In this hands-on lab you will learn how to perform basic networking tasks on Google Cloud Platform (including Compute Engine instances) and how GCP might differ from an on-premises setup. You'll develop a network and 3 subnetworks, resulting in this end-state environment:
The lab exercises you'll do are ordered to reflect a common cloud developer experience:
Set up your lab environment and learn how to work with your GCP environment.
Deploy a common network with subnets and multiple regions using common open source tools to explore your network around the world.
Testing and monitoring your network and instances.
What you'll learn
Basics concepts and constructs of the Google Cloud networking.
How to default and User-created Networks are configured.
How to measure performance & latency characteristics.
Basic security configurations of Access, Firewall, and Routing.
Basic knowledge of Google Compute Engine
Basic networking and TCP/IP knowledge
Basic Unix/Linux command line knowledge
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Create a custom network, subnetworks and firewall rules
Create three instances in specified zones for Traceroute and performance testing.