Due to me being kind of a big deal around here, I was sent to Google Next 18 last week. It’s a two-and-a-half-day conference in San Francisco, all about Google Cloud. I made some exciting discoveries, which I will share with you, and also went to some talks or something.
OK Google, generate a clickbait title for my Google I/O 2017 blog post
I’ve generated a title, Gareth. What would you like to add next?
OK Google, I’m a bit jet lagged – remind me what I saw at Google I/O 2017
I would love to help, Gareth, but I’m going to need a little more information. Would you like that information in chronological order, or grouped by topic?
Do you have an unreasonable fear of cronjobs? Find spinning up VMs to be a colossal waste of your towering intellect? Does the thought of checking a folder regularly for updates fill you with an apoplectic rage? If so, you should probably get some help. Maybe find another line of work.
In the meantime, here’s one way to ease your regular file processing anxieties. With just one application of Google Cloud Functions, eased gently up your Dataflow Pipeline, you can find lasting relief from troublesome cronjobs.