Ultimate Google Professional Cloud Network Engineer 2020
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Ultimate Google Professional Cloud Network Engineer 2020

210,000 Students & 300,000 Subscriptions: 2020 Complete Google Cloud platform Professional Cloud Network Engineer Course
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4.3 (256 ratings)
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Last updated 8/2019
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This course includes
  • 10 hours on-demand video
  • 4 articles
  • 1 Practice Test
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Google Cloud : Complete Professional Cloud Network Engineer
Requirements
  • Basic Understanding of Computer Networking will help student to prepare fast
Description

This is another course of Google Cloud Platform for Professional Cloud Network Engineer - Google Cloud Platform. 

We have 210,000+ students for our google cloud platform training and we only provide Google Cloud training since 2017.


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Date Apr 17

Segsik Ikuesan6:14am

Thanks for a brilliant course i completed and passed my GCP Networking Engineer.


This Course is still in Beta - No Questions Yet.


The structure of this course

- Aligns exact syllabus to training materials (final section is still under progress)

- Detail Theory and Hands on ! 

- Syllabus coverage Analysis for every sections.


Section - 1 to 1 mapping with google certification outline for Certification -> Professional Network Engineer

Section 1, 2, 3 of the course is to get you started with Google Cloud platform




Who this course is for:
  • Students preparing for Google Cloud Network Engineer Certification
Course content
Expand all 63 lectures 09:46:34
+ Introduction
6 lectures 01:06:02
Know your Certification Boundary
08:18
Google Cloud Platform Introduction Part 1
20:20
Google Cloud Platform Introduction Part 2
15:34
Subscribing for $300 Free Trial
02:48
Other ways to do practice
06:54
+ Google Cloud Platform Interfaces
6 lectures 19:33
Google Cloud Platform Interfaces
02:14
Cloud Console
03:26
Cloud SDK Installations
02:21
Cloud Shell
05:01
Cloud API
04:10
+ Section 1: Designing, Planning, and Prototyping a GCP Network
18 lectures 02:29:36
Section 1: Designing, Planning, and Prototyping a GCP Network
08:38

1.1 Designing the overall network architecture. Considerations include:

  • Failover and disaster recovery strategy

  • Options for high availability

  • DNS strategy (e.g., on-premises, Cloud DNS, GSLB)

  • Meeting business requirements

  • Meeting availability SLAs

  • Choosing the appropriate load balancing options

  • Optimizing for latency (e.g., MTU size, caches, CDN)

  • Understanding how quotas are applied per project and per VPC

  • Hybrid connectivity (e.g., Google private access for hybrid connectivity)

  • Container networking

  • IAM and security

  • SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS services

  • Microsegmentation for security purposes (e.g., using metadata, tags)

1.1 Designing the overall network architecture.
05:18
Designing the overall network - Options for HA
05:12
Designing the overall network - Options for Load Balancer
04:39
Designing the overall network - CDN
02:39
Designing the overall network - Project and Network Quota
03:15
Designing the overall network - Hybrid Connection
02:49
Designing the overall network - SAAS PAAS IAAS
07:19

1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Considerations include:

  • CIDR range for subnets

  • IP addressing (e.g., static, ephemeral, private)

  • Standalone or shared

  • Multiple vs. single

  • Multi-zone and multi-region

  • Peering

  • Firewall (e.g., service account–based, tag-based)

  • Routes

  • Differences between Google Cloud Networking and other cloud platforms

1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
17:16
1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) - Subnetworks
08:10
1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)-Fiewall & Routes
11:15
1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)-IP Address
12:05
1.2 Designing a Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)-Other Concepts
23:31

1.3 Designing a hybrid network. Considerations include:

  • Using Interconnect (e.g., dedicated vs. partner)

  • Peering options (e.g., direct vs. carrier)

  • IPsec VPN

  • Cloud Router

  • Failover and disaster recovery strategy (e.g., building high availability with BGP using cloud router)

  • Shared vs. standalone VPC Interconnect access

  • Cross-organizational access

  • Bandwidth

1.3 Designing a hybrid network
12:30
1.3 Designing a hybrid network-VPN
05:25
1.3 Designing a hybrid network-Cloud Router
05:36
1.3 Designing a hybrid network-Cloud Interconnect
09:21
1.4 Designing a Container IP Addressing plan for Google Kubernetes Engine
04:38
+ Section 2: Implementing a GCP Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
8 lectures 01:30:18

2.1 Configuring VPCs. Considerations include:

  • Configuring GCP VPC resources (CIDR range, subnets, firewall rules, etc.)

  • Configuring VPC Peering

  • Creating a shared VPC and explaining how to share subnets with other projects

  • Configuring API access (Private, Public, NAT GW, Proxy)

  • Configuring VPC flow logs

2.1 Configuring VPCs
00:47
VPC Configure
11:37
VPC Peering
02:09

2.2 Configuring routing. Tasks include:

  • Configuring internal static/dynamic routing

  • Configuring routing policies using tags and priority

  • Configuring NAT (e.g., CloudNAT, instance-based NAT)

2.2 Configuring routing
12:53

2.3 Configuring and maintaining Google Kubernetes Engine clusters. Considerations include:

  • VPC-native Clusters using Alias IPs

  • Clusters with Shared VPC

  • Private Clusters

  • Cluster Network policy

  • Adding authorized networks for Cluster Master Access

2.3 Configuring and maintaining Google Kubernetes Engine clusters - Part1
21:45
2.3 Configuring and maintaining Google Kubernetes Engine clusters - Part 2
08:28

2.4 Configuring and managing firewall rules. Considerations include:

  • Target network tags and service accounts

  • Priority

  • Network protocols

  • Ingress and egress rules

  • Firewall logs

2.4 Configuring and managing firewall rules.
20:36
+ Section 3: Configuring Network Services: Load Balancer, CDN , DNS
7 lectures 01:48:40

3.1 Configuring load balancing. Considerations include:

  • Creating backend services

  • Firewall and security rules

  • HTTP(S) load balancer: including changing URL maps, backend groups, health checks, CDN, and SSL certs

  • TCP and SSL Proxy Load Balancers

  • Network load balancer

  • Internal load balancer

  • Session affinity

  • Capacity scaling

3.1 Configuring load balancing
18:34
3.1 Configuring load balancing-HTTP LB
39:33
3.1 Configuring load balancing- SSL, TCP , INTERNAL LB
13:29

3.2 Configuring Cloud CDN. Considerations include:

  • Enabling and disabling Cloud CDN

  • Using cache keys

  • Cache invalidation

  • Signed URLs

3.2 Configuring Cloud CDN.
13:28

3.3 Configuring and maintaining Cloud DNS. Considerations include:

  • Managing zones and records

  • Migrating to Cloud DNS  - Pending

  • DNS Security (DNSSEC) - Pending

  • Global serving with Anycast

  • Cloud DNS

  • Internal DNS - Pending

  • Integrating on-premises DNS with GCP - Pending.

3.3 Configuring and maintaining Cloud DNS.
06:54
3.3 Configuring Cloud DNS -Demo
16:22

3.4 Enabling other network services. Considerations include:

  • Health checks for your instance groups

  • Canary (A/B) releases

  • Distributing backend instances using regional managed instance groups

  • Enabling private API access

3.4 Enabling other network services.
00:20
+ Section 4: Implementing Hybrid Interconnectivity
4 lectures 43:09
Section 4 - Implementing Hybrid Inter-connectivity
00:34

4.1 Configuring Interconnect. Considerations include:

  • Partner (e.g., Layer 2 vs. Layer 3 connectivity)

  • Virtualizing using Vlan attachments

  • Bulk storage uploads

4.1 Configuring Interconnect.
08:12
4.2 Configuring a site-to-site IPsec VPN
18:40
4.3 Configuring Cloud Router for reliability.
15:43
+ Section 5: Implementing Network Security
5 lectures 43:31

5.1 Configuring Identity and Access Management (IAM). Tasks include:

  • Viewing account IAM assignments

  • Assigning IAM roles to accounts or Google Groups

  • Defining custom IAM roles

  • Using pre-defined IAM roles (e.g., network admin, network viewer, network user)

5.1 Configuring Identity and Access Management (IAM)
07:47
Cloud IAM
21:29

5.2 Configuring Cloud Armor policies. Considerations include:

  • IP-based access control

5.2 Configuring Cloud Armor policies.
07:09
5.3 Configuring third-party device insertion into VPC using multi-nic (NGFW)
01:47
5.4 Managing keys for SSH access
05:19
+ Section 6: Managing and Monitoring Network Operations
6 lectures 53:36
6.1 Logging and monitoring with Stackdriver or GCP Console
03:11
6.1 Logging and monitoring with Stackdriver or GCP Console - Monitoring
26:53
6.1 Logging and monitoring with Stackdriver or GCP Console- Logging
23:08

6.2 Managing and maintaining security. Considerations include:

  • Firewalls (e.g., cloud-based, private)

  • Diagnosing and resolving IAM issues (shared VPC, security/network admin)

6.2 Managing and maintaining security.
00:02

6.3 Maintaining and troubleshooting connectivity issues. Considerations include:

  • Identifying traffic flow topology (e.g., load balancers, SSL offload, network endpoint groups)

  • Draining and redirecting traffic flows

  • Cross-connect handoff for Interconnect

  • Monitoring ingress and egress traffic using flow logs

  • Monitoring firewall logs

  • Managing and troubleshooting VPNs

  • Troubleshooting Cloud Router BGP peering issues

6.3 Maintaining and troubleshooting connectivity issues.
00:18

6.4 Monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting latency and traffic flow. Considerations include:

  • Network throughput and latency testing

  • Routing issues

  • Tracing traffic flow

6.4 Monitoring, maintaining, and troubleshooting latency and traffic flow.
00:04
+ Section 7: Optimizing Network Resources
3 lectures 12:08
Section 7: Optimizing Network Resources
00:30

7.1 Optimizing traffic flow. Considerations include:

  • Load balancer and CDN location

  • Global vs. Regional dynamic routing

  • Expanding subnet CIDR ranges in service

  • Accommodating workload increases (e.g., autoscaling vs. manual scaling)

7.1 Optimizing traffic flow.
05:45

7.2 Optimizing for cost and efficiency. Considerations include:

  • Cost optimization (Network Service Tiers, Cloud CDN, autoscaler (max instances))

  • Automation

  • VPN vs. Interconnect

  • Bandwidth utilization (e.g., kernel sys tuning parameters)

7.2 Optimizing for cost and efficiency.
05:53
+ Question Set - TBD
0 lectures 00:00

This Questions Set is for practice - Not for exam yet.

Practice Questions 2 - Not for Exam Yet
50 questions