Light content day, as I spent most of today in Mountain View attending Google I/O. Four hours of keynotes later, and I’m still processing everything I heard. I delivered a keynote (which you can watch below) and will have more I/O content to read (and share) in the coming days.
[article] Platforms at your service: How a new group of startups hopes to make it easier to ship software. Good topic for this fresh newsletter, Runtime. PaaS isn’t dead; but the ideas behind it are evolving.
[article] Google Cloud Fires Up Enterprise AI Via New Deals With Deloitte, KPMG, Cognizant. I’m excited to see us partnering with the likes of Deloitte, KPMG, and Cognizant.
[blog] Going beyond standard HTTP timeouts in GCP Workflows — the theory. How are you handling long-running HTTP requests? Twisting your web platform into accepting extended connections? Or using callbacks with a workflow platform?
[blog] At Google I/O, generative AI gets to work. Update from our CEO that highlights all the great AI-related announcements at Google I/O.
[blog] Introducing Duet AI for Google Cloud – an AI-powered collaborator. My boss and I wrote a thing about the AI experience for cloud that we’re delivering. I’ve been working on this for six months or so, and it’s exciting to be able to talk about it now.
[youtube-video] What’s new in Google Cloud. Take a look at my Google I/O keynote presentation about the exciting updates we’ve made to Google Cloud.
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