Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Accessing your project remotely, part of Google Cloud Compute Engine Essential Training.
- In the last lesson,…we set up our first Compute Engine…virtual machine instance.…In this lesson, we'll bridge our development system…to that instance…so we can access it remotely.…Security is paramount,…so the first step is to authenticate yourself to Google.…This is handled through the command line.…I'll switch from the browser…to my terminal to my command line.…Here, I'll enter gcloud auth login.…Now, this command, gcloud,…is available to us…because we installed the Google Cloud SDK.…
The command will launch a new window…in your default browser…and ask for you to sign into it.…I'm gonna go with the version…that I'm signed in on here.…And it will create…a auth 2.0 token…once I click Accept.…All right. Looks like we're in.…One thing we might wanna do now is,…set our project so that any remaining gcloud commands…are directed to the right one.…We wanna be sure to get the project name right.…Let's go back to the console.…
We're here on the instance page.…I wanna make sure to go to Projects.…My project ID is the thing that we'll use…
- Integrating with Google Cloud products
- Setting up the Google Cloud SDK
- Creating a Compute Engine instance
- Authenticating users
- Working with Python and Compute Engine
- Managing resources
- Implementing network load balancing
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Google Cloud Compute Engine
Getting underway6m 17s
2. Exploring Compute Engine
3. Integrating User Authentication
5. Working with Python and Compute Engine
6. Managing Resources with Compute Engine
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