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See how Google used the cloud platform to build TechStop Info, the platform underlying how Google does IT help and support. Real time updating and editing with information shared across the company, combined with syncing to corporate master data.
YouTube is one of the top destinations for gamers. Many console developers already incorporate video recording and uploading directly into their titles, but uploading to YouTube from a mobile game presents a unique set of challenges. Come and learn how the YouTube API combined with cloud computing can help enable video uploads in your mobile game.
by Fred Sauer
Many games developers are finding the easy development and deployment experience of Google App Engine ideal for building cloud based state-storage, matching making services and collaborations services. When you have a hit game, the last thing you want to do is worry about your server provisioning. App Engine has an always-free tier to get you started and then scales seamlessly to any size of usage. Game developers also use Google Cloud Storage to easily store and quickly deliver media files to clients around the world.
Google now offers a powerful and versatile cloud hosting solution for geospatial data and analysis. Learn how your business can exploit this potential to reduce costs, increase productivity, and deliver services to your employees and developers using familiar tools like Google Earth and the Google Maps API.
How do you scale your IT operations to keep up with growth in your business, workers and systems? This session will explore how Google's IT organization, Corporate Engineering, has kept up with the growth of Google. Using practical examples from Google's use of Ganeti virtualization, Google Cloud and data analysis learn how you can apply these lessons in your organization.
Since opening its doors to all developers at Google I/O last year, the Google Cloud Storage team has shipped several features that let you use Google Cloud Storage for a variety of advanced use cases. This session will open with a quick introduction to the product, and quickly shift focus to implementing a variety of advanced applications using new features in Google Cloud Storage.
27th–29th June 2012