halifax (Canoe '09), we developed an application to deliver real time race results to standard and mobile web browsers.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Leverage the power of log data

Details: Analyze the log data in real-time Many scenarios will require complex querying of the logs data in real-time. Cloud Logging allows you to easily stream logs to Google BigQuery as they arrive, letting you search, aggregate and view your data using SQL-like queries. To learn how to configure BigQuery export, visit the Exports tab of the Logs Viewer, or see the detailed documentation.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: June 2014

Details: Starting on July 21, Google Cloud Platform developers and engineers are visiting 11 cities across North America, providing a technical, demo-based introduction to Google Cloud Platform. In addition to this technical introduction, the roadshow provides a great opportunity for you to meet the Googlers who build the services you know and love.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Deploy popular software

Details: Many of these packages have been specifically built and performance-tuned for Google Cloud Platform, and we’re actively working to ensure these packages are well integrated with Google Cloud Monitoring so you can review health and performance metrics, create custom dashboards and set alerts for your cloud infrastructure and software packages

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: August 2017

Details: If you run into an issue with your health check, you can choose to re-enable those log messages while you debug the issue. Logs that indicate success Logs that indicate everything is fine are another category of messages that are often safe to exclude. HTTP requests with status codes in the 200 range are one example.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: MaestroDev taps Compute Engine

Details: For example, one of our customers, the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO), recently moved from a fixed amount of hardware hosted in a datacenter to our SaaS offering on Compute Engine. They immediately realized more build capacity, reduced risk from machine failures, and 80% cost reduction.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: March 2014

Details: For example, one of our customers, the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO), recently moved from a fixed amount of hardware hosted in a datacenter to our SaaS offering on Compute Engine. They immediately realized more build capacity, reduced risk from machine failures, and 80% cost reduction.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: November 2015

Details: Containers are all the rage right now. There are scores of best practices papers and tutorials out there, and "Intro to Containers" sessions at just about every conference even tangentially related to cloud computing.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Google's cloud is secure. But

Details: Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise blog No matter how you slice it, mobile and cloud are essential for future business growth and productivity. This is driving increases in security spending as organizations wrestle with threats and regulatory compliance — according to Gartner, the computer security industry will reach $71 billion this year, which is a 7.9 percent increase over 2013.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: October 2012

Details: This post is the first of our two-part series discussing how Udacity uses Google App Engine. Today’s guest blogger is Steve Huffman, founder of Reddit and Hipmunk.Steve recently taught a web development course at Udacity, which offers free online courses in programming and other subjects. Steve shares his experience using Google App Engine to teach the course.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: Using Puppet to Automate

Details: Today's guest blog post comes from Ryan Coleman, Puppet Forge Product Owner at Puppet Labs. This is the second in a series of guest blog posts following publication of Compute Engine Management with Puppet, Chef, Salt, and Ansible At Puppet Labs, we're all about enabling people to enact change quickly, predictably and consistently.It's at the core of everything we do, and one of the …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: February 2014

Details: The instructions for setting up the Cloud History Tool are available here.We invite you to try it out and extend it to suit your needs.-Posted by Wally Yau, Solutions Architect

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: October 2013

Details: Persistent Disks in Google Compute Engine allow you to take point-in-time snapshots of your disks. Once a snapshot is taken, it’s globally available and can be restored to any zone, even if the zone where the disk was originated is hit by a meteor. On top of that, it’s easy to create and manage snapshots. These two features make snapshots very appealing as a backup solution.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: March 2017

Details: They provide timely and accurate forecasts on such things as the growth and health of crops, urban development, the spread of forest fires and the availability of safe drinking water across the globe. Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL integrates seamlessly with the open-source components that make up Descartes Labs’ environment.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: August 2014

Details: Cross-posted from the Google Enterprise blog No matter how you slice it, mobile and cloud are essential for future business growth and productivity. This is driving increases in security spending as organizations wrestle with threats and regulatory compliance — according to Gartner, the computer security industry will reach $71 billion this year, which is a 7.9 percent increase over 2013.

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: March 2015

Details: Our needs within Google are similar in many ways to other scale out Internet workloads, and we're making a version of OLDISIM available to the open source community through PerfKit Benchmarker.We shared it using the Apache V2 license. With OLDISIM, you can more easily model and simulate most applications with a fan-out/synthesis model, including Hadoop and several NoSQL …

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Google Cloud Platform Blog: March 2016

Details: FIS, a global financial technology and services firm and frequent leader of the FinTech Top 100 list, recently ran a load test of their system on Google Cloud Platform to process, validate and link U.S. stock exchange market events. FIS used Google Cloud Dataflow and Google Cloud Bigtable to process 25 billion simulated market events in 50 minutes, generating some impressive statistics in the

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