Google in the Cloud

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Over the last decade, Google has built infrastructure that can serve 4 billion hours of video every month, support 425 million Gmail users and store and manage over 100 petabytes of web index. Now, businesses can take advantage of the same scale and efficiency enjoyed by Google applications via the Google cloud platform. This session will cover Google’s vision of the platform and provide an inside look into Google Compute Engine. Google Compute Engine is infrastructure-as-a-service that lets you run large scale computing workloads using Linux Virtual Machines on Google’s infrastructure.

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Brad Abrams

Google

Brad Abrams is a Lead Product Manager on the Google Cloud Platform team where he is currently responsible for the developer, admin and mobile experiences. Software development is one of the last areas of modern life not deeply enhanced by the cloud – Brad’s mission is to bring the power, scale and availability of the modern cloud to art of software development.
Brad has been at Google since 2011 and has lead platform efforts in Chrome, Google+ and now on the Cloud Platform team. Prior to Google, Brad lead many developer efforts at Microsoft on products including the .NET Framework, ASP.NET, Silverlight and Visual Studio. Brad published several books include the bestselling Framework Design Guidelines. Brad has spoken at developer conferences around the world including nearly every major Microsoft developer even during his tenure and every Google IO since he joined.

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