For the record, Ellie is wearing an LG G Watch as well.
Appurify is joining Google. Want to shout, protestor-style: What were the terms of the deal?
Appurify "is joining" Google, says Powers.
She's going to talk about developing apps, distributing them, and how to make money.
Now that the paint has dried, we're on to Google Play.
Talking about cross-platform tools.
Ellie Powers, Google Play PM is up
And that's all for the cloud! Time for Google Play.
"We try to make your life easier as a developer. More productive, while giving you the best price and best performance of any cloud."
Cloudflow does for entire pipelines what MapReduce did for single flows
Ah, he's wearing a Swiss shirt.
Basically, we're seeing how easy it is to build cloud apps, how easy it is to test and refine them, and of course deploy them to the world.
The algorithms are also attempting to track the sentiment about a given team, showing positive and negative swings based on a botched call from the refs.
Okay, we're now seeing a visualization of that data, quite sophisticated given the limited code -- which must be more than the few lines we saw.
We're seeing a data visualization tool that shows the tweets going through a variety of algorithms to identify which team the tweet is about and add metrics, etc.
Basically, Google's showing that their programming language is pretty cool, too, likely thinking of Apple's to-do surrounding its new programming language.
The demo we're getting is some code to analyze a stream of tweets relating to the World Cup.
Urz has had a costume change, now wearing a red soccer shirt
Big applause for Eric Schmidt... and then a bit of confusion as everyone realizes it isn't THAT Eric Schmidt.
I expect this to become a meme in 3... 2...
A different Google employee named Eric Schmidt is doing this demo.
Announcing Cloud Dataflow, to create data pipelines for "arbitrarily large datasets."
Urz back, talking about how ingesting code rapidly is difficult, requiring lots of different tech.
Moving from Code to Data.
Cloud Monitoring will give you relevant dashboards to help you debug, not just Google services but more than a dozen open source tools and packages.