The final day of the Google NEXT ’17 Conference was on Friday, March 10th and it didn’t disappoint.  Below you will find the summary of my sessions.

Day 3 Keynote

  • March 10, 9:00 AM–11:00 AM 

The final keynote was dedicated to developers. The keynote focused on Google’s commitment to open source with talks from Jeff Dean, Senior Google Fellow and leader of the Google Brain team, along with Rajat Monga to expand on the progress Google is making with TensorFlow and Google Brain. Attendees also heard from prominent members of the open source community on the state of the community and how open source is helping define the future of the Internet. We also heard from start-ups and the venture capital community on how they’re leveraging the Cloud to build the next wave of innovative products and services.

G Suite product roadmap – 2017 and beyond

  • March 10, 12:00 AM-2:00 PM
In this session, Google shared a presentation of their G Suite product roadmap. We learned what’s on the horizon for G Suite and what OPA can soon do with G Suite tools and services.

The ins and outs of networking in Google Container Engine and Kubernetes

  • March 10, 2:30 PM-3:40 PM
    • Smoothly handling Google Container Engine (GKE) networking can take some practice. In this session, we discussed migrating applications to GKE, networking in GKE, use of overlays, segmenting traffic between pods and services and the variety of options available.  YES, very technical, but I promise it was an important session for your tech team and the future of networking at OPA.

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