GCP Classroom Series 13/Feb/2021

Google VPC (Virtual Private Cloud)

  • VPC Provides networking functionality to Virtual Machnes, GKE clusters and App Engine
  • VPC can be thought in the same way as Physical Netowrk, except it is virtualized within Google cloud
  • VPC is a global resource i.e. it consists of list of regional subnetworks in datacenters, all connected by a Global wan. Preview
  • In GCP
    • vpc is a global resource
    • subnet is a regional resource
  • While vpc is a gloabl resource, all routes and associated firewall rules are also global.
  • All resources created within a vpc can talk to each other using the internal private IP address if you enable private google access to them.
  • Subnets are associated with a particular region and in one region we can more than one subnet.
  • VPC’s can be created in two modes
    • auto mode:
      • one subnet is automatically created inside each region using predefined IP ranges that fit with in a block Preview
    • custom mode: In this mode VPC network, no subnets are created and its up to you create your own subnets and IP ranges that best suits your needs.
  • Every project in GCP will have one default VPC
  • When creating an vm instance, you selet a zone, a network and subnet
  • There are some quotas(can be increased)/limits(cannot be increased) which can be increased by raising a ticket with Google.
    • VPC Networks per project Quota of 5
    • VM instances per network Limit of 7000
  • Exercise:
    • Lets Create an auto network in the project Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
    • Lets create a vpc with range and the subnets with 250 devices
      • mumbai
      • central us Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
    • Lets add one more subnet in east us Preview Preview
  • Lets assume a scenario where every day we are asked to create networks for deploying applications, doing this manually doesnot make sense
  • Lets try to automate this by using Command line interface Refer Here
  • Install google Cloud sdk close all terminals once the installation is successful and relaunch any terminal and type gcloud --version Preview

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