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This self-paced training course builds on the Networking in GCP: Defining and Implementing Networks course and enhances participants 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 the interconnection among networks, common network design patterns and the automated deployment of networks using Deployment Manager or Terraform. The course also covers networking pricing and billing to help you optimize your network spend and monitoring and logging features that can help you troubleshoot your GCP network infrastructure.
To get the most out of this course, participants should have:
*Completed Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure or have equivalent experience
*Completed Networking in GCP: Defining and Implementing Networks
*Prior understanding of the OSI 7-layer model
*Prior understanding of IPv4 addressing
*Prior experience with managing IPv4 routes
Welcome to Networking in GCP: Hybrid Connectivity and Network Management
Welcome to Networking in Google Cloud Platform.
Module 1: Hybrid Connectivity
In this module, we are going to cover the GCP interconnect and peering services available to connect your infrastructure to GCP. These services are Dedicated Interconnect, Partner Interconnect, IPsec VPN, Direct Peering and Carrier Peering.
Module 2: Networking Pricing and Billing
In this module, we are going to cover how GCP networking features are charged for, how to leverage Network Service Tiers to optimize your spend and how to administer billing within GCP.
Module 3: Network Design and Deployment
In this module, we are going to explain some common network designs, automate the deployment of networks using Deployment Manager and launch networking solutions using Cloud Marketplace.
Module 4: Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting
In this module, we are going to cover network monitoring and logging features that can help you troubleshoot your GCP network infrastructure.