Container, Compute, and App Engine with Networking Services

IT professionals including managers, engineers, and developers evaluating or implementing application environments on Google Cloud Platform

Prerequisite
None

Expected Duration
81 minutes

Description
Google Compute Engine offers virtual machines running in Google’s innovative data centers and worldwide fiber network. In this course, you’ll learn about the fundamental aspects of the Google Cloud Platform Container Engine, Compute Engine, and App Engine as well as Google’s basic networking services.

Objective

Container Engine

  • start the course
  • describe Google’s Container Engine and Kubernetes
  • define the concept of a container registry
  • deploy an application by creating a container and using the Google Cloud SDK
  • create an image and push it to the Container Registry
  • use kubectl to deploy an application to a container

Compute Engine and Networking

  • identify characteristics and purpose of Google Compute Engine Networking Service
  • describe the relationship between networks, instances, and firewalls
  • create a network in the Web UI
  • create IP addresses in the Web UI
  • create firewall rules in the Web UI
  • describe networks and route collection
  • describe IP forwarding
  • describe Network Address Translation gateways
  • describe network load balancing and HTTP load balancing

Google App Engine

  • identify the purpose and benefits of Google App Engine
  • compare traditional builds with Google App Engine builds
  • survey and define the various App Engine services
  • compare the App Engine Standard and App Engine Flexible environments
  • deploy a Python application to the App Engine environment

Practice: Reviewing CE and Networking

  • identify GCP attributes of Compute, Container, and App Engine as well as networking services

MONTHLY SUBSCRIPTION

$129/month
 

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION

$1295/year

Multi-license discounts available for Annual and Monthly subscriptions.