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Viewing logs for a cluster of instances on Google Stackdriver Logging

StackDriver Logging is a great feature of Google Compute Engine (GCE). You pretty much need a centralized logging solution if you are taking maximum advantage of the features offered by GCE. 368 more words

Installing Neo4j on Google Cloud

Setting up the environment for the Neo4j 

1.  Install Java on your instance:

sudo apt-get install python-software-properties
Add repository to you list
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java… 157 more words

Google Compute Engine goes a little crazy with up to 96 CPU cores and 624 GB of memory

If you’ve got a resource-hungry app, Google Compute Engine’s latest offering has you covered. It lets you dial up to 96 CPUs and an other-worldly 624 GB of memory. 273 more words

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Google Compute Engine goes a little crazy with up to 96 CPU cores and 624 GB of memory

If you’ve got a resource-hungry app, Google Compute Engine’s latest offering has you covered. It lets you dial up to 96 CPUs and an other-worldly 624 GB of memory. 254 more words

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Google Cloud adds support for more powerful Nvidia GPUs

Google Cloud Platform announced support for some powerful Nvidia GPUs on Google Compute Engine today.

For starters, the company is making Nvidia K80 GPUs generally available. 250 more words

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Managing persistent disks on Google Compute Engine

It can confusing when you have multiple persistent disks on an instance running on Google Compute Engine. For example, a server may have separate disks for the filesystem root, MySQL data, logs, and /tmp. 205 more words

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Google Compute Engine (GCE) firewall and iptables at VM host

After I click “Allow HTTP” and “Allow HTTPS” in the settings of Centos 7 vm, I can get http or https pages of my site. What? 335 more words

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