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324 reviews

About the Course

This online course equips students to build highly reliable and efficient solutions on Google Cloud Platform, using proven design patterns and principles derived from Google Site Reliability Engineering (SRE). It is a continuation of the Architecting with Google Compute Engine Specialization and assumes hands-on experience with the technologies covered in the other courses in the specialization. Through a combination of presentations, challenges, and hands-on labs, participants learn to design GCP deployments that are highly reliable and secure; and how to operate GCP deployments in a highly available and cost-effective manner. This course teaches participants the following skills: ● Design for high availability, scalability, and maintainability. ● Assess tradeoffs and make sound choices among Google Cloud Platform products.. ● Integrate on-premises and cloud resources. ● Identify ways to optimize resources and minimize cost. ● Implement processes that minimize downtime, such as monitoring and alarming, unit and integration testing, production resilience testing, and incident post-mortem analysis. ● Implement policies that minimize security risks, such as auditing, separation of duties and least privilege. ● Implement technologies and processes that assure business continuity in the event of a disaster. Prerequisites ● Completion of prior courses in the Architecting with Google Cloud Platform Specialization or equivalent experience ● Basic proficiency with command-line tools and Linux operating system environments ● Systems Operations experience including deploying and managing applications, either on-premises or in a public cloud environment COMPLETION CHALLENGE Complete any GCP specialization from November 5 - November 30, 2019 for an opportunity to receive a GCP t-shirt (while supplies last). Check Discussion Forums for details....

Top reviews

RI

Aug 28, 2019

It was a wonderful course were I got to understand principles involved in business logic, determining youreaSLA, SLI and SLO and so many other design principles relevant for an end product scale.

ZJ

Oct 26, 2018

The course consists of up-to-date, rigorous, and interesting concepts. It is well-structured and well-narrated. I am excited and ready to try another specialization with Google Cloud.

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By Polineni A

Nov 08, 2019

This is the best course among all five course.

By Rishab J S

Nov 07, 2019

good

By Karuna G

Oct 26, 2019

Overall assignment given were very good. The discussion panel was inniovative. Thanks for being with us always

By Yetchu S

Oct 30, 2019

good

By TH

Oct 29, 2019

Good course as in this it will explain all the relevant tools and design for cloud builder

By Charul R

Oct 30, 2019

nice!

By Anil K

Nov 10, 2019

Very good and a must for anyone interested in building cloud solutions

By Amit H

Nov 10, 2019

Excellent material and hands on exercises.

By Hilal A J

Oct 27, 2019

Great

By Yash T

Oct 27, 2019

Awsome

By Hanna T

Oct 28, 2019

Very good Qwiklabs labs in this course!

By Indranil S

Oct 29, 2019

good

By Sachin C

Nov 11, 2019

Course is awesome

By Didit E W

Nov 12, 2019

Excelent

By 조경찬

Nov 13, 2019

very good

By Xinfeng C

Nov 13, 2019

very helpful

By Burhan K F

Nov 13, 2019

Thats awesome

By Aditi s

Nov 13, 2019

good experience

By Chirag P D

Nov 14, 2019

PERFECT COURSE OUTLINE !

By Prashant L

Nov 15, 2019

Great

By David A C C

Nov 16, 2019

Excelent Course

By Жуков Н

Jan 30, 2019

it is more hard than other courses, find some bugs

By Marcos V V S

Jan 31, 2019

Very good course, a lot of concepts about achitecture.

By Oskar E

Jan 23, 2019

Mostly good, but there was some issue with the first quicklabs. I wasn't able to get it to register 100% no matter what I tried.

By Sridhar T

Dec 14, 2018

Reliability explained very well