Tag: Compute Engine

Google Cloud: Using Terraform to Auto Scale and Load Balance Compute Engine Instances in GCP

Overview Learning how to configure complex environments with Terraform is a must-have skill. In this hands-on lab, we will provision an autoscaling group with a load balancer. Objectives: Successfully complete this lab by achieving the following learning objectives: Create a Service Account From Google Cloud console’s main navigation, choose IAM & Admin > Service Accounts. Click Create service account. […]

Google Cloud: Customize Network Topology with Sub-networks

Overview In this lab, you’ll learn the Compute Engine Subnetwork model. Subnetwork allows you to create your own network topology as you would in your own on-premise datacenter, so that you can assign specific IP address ranges to groups of machines. What you’ll learn Differences between legacy network model and subnetwork. Learn about regional subnetwork. […]

Google Cloud: Uninstalling Migrate for Compute Engine (4.X)

The method for uninstalling Google Cloud Migrate for Compute Engine depends on how you were using it. If you were migrating from another cloud into GCP, see Uninstalling Migrate for Compute Engine (cloud-to-cloud migrations). If you were migrating from on-premises to GCP, see Uninstalling Migrate for Compute Engine from on-prem). Uninstalling Migrate for Compute Engine (cloud-to-cloud migrations) […]

Google Cloud: Installing and Configuring Terraform on a Compute Engine Instance

In this tutorial we are going to learn how to install “Terraform” on a linux machine. For our demonstration purpose we will be using “google cloud compute instance” which will have “centos7” running. Create a Compute Engine Instance From Google Cloud navigation, choose Compute Engine. In the main window pane, click Create. Name your instance instance-1. In the Boot […]

Google Cloud: Introduction to Cloud SDK

Overview Google Cloud SDK contains tools and libraries that enable you to easily create and manage resources on Google Cloud Platform, including App Engine , Compute Engine , Cloud Storage , BigQuery , Cloud SQL , and Cloud DNS . Lab Details In this lab we will learn how to install Cloud SDK to a virtual machine, initialize it and run core gcloud commands from the command-line. […]

Google Cloud: Creating Virtual Machine using Deployment Manager

Lab Details: This lab walks you through Cloud Deployment Manager. You will be creating a Template and Deployment. Lab Tasks: Login into GCP Console. Creating a Template file. Creating a Deployment to launch Compute Engine and Firewall Rule. Creating a Deployment using CDM: Start the Cloud Shell from the top bar. Enter the command to create a […]

Google Cloud: VM Migration lifecycle

Migrate for Compute Engine enables you to migrate (Lift and Shift) your virtual machines (VMs), with minor automatic modifications, from your source environment to Google Compute Engine. Migrate for Compute Engine uses data replication technology which continuously replicates disk data from the source VMs to Google Cloud without causing any downtime on the source. You […]

Google Cloud: Creating Virtual Machine Instance using Terraform

Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve infrastructure. It is an open source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared among co-workers, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned. Objectives In this lab, we will learn how to perform the following tasks: Get started with Terraform […]

Google Cloud: Installing WordPress on Compute Engine and using Cloud SQL as Database

Lab Overview: In this lab, we will create a Compute Engine using a WordPress Startup script. There is another way where you can use WordPress Image to launch the instance but that could be an expensive approach. We have provided the startup script and way to connect to the Database. Lab Details: This lab walks […]

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