Who is this class for: This specialization is intended for Systems Operations professionals and Cloud Architects using Google Cloud Platform to design, create, or migrate application environments and infrastructure.


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LevelIntermediate
Commitment1 week of study, 4-6 hours/week
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 of 105 ratings

good course and will take it again

great learning sets and again loved using all the tools introduced, but would love to see this updated with Spanner, Functions and other new features

Unless I missed something, the penultimate lab (startup scripts) seems to contain some errors or missing parts : the /proxy/proxy_cloud_sql script is not installed on the guestbook instance and there are some permission issues related to the SQL API. I wonder if the Startup Scripts labs shouldn't be positioned after the SLQ API lab, at the very end. By the way, it's not a blocking issue, just a little bit frustrating. Troubleshooting brings a stronger understanding of the various steps.

Very good course, regardless of the fact it is extremely shorter than the previous two. I do wish the quizzes had a few more questions each, but the course as a whole does a great job breaking down some important GCP features.