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What is BigQuery?

In our world of ‘Big Data’ it can be time consuming and expensive to query massive datasets without the right infrastructure. Google BigQuery solves this problem by enabling super-fast, SQL-like queries against append-only tables, using the processing power of Google’s infrastructure. 304 more words

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Google competitors beware: Google’s enterprise cloud commitment will elevate its brand and revenue across high growth markets

By Jillian Mirandi, Senior Analyst

Google Cloud Platform investments and a maturing strategy that leverages ISVs as an enterprise channel will push Google onto a level playing field with AWS… 1,014 more words

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Google Drive for Photo Maniacs

Google Drive – the service that broadens by days and even hours! But no wonder, this is Google we are talking about! Its native cloud storage platform is supported on any computer using Windows, Linux or iOS. 524 more words

Google Cloud Platform in the Enterprise ?

Google Cloud Platform in the enterprise, can it compete with AWS and Azure? – Original Article

Nice Read article.

Interesting perspective – dealing with customers and enterprise is a different game all together!! 231 more words

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Music recommendations with 300M data points and one SQL query

While toying with the public BigQuery datasets, impatiently waiting for Google Cloud Dataflow to be released, I’ve noticed the Wikipedia Revision History one, which contains a list of 314M Wikipedia edits, up to 2010. 936 more words

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Google I/O 2014 Recap: Android, Knowledge Graph and more

Back in April, I was lucky enough to get a partner invite for Google I/O. Coupled with a stay at the Startup House, a co-working / housing space (ideal when you’re jet-lagged at 4AM and want a proper desk to code a few meters away from your bed) located only one black away from Moscone, I’m very glad I’ve made the trip to my first I/O! 1,389 more words

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Google I/O 2014 Keynote

Google I/O 2014 Keynote

Sundar Pichai

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