On-premise data centers are costly to manage. If you need a data center but don’t want to deal with a physical one, Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is the solution. With GCP, you can build, test, and deploy applications on Google’s infrastructure. Google Cloud Platform Administration begins with GCP fundamentals, with the help of which you will deploy your first app and gain an understanding of Google Cloud architecture and services. Furthermore, you will learn how to manage Compute, networking, and storage resources. As you make your way through the book, you will learn how to track and manage GCP’s usage, monitoring, and billing access control.
- Lifetime access to eBook with 230 pages
- Deploy your first app & gain an understanding of Google Cloud architecture and services
- Learn how to manage Compute, networking, & storage resources
- Track & manage GCP’s usage, monitoring, and billing access control
- Be able to manage your GCP's access & permissions
- Explore a list of different developer tools for managing & interacting with the GCP platform
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Ranjit Singh Thakurratan is a two-time published author and has over 10 years of multi-cloud expertise and works as a Principal Chief Architect at DellEMC. Ranjit holds a master's degree in Information Technology—infrastructure assurance and an engineering degree in computer science. He has presented at numerous conferences held at Boston, Washington DC, New York, Denver, and Dallas. He runs a technology blog and he can be reached via his Twitter handle, @RJAPPROVES, and on Linkedin at RJApproves. Apart from technology, Ranjit is also interested in astrophysics, animal welfare, and open source projects.