Google Compute Engine is the Infrastructure as a Service component of Google Cloud Platform which is built on the global infrastructure that runs Google's search engine, Gmail, YouTube and other services. Google Compute Engine enables users to launch virtual machines on demand.
An instance is a virtual machine (VM) hosted on Google's infrastructure. You can create an instance by using the Google Cloud Console, the gcloud command-line tool, or the Compute Engine API.
Here in GDG Athlone, we are excited to announce a new series of Cloud Computing Technical Series with Hands on Labs. Our ambition is to enable you to learn Cloud Computing and prepare for various Google Cloud certifications to validate your expertise and show your ability to transform businesses with Google Cloud technology. You are encouraged to share your knowledge and experience through these series with our community.
This is the second of the series in which we will take you through the advanced features and hands on sessions of Cloud Compute with Google Cloud Compute Engine Solutions
This is a Beginner/ Intermediate level Event in Cloud Computing. This is a hands on lab with examples
* Working with GCE VM Instances
* Reserving Static IP Address
* Creating and Connecting to a Windows Instance
* Persistent Disks vs. Local SSDs
* Creating and Attaching Persistent Disks
* Customize an Application Server
* Install and Configure Software
* Copying Files Between VMs
* Configure Network Access
* Schedule Regular Backups
* Run Maintenance Scripts
• Computer with Internet Connection
• Preferably a Gmail Account and GCP Free Tier access
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Cloud Software Architect