As an authorized Google Cloud Training Partner, we’ve been selected by Google to deliver this two-day course. Through lectures, demos, and hands-on labs, we’ll help you explore and deploy Google Cloud networking technologies.
We’ll cover some of the key technologies and principles used when building a Cloud network including Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks, subnets, and firewalls; interconnection among networks; load balancing; Cloud DNS; Cloud CDN; and Cloud NAT. Throughout the session, we’ll also look at common network design patterns.
By the end of the day, you’ll have a deeper understanding of the main networking infrastructure in Google Cloud and how you can use these solutions to achieve business objectives.
Our Networking in Google Cloud course is available as a private training session that can be delivered via Virtual Classroom or at a location of your choice in the US.
Who should attend:
This course is suitable for you if you are a network engineer or admin who is either using Google Cloud or is planning to do so. It’s also ideal for individuals who want to be exposed to software-defined networking solutions in the cloud.
What you'll learn:
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
- Configure Google VPC networks, subnets, and routers
- Route traffic by using DNS traffic steering
- Control network access to endpoints in VPCs
- Implement network connectivity between Google Cloud projects
- Implement load balancing
- Configure connectivity to Google Cloud VPC networks
- Configure private connection options to provide access to external resources and services from internal networks
- Identify the best Network Service Tier for your needs
To get the most out of this course, participants should have completed the Google Cloud Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure course, or have equivalent experience. You should also have understanding of the seven-layer OSI model, IPv4 addressing, and managing IPv4 routes.
- Overview of VPC networks IPv6 addressing
- Routes and route preferences
- Bring your own IP (BYOIP)
- Multiple network interfaces
- Cloud DNS policies
- Outline how IAM policies affect VPC network access
- Create and use service accounts to control access to network resources
- Control access to Compute Engine instances with tag-based firewall rules
- Describe the different ways to share VPC networks that are available in Google Cloud
- Recognize when to use Shared VPC and when to use VPC Network Peering
- Configure peering between unrelated VPC networks
- Create a load balancer
- Describe where you can use hybrid load balancing
- Describe the benefits of using an Internal TCP / UDP load balancer as an external next hop
- Enable and use Cloud CDN
- Configure traffic management
- Describe how Dedicated Interconnect and Partner Interconnect are used and what their differences are
- Determine which Cloud Interconnect product is best for a given use case
- Create a connection over a VPN with Cloud Router
- Describe how to use Network Connectivity Center to configure connectivity
- Determine which private connection option is needed for a given use case
- Configure Private Google Access to allow access to Google Cloud services from VM instances with only internal IP addresses
- Describe Private Service Connect and its use cases
- Describe private service access and its use cases
- Configure Cloud NAT to provide your instances without public IP addresses access to the internet
- Recognize how networking features are billed
- Use Network Service Tiers to optimize spend
- Compare and contrast the Network Service Tiers
- Describe how labels are used to understand network spend
- Configure uptime checks, alerting policies, and charts for your network services
- Use VPC Flow Logs to log and analyze network traffic behavior