New in Google Slides: linking in Docs, guides and rulers, and improved commenting

Today we’re introducing several features in Google Slides on the web that will make it easier to create, collaborate on, and share presentations. Read on for more information. Insert slides from Google Slides into Google Docs You can now insert a slide from a Google Slides presentation directly into Google Docs. If you want, you […]

Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL now generally available and ready for your production workloads

By Brett Hesterberg, Product Manager Among open-source relational databases, PostgreSQL is one of the most popular—and the most sought-after by Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users. Today, we’re thrilled to announce that PostgreSQL is now generally available and fully supported for all customers on our Cloud SQL fully-managed database service. Backed by Google’s 24×7 SRE team, […]

Exploring container security: Protecting and Defending your Kubernetes Engine network

By Manjot Pahwa, Product Manager, Cloud Networking; Ahmet Balkan, Developer Experience Engineer and Bowei Du, Software Engineer, Cloud Networking Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of blog posts on container security at Google. You can find the other posts in the series here. Security is a crucial factor in deciding which public […]

BigQuery arrives in the Tokyo region

By Chad W. Jennings, BigQuery Product Manager We launched BigQuery, our enterprise data warehouse solution, in 2011 so that our customers could leverage the processing power of Google’s infrastructure to perform super-fast SQL queries. And although BigQuery is already available to all our customers no matter where they’re located, many enterprises need additional options for […]

Local students build robot in Google’s first ever Kitchener-Waterloo Community Space

Editor’s note: Today we’re opening the doors of Google’s first ever Community Space in Canada. Located on the ground floor of our Google Kitchener-Waterloo office, the new centre will offer local nonprofits and organizations working in STEM education and diversity free access to host programming and events. As part of today’s opening, we’re also proud […]

Showcase your innovations at the 2018 China-US Young Makers Competition

Posted by Bill Luan, Senior Program Manager & Greater China Regional Lead, Developer Relations The 2018 China-U.S. Young Maker Competition launched this week by the event co-organizer Hackster.IO. Project submissions are now open to all makers, developers, and students ages 18-40 in both China and the United States. Google is the corporate sponsor for this […]

Dialogflow Enterprise Edition is now generally available

By Dan Aharon, Product Manager, Cloud AI Back in November, we announced the beta of Dialogflow Enterprise Edition. Today, on the heels of introducing Cloud Text-to-Speech and updating Cloud Speech-to-Text, we’re releasing Dialogflow Enterprise Edition for general availability, complete with support and a Service Level Agreement (SLA) that businesses need for their production deployments. It’s […]

Presentación de Cloud Text-to-Speech, con tecnología WaveNet de DeepMind

Por Dan Aharon, gerente de Producto, IA de Cloud Muchos productos Google (p. ej., Asistente de Google, Búsqueda y Maps) tienen una síntesis de texto a voz integrada de alta calidad que produce el sonido de una voz natural. Los desarrolladores nos han indicado varias veces que les gustaría poder agregar una función de texto […]

Improving the Google Cloud Storage backend for HashiCorp Vault

By Seth Vargo, Staff Developer Advocate HashiCorp Vault is a powerful open source tool for secrets management, popular with many Google Cloud Platform (GCP) customers today. HashiCorp Vault provides “secret management as a service,” acting as a static secret store for encrypted key-value pairs; a secret generation tool to dynamically generate on-the-fly credentials; and pass-through […]