Your company is performing data preprocessing for a learning algorithm in Google Cloud Dataflow. Numerous data logs are being are being generated during this step, and the team wants to analyze them. Due to the dynamic nature of the campaign, the data is growing exponentially every hour.
The data scientists have written the following code to read the data for a new key features in the logs.
You want to improve the performance of this data read. What should you do?
You are deploying a new storage system for your mobile application, which is a media streaming service. You decide the best fit is Google Cloud Datastore. You have entities with multiple properties, some of which can take on multiple values. For example, in the entity â€˜Movieâ€™ the property â€˜actorsâ€™ and the property â€˜tagsâ€™ have multiple values but the property â€˜date releasedâ€™ does not. A typical query would ask for all movies with actor=
Your company built a TensorFlow neutral-network model with a large number of neurons and layers. The model fits well for the training data. However, when tested against new data, it performs poorly. What method can you employ to address this?
You want to migrate an on-premises Hadoop system to Cloud Dataproc. Hive is the primary tool in use, and the data format is Optimized Row Columnar (ORC). All ORC files have been successfully copied to a Cloud Storage bucket. You need to replicate some data to the cluster's local Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) to maximize performance. What are two ways to start using Hive in Cloud Dataproc? (Choose two.)
You have uploaded 5 years of log data to Cloud Storage A user reported that some data points in the log data are outside of their expected ranges, which indicates errors You need to address this issue and be able to run the process again in the future while keeping the original data for compliance reasons What should you do?