Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Gearing up with an instance group, part of Google Cloud Compute Engine Essential Training.
- One of the major benefits of using Compute Engine…is its ability to combine VM instances…for increased computing power needs.…Such a collection of VMs is referred to as…an instance group and is required for automatic scaling…and HTTP load balancing.…While some Google Cloud services will…spin up instance groups as needed,…you may want to assert control and do it yourself…through a variety of techniques,…including the Compute Engine console.…Let me show you how that works.…
Open your Projects console page…and then drill down to Compute, Compute Engine,…and click on instance groups.…The instance group page will show you a list…of all you've previously defined, if any.…As you can see, we already have one set up,…and that was established as part of the GitLab deployment…covered in the previous lesson.…Let's define another instance group…by clicking that fabulous blue button there,…new instance group.…
I'm going to customize the name first a little bit,…and let's just call it lynda-instance group 1,…and I'll skip over the optional description,…
- 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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