If your organization or customers haven’t yet migrated to the cloud, don’t think it won’t happen, because it very likely will.
If you’re a network engineer, system admin, or anyone that is supporting infrastructure in the cloud, it’s in in your best interest to understand how it differs from your traditional on-premises data center environments – networking included.
If you’ve worked with Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure, you’ll feel quite at home with GCP, which shares much of the same concepts and capabilities.
However, there are a few key differences between each provider that you should be aware of if migrating or mobilizing workloads between them.
GCP Components & Fundamentals include:
In this article, we’ll be going over some of the networking basics of GCP for 2020, including: