Associate Google Cloud Engineer: Google Cloud - Associate Cloud Engineer

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Discover how to deploy applications, monitor operations, and manage enterprise solutions with Google Cloud Platform as you prepare for the Associate Cloud Engineer certification exam.

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Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Google Cloud Platform Ecosystem

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Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Google Cloud Platform Ecosystem
Google Cloud Platform is a suite of cloud services that provides reliable and highly scalable cloud computing services that help its users store data, build, test, and deploy apps. It provides computing services for backend, mobile and web solutions using the internet. You'll begin with exploring Google Cloud Platform and the various Google Cloud services available matching them to business needs, such as Virtual Machines, Kubernetes and Cloud Functions. You’ll learn how to create a GCP account and navigate the console, create a billing account, establish budgets and alerts, setup billing exports, link accounts to Google Cloud projects and use the GCP pricing calculator. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
12 videos | 52m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Configuring Google Cloud
Google Cloud Platform reduces costs while increasing agility and capturing new opportunities. In this course, you'll begin by learning how to use using Google Cloud Shell. You'll explore how to install and use Cloud tools, the gcloud CLI, Google Cloud SDK, and other utilities that come pre-installed. Next, you’ll learn about various Google Cloud database services such as Cloud SQL, which provides a cloud-based alternative to local MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server databases. You'll examine Cloud Spanner, a fully managed relational database with unlimited scale. You'll move on to learn about Cloud Bigtable, a NoSQL wide-column store for large scale, low latency workloads. Finally, you’ll learn about BigQuery, Dataproc, and Cloud Marketplace. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
14 videos | 1h 16m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Google Cloud Resource Manager
Google Cloud Resource Manager allows you to hierarchically manage resources by project, folder, and organization. In this course, you'll learn about Google Cloud Resource Manager and the resource hierarchy, as well as how to set up an organization resource to ensure projects will follow the organization’s life cycle on Google Cloud. You'll then examine how to create and manage a Google Cloud project and an organization. You’ll explore how to create labels and tags, move and migrate projects, and enable APIs within projects. Next, you’ll learn how to manage Google Cloud folders by learning how to set roles and permissions, create folders, configure access, and create a project in a folder. Finally, you’ll learn to enable and view audit logs, and set up and manage Cloud Identity. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
17 videos | 1h 27m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Google Cloud Load Balancing
Google Cloud Load Balancer is a fully distributed, software-defined managed service that offers a single IP address to serve as the front end, and automatic intelligent autoscaling of the back end. This means you don’t need to manage physical load balancing infrastructure. In this course, you’ll learn about Google Cloud Load Balancer, how to identify the key components and choose which one is best for your implementation, and how to manage access control using Identity and Access Management. You’ll also explore how to run and scale services behind internal and external IP addresses, use a network load balancer to distribute traffic, distribute SSL and TCP traffic, and distribute traffic to applications running on back-end instances. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
13 videos | 1h 18m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Implementing Google Compute Engine
Google Cloud gives you compute and hosting options, and you can work in a serverless environment, use a managed application platform, leverage container technology, or build your own cloud-based infrastructure for the most control and flexibility. In this course, you’ll begin by learning about Virtual Machine instances and the instance life cycle, as well as how to create different instances such as preemptible and Windows Server instances. Next, you’ll examine how to provision sole-tenant nodes, generate SSH keys, connect to Linux and Windows VM instances using Google Cloud Console, and use the gcloud command-line tool with SSH keys. Finally, you’ll learn how to create a managed instance group and an instance template. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
14 videos | 1h 17m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Managing Google Compute Engine
Google Cloud Engine is the Infrastructure as a Service component of the Google Cloud Platform. It is built on the same infrastructure that runs Google's search engine, Gmail, and even YouTube. In this course, you’ll start by learning how to setting up Virtual Machine Manager. You'll explore how to manage a VM instance by going through its life cycle, including starting, stopping, suspending, and resuming an instance. You’ll then learn how to update an instance by using gcloud or API, as well as how to connect to it by using Secure Shell and Remote Desktop Protocol. You'll also examine how to create a VM with attached GPUs. Next, you’ll learn to setup and use OS inventory management, create and view snapshots and images, and use instance groups and templates. Finally, you’ll explore how to query the metadata server to retrieve information, and how to access and request quota increases. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
14 videos | 1h 25m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Implementing Google Kubernetes Engine
Google Cloud is the birthplace of Kubernetes, an open-source system used to deploy, scale, and manage containerized applications. In this course, you’ll begin by learning about Google Kubernetes Engine, the different modes of operations, and the types of clusters that can be created. Next, you’ll examine how to create different GKE clusters and explore Kubernetes pods and different types of controller objects. You’ll examine GKE security features, the different aspects of GKE networking, and the storage options for applications running on GKE. Finally, you’ll learn to deploy a GKE cluster and a Docker container image on a GKE cluster, create a Google Cloud service account, and configure GKE monitoring and logging. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
15 videos | 1h 33m has Assessment available Badge
Google Associate Cloud Engineer: Managing Google Kubernetes Engine
Google Kubernetes Engine is a secured and fully-managed Kubernetes service that features autopilot mode of operation, pod and cluster autoscaling, and enterprise-ready containerized solutions. Use this course to get familiar with using the Google Kubernetes Engine dashboard. Start by learning how to manage clusters and controlling access to them. Next, you'll examine the use of the dashboard to perform other operations, such as creating and using volumes with deployments, creating secrets to store sensitive data, and using Config Connector for Kubernetes. You'll also explore how to view the container image repository, manage node pools, and implement pod deployments. You'll then discover the creation of StatefulSets, DaemonSets, and a ConfigMap. Finally, you’ll learn to use Persistent volumes and dynamic provisioning to manage durable storage in your clusters. This course is one of a collection of courses that prepares learners for the Google Cloud Associate Cloud Engineer certification.
15 videos | 1h 14m