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This self-paced training course gives participants broad study of networking options on Google Cloud Platform. Through recorded lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on labs, participants explore and deploy GCP networking technologies, such as Google Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks, subnets and firewalls. The course also covers access control to networks, sharing networks and load balancing.
To get the most out of this course, participants should have:
*Completed Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure or have equivalent experience
*Prior understanding of the OSI 7-layer model
*Prior understanding of IPv4 addressing
*Prior experience with managing IPv4 routes
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Welcome to Networking in GCP: Defining and Implementing Networks
-Welcome to Networking in Google Cloud Platform.
Module 1: Google Cloud VPC Networking Fundamentals
-In this module, we're going to cover the fundamentals of Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networking in Google Cloud Platform (GCP). This includes the different types of VPC objects, Internal DNS, Cloud DNS, IP aliases and VMs with multiple network interfaces.
Module 2: Controlling Access to VPC Networks
-In this module, we're going to cover ways to control access to VPC Networks. This includes Cloud Identity and Access Management (Cloud IAM) and firewall rules.
Module 3: Sharing Networks across Projects
-In this module, we are going to cover two configurations for sharing VPC networks across GCP projects. First, we will go over Shared VPC which allows you to share a network across several projects in your GCP organization. Then, we will go over VPC Network Peering which allows you to configure private communication across projects in the same or different organizations.
Module 4: Load Balancing
-In this module, we are going to cover the five different types of load balancers that are available in GCP. We will also go over managed instance groups, Cloud Armor and Cloud CDN.