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Using Google Compute Engine


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Deck for San Diego GTUG Oct 2013 on using Google Compute Engine or GCE. Using Google Vir

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  • Getting started documentation --
  • From the GCE documentation --
    “Can you explain more about the value of Google Compute Engine?
    We measure the compute power in GCEUs. Based on our benchmarks, one GCEU is at least as powerful as the CPU capacity of a 1.0-1.2 GHz 2007 Opteron. The hourly rate for each GCEU is $.053. Our analysis of on-demand pricing for similarly configured instance types shows that customers get 50% more compute power (GCEUs) for their money than when running on other leading cloud providers. Note that compute power transfers to applications differently, which can affect the level of performance gains.”
  • Useful for exploring the APIs for Google Cloud services
  • Download location for tools
    SDK for Eclipse -
    Plug-in for Eclipse -
    Tutorial -
  • Lynn
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    • 1. Using Google’s Cloud – for Developers Using Google Compute Engine (GCE) Lynn Langit
    • 2. About Lynn Langit
    • 3. What is the GCE Service? Who is the Competition?
    • 4. What is the Google Compute Engine, really?
    • 5. Why should you use Google Compute Engine?
    • 6. GCE Architecture
    • 7. Using Google’s Cloud Services
    • 8. Getting started with GCE
    • 9. How do you work with Google Compute Engine?
    • 10. Working with the Web console for GCE – navigating & projects DEMO
    • 11. Working with the API Web Console(s) Bookmark the console URIs! GCE GCE GAE GAE
    • 12. Working with the Web Console for GCE – Creating an instance DEMO
    • 13. Console – GCE Instance Settings
    • 14. GCE Project-Scoped Resources
    • 15. Understanding Billing considering costs of Compute, Storage & Network Use DEMO
    • 16. About Billing  Information about free usage tier quotas   Scalable storage via many choices Understanding Sandbox vs. Production  Monitoring Usage   Via Service Dashboards Via APIs (programmable alerts / alarms)  How Scaling Works  Default is auto-scale
    • 17. Google Cloud Starter Pack
    • 18. Why should you use the Google Compute Engine?
    • 19. Setting up 5 instances – speed test DEMO
    • 20. Setting up gcutil Set up for language (per OS) and environment Python runtime gcutil download obtain SSH key Python for your OS Python for your OS Download Download Configure Configure gcutil OAuth Handshake gcutil OAuth Handshake SSH key / passphrase SSH key / passphrase verify metadata verify metadata Tip: it can take up to 30 minutes to associate a new key with the first VM instance in your project
    • 21. Connecting to GCE with gcutil DEMO
    • 22. Details, details – connecting with gcutil
    • 23. How does Authentication work in GCE?
    • 24. How does disk storage work in GCE?
    • 25. Hardware, OS and Networking Details- GCE
    • 26. Virtualization Details - GCE
    • 27. Getting started with GCE programming  Choose language, editor and environment Java or Python Eclipse or Sublime SDKs and IDE plug-ins Dev Tools Dev Tools Java SDK Java SDK Developer IDE Developer IDE Eclipse (version) Eclipse (version) GAE tools GAE tools GAE SDK GAE SDK Eclipse plug-in Eclipse plug-in Note: APIs differ by language – Python is the most fully implemented.
    • 28. API Console /OAuth 2.0 Playground
    • 29. Some of the GCE OAuth Playground APIs
    • 30. More APIs…
    • 31. Still more APIs…
    • 32. GCE API Programming in Java 32
    • 33. Download and Configure Eclipse for GCE using GAE  Download Eclipse  Get GAE SDK (access to APIs)  Get GAE plug-in for Eclipse
    • 34. Adding the SDK tools via Eclipse
    • 35. Using the Java GCE API DEMO
    • 36. Taking Google Compute Engine further…  Data Storage Options  Disks  Scratch (Ephemeral)  Persistent  Google Cloud Storage  Google Drive  GAE integration  All consoles are hosted in GAE  Caching, routing  Other Google APIs  Prediction, Translation…  Scaling  Google whitepaper w/reference architecture – here  Whitepaper and code sample (w/scripts) for  ‘HA w/LAMP on GCE’ - here
    • 37. Using Google’s Developer Resources DEMO
    • 38. Understanding Google’s Developer Resources  Each product has API documentation and samples  RSS Google Developer Blog for product updates  Google IO and other community events    GTUGs YouTube Channel Google Developer Advocate Hangouts  Google’s Developer Expert Program
    • 39. • recipes) • • • Free Courseware (Java, Small Basic or C# [on Pluralsight]) Do a Recipe  Teach a Kid (Ages 10 ++) VOTE at, CONFIRM via email and SHARE (tweet)
    • 40. Keep Learning  Twitter: @LynnLangit  YouTube:  Hire me    To help build your BI/Big Data solution To teach your team next gen BI To learn more about using NoSQL solutions