In this video, learn if Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is enterprise-ready.
- [Narrator] The number one question … that my enterprise customers ask me … when I engage with them as a contract cloud architect, … and their interested in deploying their applications … on the Google Cloud Platform, is really fundamental. … It simply is, "Is GCP enterprise ready?" … Now for many years, this was a blocking consideration … because, the frank answer was, "It wasn't." … When GCP services were initially introduced many years ago, … the focus was on building a set of services … for one subset of working professionals, developers. … And the GCP cloud has always been really strong … in it's developer offerings. … The very first service, Google App Engine, … enabled developers serverlessly … to quickly deploy web applications. … Another very innovative service, BigQuery … in the initial offering is serverless SQL. … Something I've been using for many, many years. … As strong as some of these key services have been, … and continue to be, for many years, … GCP lacked some of the key components …
- 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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