Deploying Containers with Ease on GCP(12 Feb 2020)
Learn how to quickly iterate on your code in containers and deploy containers at scale using Google Cloud Build, knative technology, and Anthos Config Management. This blog provides an overview of these new easy to use tools, their benefits to developers and deployment teams, and a demonstrations using a simple repository where we can run Canary testing and a Blue-Green deployments.
TensorFlow 2.0 - 2 Is Always Better Than 1(28 Apr 2019)
TensorFlow is easily the most popular deep learning framework. Developed by Google, TF is the powerhouse that drives all of Google's massively scaled services like Gmail, YouTube, Search and Maps. TensorFlow 1.x was known for having a very sharp learning curve, but no longer with TensorFlow 2.0. Google has made significant improvements in the ML platform. Read on to learn the new benefits.
GKE On-Prem and Anthos Config Management(09 Apr 2019)
Harness the power of Google Kubernetes Engine on your premises! Oversee hybrid Kubernetes deployments and autoscaling infrastructure as code.
Arctiq is your Google Cloud Premier Partner(29 Mar 2019)
Arctiq Inc. is pleased to announce achieving Premier partner status with Google Cloud, which is the highest service track partnership tier that can be achieved through the Global Partner Network Program.
Multi-Cloud Application Container Deployment Pipeline(06 Oct 2018)
Multi-Cloud application deployments continue to be a hot topic with our customers and the industry in general. Considering more and more of our customers are leveraging public cloud services the desire to be "multi-cloud" is a real possibility
Upload a Custom Image into the Google Cloud Platform(01 Oct 2018)
This blog will walk you through the process to upload a custom image to the Google Cloud Platform. Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers a huge selection of OS images that are consistently updated and are available to spin up virtual machines. However, there is sometimes the need for a custom boot image which could be utilized to create a hardened image or to run an OS that isn't available as a public image.