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How to set up a Network Load Balancer in GCP

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi everyone! Today in this blog we’ll be learning how to set up a Network Load Balancer in GCP. Before starting, let’s quickly brush up on our basic concepts. What is a Load Balancer? Simply speaking, a load balancer is something that distributes user traffic across multiple instances of your application. Load balancing reduces the risk that your application faces by spreading the load resulting Continue Reading

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How to create applications in ArgoCD

Reading Time: 5 minutes This blog will show different ways of creating applications in ArgoCD, So Stay Tuned! PREREQUISITES Kubernetes Cluster up and running on Local, minikube, or any Cloud providers GitHub or Gitlab Account First, let us understand few concepts of ArgoCD ArgoCD is a GitOps continuous delivery tool that means you define all your applications, manifests, and resources that you want to deploy in your Kubernetes cluster, Continue Reading

Spring Cloud GCP – Cloud Spanner

Reading Time: 5 minutes Spring framework is very popular and most widely used across the world. It is also one of the oldest frameworks in Java. The Spring Cloud GCP project makes the Spring Framework a first-class citizen of the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). Cloud Spanner is a fully managed relational database with unlimited scale, strong consistency, and up to 99.999% availability. It is like the big brother of Cloud Continue Reading

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How to Create a Storage Bucket in GCP with Terraform?

Reading Time: 3 minutes In this article, we are going to provision a Cloud Storage Bucket and maintain it with the help of terraform. Let us first understand cloud storage first What is Cloud Storage(Buckets)? Cloud Storage is the Google Cloud platform’s object storage system. Objects here can be of any type, either files or large binary objects. These objects are organized into buckets. Please note that cloud storage Continue Reading

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How to Create KMS Keys in GCP with Terraform?

Reading Time: 4 minutes In this blog, we will be learning about KMS keys for encryption in google cloud and how we can provision them with terraform. What is KMS? KMS is a key management service in google cloud where we can create key rings and keys for encryption By default every resource in GCP is encrypted with google managed encryption keys but with the help of this KMS, Continue Reading

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Spring Cloud GCP- Cloud Pub/Sub Receiving Messages

Reading Time: 3 minutes This is the second blog in the series Spring Cloud GCP- Cloud Pub/Sub. If you have not gone through the first part please navigate to Spring Cloud GCP- Cloud Pub/Sub Sending Messages. In this blog, we will create an application to receive messages that are sent by the sender application that we created in the last blog. We will use Google Cloud Pub/Sub as the Continue Reading

Spring Boot: Launch your application in Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Reading Time: 4 minutes Google Cloud Platform provides a cloud computing services that run the Spring Boot application in the cloud environment in much simpler and seamlessly manner. In this blog we will talk about Google Cloud Platform and Spring boot and how users can deploy spring boot application in App Engine Google Cloud Platform. Google Cloud Platform (GCP): Google Cloud Platform is offered by Google, is a suite Continue Reading

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How to host WordPress on Google Cloud MarketPlace

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hello Folks, In this article I’m going to show you How to host WordPress on Google Cloud MarketPlace in just a few steps. also, what is WordPress and what are the benefits to host it on Google Cloud future we’ll publish a blog on hosted WordPress. so let’s begin What is WordPress? WordPress is an open-source, Content Management System(CMS) written in PHP and paired with Continue Reading

How To Create GKE Cluster Using Ansible

Reading Time: 2 minutes Introduction Ansible is an automation tool for IT. It controls configuration management, ad-hoc task execution, network automation, multi-node orchestration, application deployment, and cloud provisioning. Google Kubernetes Engine gives an environment for deploying, managing, and scaling our containerized application. In this blog, we will demonstrate How To Create GKE Cluster Using Ansible. Prerequisites GCP project with enabled billing GCP Service account with attached roles for GKE Continue Reading

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Dashboards and alerts in GCP Cloud Operations

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hi Readers, In previous blog we understood the need and role of GCP Cloud monitoring, logging, error debugging and so on. In this blog we will see how we can work with GCP Cloud Operations to create dashboards and alerts to get notified in case of any event happening against our set alert policy. Step-1 :Create a simple instance with Firewalls to allow HTTP traffic Continue Reading

Introduction to Google Cloud Operations Suite

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hi Readers, Once we have deployment our code to production and the application is in use by large number of users we want to make sure that our application is reliable and highly available to the users. However anything we try, there would be always be some chances of failures. We can’t remove them but we can definitely follow several things to minimise it. In Continue Reading

BigQuery: Rescue to the Conventional Data warehouse Problems

Reading Time: 4 minutes The present and future of every industry sector somehow depends on the ability to use the massive amounts of data. Use the data available to drive better product quality at a lower cost. Make favourable business decisions with data. Primarily, for decades, to store a wide variety of massive data and perform analysis on it, using Data Warehouse solutions. Traditional data warehouses designed on-premise specifically Continue Reading

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Google Cloud Operations Suite

Reading Time: 6 minutes Introduction Google Cloud’s operations suite (formerly Stackdriver) is a set of tools to help you monitor, debug, and trace your applications and infrastructure running in Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to ensure good performance and availability.   What is the operations suite? Google Cloud’s operations suite is made up of products to monitor, troubleshoot and operate your services at scale, enabling your DevOps, SREs, or ITOps Continue Reading