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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

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How to use Google Cloud IAM on Cloud Storage?

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello folks, In this blog, we’ll explore What abstraction is primarily used to administer user access in IAM? also how we can create and set permissions to the service account role in GCP. Create Service Account for all buckets objects: click IAM & admin > Service Accounts Click createserviceaccount  Name: serviceacc1 click CREATE AND CONTINUE Add two roles: Storage Object Viewer and Storage Object Creator Click CONTINUE and DONE Alright, 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

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Choosing the right GCP storage option

Reading Time: 4 minutes Overview GCP storage has a wide range of managed storage and database options in its portfolio. Knowing the characteristics of each and being able to select a suitable solution is vital as an architect during the design process. The choice of the right GCP storage solution is not simple. Making a decision on which storage solution is right for your requirements is a balance of Continue Reading

How to play with VPC Firewall and Subnets using gcloud CLI

Reading Time: 4 minutes Hello Readers! In this blog we will see how we can play with VPC Firewall and subnets using gcloud CLI in a few simple steps. Before starting this we again have some prerequisites you need to follow: You must have a GCP account for this and you must have activated your GCP cloud shell.  Let’s get started! List the VPC : The command for listing Continue Reading

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How to create GKE cluster on GCP using Terraform

Reading Time: 4 minutes GCP is a cloud platform provided by Google. In this blog, we will see how we can provision GKE Google Kubernetes Engine on GCP by using Terraform. Kubernetes is a container orchestration system for managing container-based applications and automated software deployments & management. We will deploy a GKE cluster on GCP by using some Terraform script and modules. Prerequisites – GKE on GCP with Terraform Continue Reading

Airflow on Google Cloud Composer

Reading Time: 4 minutes If you are wondering how to start working with Apache Airflow for small development or academic purposes here you will learn how to. Well deploying Airflow on GCP Compute Engine (self-managed deployment) could cost less than you think with all the advantages of using its services like BigQuery or Dataflow. Table of Content What is apache airflow cloud composer overview Google cloud composer benefit Composer Continue Reading