Learn about the broad variety of networking options on Google Cloud. This course uses lectures, demos, and hands-on labs to help you explore and deploy Google Cloud networking technologies, including Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks, subnets, and firewalls; interconnection among networks; load balancing; Cloud DNS; Cloud CDN; and Cloud NAT. You'll also learn about common network design patterns and automated deployment using Cloud Deployment Manager or Terraform.
What You'll LearnTOP
Configure Google VPC networks, subnets, and routers
- Deploy networks declaratively using Cloud Deployment Manager or Terraform
- Design networks to meet common customer requirements
- Configure monitoring and logging to troubleshoot networks problems
- Control administrative access to VPC objects
- Control network access to endpoints in VPCs
- Interconnect networks among Google Cloud projects
- Interconnect networks among Google Cloud VPC networks and on-premises or other-cloud networks
- Choose among Google Cloud load balancer and proxy options and configure them
- Use Cloud CDN to reduce latency and save money
- Optimize network spend using Network Tiers
- Configure Cloud NAT or Private Google Access to provide instances without public IP addresses access to other services
- This course teaches participants the following skills:
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Recall that networks belong to projects.
- Explain the differences among default, auto, and custom networks.
- Create networks and subnets.
- Explain how IPv4 addresses are assigned to Compute Engine instances.
- Publish domain names using Google Cloud DNS.
- Create Compute Engine instances with IP aliases.
- Create Compute Engine instances with multiple virtual network.
- Outline how IAM policies affect VPC networks.
- Control access to network resources using service accounts.
- Control access to Compute Engine instances with tag-based firewall rules.
- Outline the overall workflow for configuring Shared VPC.
- Differentiate between the IAM roles that allow network resources to be managed.
- Configure peering between unrelated VPC Networks.
- Recall when to use Shared VPC and when to use VPC Network Peering.
- Recall the various load balancing services
- Configure Layer 7 HTTP(S) load balancing
- Whitelist and blacklist IP traffic with Cloud Armor
- Cache content with Cloud CDN
- Explain Layer 4 TCP or SSL proxy load balancing
- Explain regional network load balancing
- Configure internal load balancing
- Recall the choices for enabling IPv6 Internet connectivity for Google Cloud load balancers
- Determine which Google Cloud load balancer to use In which situation
- Recall the Google Cloud interconnect and peering services available to connect your infrastructure to Google Cloud.
- Explain Dedicated Interconnect and Partner Interconnect.
- Describe the workflow for configuring a Dedicated Interconnect.
- Build a connection over a VPN with Cloud Router.
- Determine which Google Cloud interconnect service to use when.
- Explain Direct Peering and Partner Peering.
- Determine which Google Cloud peering service to use when.
- Recognize how networking features are charged for.
- Use Network Service Tiers to optimize spend.
- Determine which Network Service Tier to use when.
- Recall that labels can be used to understand networking spend.
- Explain common network design patterns.
- Configure Private Google Access to allow access to certain Google Cloud services from VM instances with only internal IP addresses.
- Configure Cloud NAT to provide your instances without public IP addresses access to the internet.
- Automate the deployment of networks using Deployment Manager or Terraform.
- Launch networking solutions using Cloud Marketplace.
- Configure uptime checks, alerting policies and charts for your network services.
- Use VPC Flow Logs to log and analyze network traffic behavior.
Complete Google Cloud Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure or have equivalent experience
- Have prior understanding of the 7 layer OSI model
- Have prior understanding of IPv4 addressing
- Have prior experience with managing IPv4 routes
Who Should AttendTOP
Network engineers and Admins who are either using Google Cloud or are planning to do so
- Individuals who want to be exposed to software-defined networking solutions in the cloud
- This course is intended for the following participants: