In this video, explore enterprise scenarios such as disaster recovery and event data pipelines.
- The next set of application architectures … that we'll use as a frame to understand … how to apply GCP services are listed as follows. … The first one is a continuous integration … and continuous deployment pipeline, CI/CD. … It's been really interesting to see … over the past 12 to 18 months, … the set of services all starting … with the word code that GCP has introduced. … Code build, code deploy, code debug. … How do these services work? … Are they mature enough to replace traditional CI/CD servers … such as Jenkins? … It is early in the maturity of these services, … however, in the couple of customers … that I've worked in production with them, … they do seem to meet a number of enterprise scenarios, … so we'll look at what they do and what they don't do. … The next set of services is around … what I call drift detection. … This is relating to service configuration … which is a common, but not very well understood … or handled challenge around enterprise deployments. … What does this mean? …
- Enterprise concerns
- Enterprise scenarios
- Setting up your organization’s account
- Managing billing
- Enterprise compute services
- Enterprise storage and database services
- Enterprise data pipelines
- GCP developer and DevOps tools
Skill Level Intermediate
Working with cloud services1m 13s
1. GCP for the Enterprise
2. Enterprise Setup and Security
3. Enterprise Compute
4. Enterprise Storage and Database
5. Enterprise Data Pipelines
6. Dev and DevOps Tools
Next steps1m 20s
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