Google Compute Engine offers everyone the ability to create their own clusters using the same computing, storage, and networking resources that power Google’s services. This session covers techniques and tools for building and managing high performance, scalable, and resilient compute clusters in the Google Cloud. With an emphasis on code examples and demos, we’ll illustrate cluster management patterns and best practices, along with some unique capabilities Compute Engine brings to the table.
Marc Cohen is a Developer Programs Engineer focusing on helping developers get the most out of Google’s advanced cloud computing technologies. He has over 25 years of experience designing and building reliable, distributed systems in the telecommunications industry. A Seattle resident, Marc enjoys indie music and films, chess and teaching.
I am a Developer Advocate based out of the UK. I work with Startups and partners to help them to be successful with the Google Cloud Platform and to drive improvements for all users of the platform. In my spare time, I am studying for a Degree in Physics while also learning Japanese.
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