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more from this guy!!he explain things well
This was a really good explanation of how to consider the different storage options on google cloud.
Very well explained, wish he also touched a little on pricing model of each in that how you are charged for each service.
i like it
Very nicely explained, thanks!
Like the content but not the presentation , it's more like reading out not explaining what he understood .. just MHO.
Google Datastore documentation is a mess or non-existing. Its almost impossible to find coders out there who know about Google Datastore. As a small startup we have sped two months trying to find someone who coud make a simple client database, with a PHP page on an App Engine interacting with a Datastore DB. There is no info, no examples, not turtotials, only a bunch of files on github having alien code insid. You dont knw where to start and where to end – only info is what is in the middle. So far Datastore is a Goolgle flop, I tink no one is using it, no one can develop with it, newer versions are not backward compatible – in short stay clear og Google Cloud, its not even in beta but rather an experimental thing.
if I don't know much about the OS i'll install in the VM, would it matter what I use? I'm worried about the security that someone might make something collapse and how to get it back up
Cold Storage pricing like Amazon Glacier or Google Nearline somehow is only more cost effective in end-user archiving scenarios when having a byte-sequence of unstructured data smaller than around 600 GB. Somehow even the Google pricing calculator can't beat CrashPlan's yearly pricing. So I think neither Google nor Amazons AWS has a good alternative for what CrashPlan is to end-user archiving needs.
for nearline (why can't we directly save to coldline?) datastreams of roughly half a million object in a sequence of roughly 1700 Gigabytes other solutions seem to be more effective if you only want to archive.
OMG this video pure PORN! 10/10 would watch and nerd out again!!!!!
Great and clear video.I don't know if Google cares about capturing the small startups market at all, but if they do they should really make this kind of content more discoverable through the platform itself.I was close to giving up on GCP and focusing my research efforts on other storage as a service providers because of the amount of proprietary terms and concepts the whole Google Ploud platform has. Now that I finally UNDERSTAND (at least a small part of) what it's all about I'm gonna give it a second look.
Let me if given blow scenario is possible:1.I have a asterisk based server and i want to save all call recordings in google nearline storage server. 2. That should be automatically like if any call warp up it must be automatically save in google nearline server.
Awesome tutorial, great explaining 🙂
what is cloud spanner?
SECURITY CONCERNS. I would like this spokesman to give a presentation focused on security for data, apps, etc.
Very well explained and didn't hesitate to get into the basics. Nice tutorial.
Thanks for this video. I loved it and it was very informative.
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This is vedio should be archived now. Please update with latest updated changes ( Google Cloud storage – Multi-Regional, Regional, Clod line & Nearline)
Very well explained! I like how the example where ops->throughput->daily/yearly consumption, as I am struggling with making sense of GCP price calculator.
Updated version to include Cloud Spanner should be made available
Wow, this was way over my head! I won't be using Google storage.
Well Explained thanks
The service type and price policy change a lot now. Please update the video.
This is what you call the "idiot's guide to cloud" thumps up man.
Is Cloud Datastore for structured data (2:31)?
Great video and presenter!
Very well explained; good job.
Your explanations are neat and clean like your shaved head .
That was excellent.
You should be a teacher sir. I need to give a session on storage to my team. I am gonna imitate you.
some body help me how to multiple files upload google cloud in nodejs multer
This is a very good video. The pace that technical materials are presented is fast which makes for a great product review to see which products are good for which types of services.
Google should remove or update the video as it is somewhat outdated now.
very useful thanks for all explanation
Great exaplanations but an update is needed! The video is missing the new available options: Firestore, Memorystore, Spanner and Filestore!
This is outdated….. Please post a new updated one..
good explaination and 5 stars for google cloud
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