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Resource Hierarchy in Google Cloud

Google Cloud Platform (GCP), renowned for its scalability, security, and versatility, provides a vast range of cloud-based services. To manage these services effectively, GCP incorporates a resource hierarchy model that helps users manage, organize, and control resources. Understanding the structure and flow of this hierarchy is crucial for optimizing resource management and security in GCP.
At the most basic level, the Google Cloud resource hierarchy is divided into four primary components: the Organization, Folders, Projects, and Resources.

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Basics of Kubernetes Architecture

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It was originally developed by Google and is now maintained by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation. Read this blog post or watch the video below to understand the basics of Kubernetes Architecture. Content In this blog post, I will cover the basics of Kubernetes Architecture Components and also see how these different components work together to create a well-functioning Kubernetes deployment. Things covered today – Nodes Clusters Persistent Volume Container Pods Deployments In Kubernetes, a node refers to a single machine in a cluster. It...

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Understand Preemptible and Spot Virtual Machine in Google Cloud Platform

If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to run your workloads on Google Cloud Platform, you may want to consider using preemptible or spot VMs. Preemptible VMs can be interrupted by Google with only short notice, so they’re ideal for workloads that can tolerate interruptions. Spot VMs are offered at a discount compared to on-demand VMs, so they’re a great option if you’re budget-conscious. In this post, I will dive into what preemptible and spot VMs are and how they can benefit your organization. Note – Please bookmark this below page to access all posts regarding Google Cloud Digital Leader certification. Google Cloud...

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How to Create Custom Image in Google Cloud Platform

We will learn how to generate a custom Image on Google Compute Engine in this article. You can import a boot disc image called a “custom image” from your on-premises environment or another cloud platform to Compute Engine. This blog post will walk you through each step of creating a custom image in Google Compute Engine on the Google Cloud Platform. Let’s get started and learn more about custom images in this article. Keep checking back here as I continue to produce several articles on Google Cloud. Note – Please bookmark this below page to access all posts regarding Google Cloud Digital...

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