Google Cloud (GCP)

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Google Cloud: “You do not have permission to create projects in this location”

Have you ever had the headache where you cannot create a project in your GCP organization. It can be extremely frustrating. Go to the google cloud console and make yourself an OrgAdmin, Owner, and ProjectCreator with these commands: gcloud organizations add-iam-policy-binding *myOrgId* –member=”user:m…@here.com” –role=”roles/resourcemanager.organizationAdmin” gcloud organizations add-iam-policy-binding *myOrgId* –member=”user:[email protected]” –role=”roles/owner” gcloud...

Create a complete environment in GCP using the GCLOUD shell 0

Create a complete environment in GCP using the GCLOUD shell

This article is to show you how powerful the GCP gcloud shell command prompt is. You can use it to create an entire environment without ever having to log into the GCP web console. Here we will create a Load balanced compute engine cluster. Create environments in cloud shell First...

Auto-Scaling in GCP 0

Auto-Scaling in GCP

Auto-Scaling is the ability for the Google Compute Engine to scale up or down dependent on a health policy. The most common use is to scale up when demand on a server spikes up. The Policies that define Autoscaling healthchecks are: Average CPU utilization HTTP load balancing service capacity Max...

Kubernetes (GKE) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) – An Introduction 0

Kubernetes (GKE) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) – An Introduction

Introduction to GKE The blog is an introduction to the theory of Kubernetes on Google Cloud Platform. This is somethimes reffered to as GKE on GCP. GKE has the following Key Features of a managed service: Fault Tolerance Auto healing Isolation Scaling Autoscaling Load Balancing Pods objects Container run isolated...

How to plan a successful migration to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) ? 0

How to plan a successful migration to Google Cloud Platform (GCP) ?

One of the first questions I am asked is how do you get all your stuff into Google Cloud Platform. There are a number of scenarios to consider when planning on moving to the Cloud. Firstly, where is your existing infrastructure. Do you have your own datacenter, a colocation site,...

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