Your company is loading comma-separated values (CSV) files into Google BigQuery. The data is fully imported successfully; however, the imported data is not matching byte-to-byte to the source file. What is the most likely cause of this problem?
A live TV show asks viewers to cast votes using their mobile phones. The event generates a large volume of data during a 3 minute period. You are in charge of the Voting restructure* and must ensure that the platform can handle the load and Hal all votes are processed. You must display partial results write voting is open. After voting doses you need to count the votes exactly once white optimizing cost. What should you do?
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 'Movie' the property 'actors' and the property 'tags' have multiple values but the property 'date released' does not. A typical query would ask for all movies with actor=
Your companyâ€™s customer and order databases are often under heavy load. This makes performing analytics against them difficult without harming operations. The databases are in a MySQL cluster, with nightly backups taken using mysqldump. You want to perform analytics with minimal impact on operations. What should you do?