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With 700+ learning activities to choose from, Google Cloud has designed our comprehensive catalog with you in mind. The catalog consists of a variety of activity formats for you to pick from. Choose from bite-size individual labs, short quests comprising a series of labs, or multi-module courses that consist of videos, documents, labs, and quizzes. Our labs give you temporary credentials to actual cloud resources, so you can learn Google Cloud using the real thing. Earn badges for what you complete, define, track, and measure your success with Google Cloud!

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  1. Lab

    Distributed Multi-worker TensorFlow Training on Kubernetes

    In this hands-on lab you will explore using Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine and Kubeflow TFJob to scale out TensorFlow distributed training.

  2. Course

    Smart Analytics, Machine Learning, and AI on Google Cloud - Locales

    This course, Smart Analytics, Machine Learning, and AI on Google Cloud - Locales, is intended for non-English learners. If you want to take this course in English, please enroll in Smart Analytics, Machine Learning, and AI on Google Cloud. Incorporating machine learning into data pipelines increases the abilit…

  3. Course

    Smart Analytics, Machine Learning, and AI on Google Cloud

    Incorporating machine learning into data pipelines increases the ability of businesses to extract insights from their data. This course covers several ways machine learning can be included in data pipelines on Google Cloud depending on the level of customization required. For little to no customization, this cours…

  4. Lab

    CI/CD for a KFP pipeline

    In this lab you will walk through authoring of a Cloud Build CI/CD workflow that automatically builds and deploys a KFP pipeline. You will also integrate your workflow with GitHub by setting up a trigger that starts the workflow when a new tag is applied to the GitHub repo hosting the pipeline's code.