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Google Cloud Derby: The Fun Way To Learn GCP

Ignazio Pollina 26th November 2018
Cloudreach Cloud Systems Developer, Ignazio Pollina shares his experience of learning about the machine learning capabilities of Google Cloud Platform when he completed the Google Cloud Derby Workshop. Learning a new programming language will often mean taking a “Hello World” exercise. Learning a new Cloud platform involves going back to basics and taking certifications. Wouldn’t […]

6 Things To Look Out For At AWS re:Invent 2018

Chris Bunch 26th October 2018
Serverless computing, machine learning, blockchain and indoor canals! Cloudreach Head of EMEA, Chris Bunch, looks ahead to AWS re:Invent 2018, the platform’s headline, annual event. That’s right, in just a matter of days, team AWS and its legions of fans take over Clark County, Nevada to celebrate the new innovations announced live on stage in fabulous […]

Interactive app shows the power of machine learning in the cloud

Paul Chin 25th May 2018
One of our Cloudy Values is to “Be One Step Ahead”. That means staying on top of the latest tools, technologies, and architectures to make application development faster and more cost-effective. Last year, one of our customers tasked us with creating a technology demo to enhance their booth at a trade show. The demo needed […]

Cloudreachers crank up the creativity for .create(v=5.0)

Chris Schwartz 22nd May 2018
This year marked our fifth .create() hackathon, and it’s been a fiercely competitive event with a total of 7 teams battling it out. The brief was to develop something eye-catching that showcases technical ingenuity and demonstrates the power of AWS using one or more innovative technologies e.g. data engineering, IoT, AI, Machine Learning. With the prize […]

FPGAs and the Future of Parallelized Computation in the Cloud

Cloudreach Team 20th December 2017
Abstract: Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are a type of mutable hardware that can be reprogrammed and repurposed. This allows for quicker development time, time to market, and turnaround for hardware developers working on application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). “The nonrecurring engineering (NRE) expense of custom ASIC design far exceeds that of FPGA-based hardware solutions”, especially […]