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About the Course

This course gives participants a broad study of networking options on Google Cloud. Through recorded lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on labs, participants explore and deploy Google Cloud networking technologies, such as Google Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks, subnets and firewalls. The course also covers access control to networks, sharing networks and load balancing....

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SS
May 24, 2020

It was a nice training and well explained program. All the topic has been explained clearly. Practical in the training given a good exposure which really helps us to understand the topics very well.

SR
May 30, 2020

Networking in Google Cloud: Defining and Implementing Networks\n\nis a great way to learn about the basics for Devs learning GCloud . Thanks for the course. Regards appbootup.com

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By bhupesa p

May 10, 2020

Confidence building after working in Cloud.

By Pablo D

Jan 5, 2019

Little problems in labs. Excellent course.

By Michelle K

Feb 21, 2021

Practical and well delivered content.

By Gobind J

Jan 2, 2019

More quizzes would have been nice.

By Ranga A

Oct 26, 2019

Very useful and well explained

By JAGDISH S R

Sep 7, 2019

Good to learn GCP Network

By Josuah P

Jun 21, 2020

Good basic overview!

By Emil D

Dec 20, 2018

Some errors in labs

By Borja P

Jul 18, 2019

Great content

By Annu T

Mar 25, 2020

Thanks

By Huynh K L

Dec 27, 2020

Great

By angelo d c

Feb 11, 2021

nice

By RANE A N

Sep 27, 2020

my account have blocked due to my mistake when i performing quick lab practical please help me to solve that problem

By Ruan J

Apr 3, 2020

repetitive

By Ayush S

Apr 18, 2020

Focuses on procedures and doesn't provide context on what is being done. You're likely going to tune out in few minutes.

By Max O Z B

Dec 27, 2020

Should reduce on the amount of duration for each lab from 2 hrs to 1 hr per lab