Migrate for Anthos: Qwik Start

In this Project, you will:

Create a Compute Engine hosting a Web Server Create a GKE cluster to host the migrated Compute Engine

Migrate the Compute Engine using Migrate for Anthos

Test the Web Server that exists in GKE

1 hour
Beginner
No download needed
Shareable certificate
English
Desktop only

This is a self-paced lab that takes place in the Google Cloud console. In this lab you'll use Migrate for Anthos to migrate a Compute Engine VM instance to a corresonding container image hosted in a Kubernetes pod.

Skills you will develop

  • Google Compute Engine

  • GKE

  • Anthos

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