4. What is Cloud?
Cloud computing is on-demand access, via the internet, to
computing resources—applications, servers (physical
servers and virtual servers), data storage, development
tools, networking capabilities, and more—hosted at a remote
data center managed by a cloud services provider.
5. Future of Cloud
1. Serverless Computing
2. Enhanced data storage capacities
3. Cloud Gaming
4. Disaster Recovery
11. Labs to be Completed
(by the enrolled participants of your campus)
Google Cloud Computing
30th September,2023 30th September,2023
(Courses and Quests)
Your completions will be tracked only until the above mentioned dates.
Last date to
12. Accessing the Google Cloud Computing
Foundation (GCCF) Pathway
1. Access the credit pass before 14th oct, 5pm IST
The credit pass is recommended to be redeemed before 14th October to follow the learning from the
2. Every participant shall have a unique access code, which needs to be redeemed on registered
Google Cloud Skill Boost Account.
Completions will be tracked only on the provided participant Google Cloud Skill Boost Account.
DO NOT redeem the code on any other account, else their completions will not be tracked.
3. Completing all the Quests and Courses inside the labs is mandatory.
Else, your completion will not be considered for the final milestone calculations.
4. You’ll earn badges after completing respective courses and quests.
18. The Cloud Console provides a web-based GUI for you
to manage Google Cloud projects and resources
● Centralized console for all project
● Execute common tasks using
simple mouse clicks.
● Manage and create projects.
● Access developer tools:
○ Cloud Source Repositories
○ Cloud SDK
○ Cloud Shell
● Access to product APIs.
21. Project ID Project name Project number
Globally unique Need not be unique Globally unique
Assigned by Google Cloud
but mutable during creation
Chosen by you Assigned by Google Cloud
Immutable after creation Mutable Immutable
Projects have three identifying attributes