Solution Architects with Miles Ward and Grace Mollison

We have the pleasure this week of having the Director of Solutions for Google Cloud Miles Ward and Cloud Solutions Architect Grace Mollison join Mark and Melanie to discuss Solution Architects, what they do and how they interact with Customers at Google Cloud Platform. Miles Ward Miles Ward is a three-time technology startup entrepreneur with a decade of experience building cloud infrastructures. Miles is Director of Solutions for Google Cloud; focused on delivering next-generation solutions to challenges in big data and analytics, application migration, infrastructure automation, and cost optimization. He worked as a core part of the Obama for America 2012 “TECH” team, crashed Twitter a few times, helped NASA stream the Curiosity Mars Rover landing, put Skype back online in a pinch, and plays a mean electric sousaphone. Grace Mollison Based in London, UK, Grace Mollison is a Cloud Solutions Architect where she helps customers to understand how to apply policies to their Google cloud platform environments as well as how to architect and deploy applications on the Google Cloud platform. In her spare time she spends time attempting to teach her international team how to speak the Queens english! Before Google Grace was a Solutions Architect at AWS where she worked with the AWS ecosystem and customers to ensure well architected solutions. Cool things of the week We have awesome new intro and outro music. Did you notice? The thing is … Cloud IoT Core is now generally available blog site JupyterLab is Ready for Users blog github Announcing Google Cloud Spanner as a Vault storage backend blog How to handle mutating JSON schemas in a streaming pipeline, with Square Enix blog FAT* livestream Interview Google Cloud Platform Solutions site Tutorials and Solutions site Machine Learning with Financial Time Series Data solution Implementing GCP Policies for Customer Use Cases solution #87 Customer Engineers with Jonathan Cham podcast Google Cloud Next Solution Architects are hiring! careers Question of the week How do I get a Docker image into Minikube without uploading it to an external registry and then downloading it all over again? Is there an easy way to do this locally? Minikube github $ docker save <image> | (eval $(minikube docker-env) && docker load) Original references github Stack Overflow Where can you find us next? Mark will be at the Game Developer’s Conference | GDC in March.

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