What does it mean to make your IT infrastructure hybrid and multi-cloud? Going hybrid or multi-cloud allows you to connect your on-prem infrastructure with the cloud's scalability and innovation.
In this path, you'll learn how to manage containers with Google Kubernetes Engine and Anthos, Google Cloud's open platform that lets you run your applications, unmodified, on existing on-prem hardware investments or in the public cloud.
Learn about the computing and storage services available in Google Cloud, including Compute Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine, App Engine, Cloud Storage, Cloud SQL, and BigQuery. This course also introduces important resource and policy management tools, such as the Resource Manager hierarchy and Cloud Identity and Access Management.
Explore how to implement solutions using Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). In this course, you'll build, schedule, practice load balancing, and monitor your workloads. You'll also learn how to manage role-based access control and security, and provide persistent storage to your cloud applications.
For a more comprehensive presentation of Kubernetes, try the Architecting with Google Kubernetes Engine training.
Learn how to implement solutions using Google Kubernetes Engine, or GKE, including building, scheduling, load balancing, and monitoring workloads, as well as providing for discovery of services, managing role-based access control and security, and providing persistent storage to these applications.
Prepare for the Google Cloud Professional Cloud Architect certification exam by analyzing use cases, identifying technical watchpoints, and developing proposed solutions. You can test your abilities with hands-on labs and with sample questions similar to those on the exam.
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