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  • 1. Google Cloud Cheat sheet @tweetpalani @vinothiniraju Web:
  • 2. - + • Per minute billing • Limited Service offerings • Performance : • Quick boot time, faster disk writes, high bandwidth network [ref1] • OS Offerings : • • Load Balancing : • GCE load balancers do not require any pre-warming & can server 1 million requests [ref2] Advanced networking & routing : [ref3, ref4] • • • • • • • L3 networks across regions Portable static public IPs across GCE instances across zones within a region External static IP address can be assigned to an instance with 1-1 NAT Enable Hybrid Cloud workload movements from private datacenter to GCE & vice versa by connecting the networks through IPSec Routers to route traffic between instances within GCE and traffic to/from internet Enable Proxy to set user access policies Auto-maintenance (zero downtime during maintenance) GCE does not support windows flavors yet. • No auto-scaling of instances • Advanced usage & performance metrics missing (only CPU utilization, network traffic & disk traffic are available)
  • 3. + • Instance, Disks & Images offerings : • • • • • • • shared-core instances for low-intensity workloads large persistent disks (capable of supporting up to 10 terabytes per volume). Supports 16 cores and 104 gigabytes of RAM Images can be shared across regions within a project Shared volumes across instances GCE allows to launch a linux servers with the any kernel or software including Docker (linux container), FOG, xfs and aufs. On Dec 2 2013, GCE announced support for SUSE and RHEL(in Limited Preview) and FreeBSD. [ref5] Big data : • • • - Big data analytics through big query – offers both offline & real time analytics Google cloud datastore (schema-less non-relational DB ,sqllike queries) handles 4 trillion read/write transactions per month [ref6] Support & SLAs : • • Support for simple to critical issue irrespective of the subscription level High financial credit backs in case of SLA failures & clear SLAs • Only MySQL for RDS • Not yet compliant with PCI DSS, FedRAMP, HIPPA etc • Market place : • GCE right now does not offer a market place for any preconfigured machine Images.
  • 4. References [ref1] By the numbers: How Google Compute Engine stacks up to Amazon EC2 [ref2] Compute Engine Load Balancing hits 1 million requests per second! [ref3] Speed, Efficiency, and Control: Advanced Packet Routing Techniques in a Google Compute Engine Network [ref4] C Is For Compute - Google Compute Engine (GCE) [ref5] Google Compute Engine is now Generally Available with expanded OS support, transparent maintenance, and lower prices [ref6] The Structure Show: Big Data is still a big deal and Google’s 4 trillion storage transactions