Tag: VPC Network

Google Cloud: Cloud Interconnect – Considerations, Design and Configuration

Overview  Cloud Interconnect provides low latency, high availability connections that enable you to reliably transfer data between your on-premises and Google Cloud Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks. Also, Interconnect connections provide internal IP address communication, which means internal IP addresses are directly accessible from both networks. Cloud Interconnect offers two options for extending your on-premises […]

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: Using Terraform to Create a New VPC and Public Subnet in GCP

Scenario Your company wants to provision a new network with a public subnet so they can test any new instances within that public subnet. They have tasked you with creating this VPC and subnet through Infrastructure as Code so they can test and launch resources as necessary. You’ll need to accomplish the following steps to […]

Google Cloud: Deploying Networks using Deployment Manager

Google Cloud Deployment Manager is a service that allows you to define and deploy resources in your GCP environment, as well as create templates and configurations. Google Cloud Deployment Manager also gives you the possibility to use Jinja or Python to define the resources you desire. Google Cloud Deployment Manager vs. Terraform So which infrastructure-as-code tool is right for your […]

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