This video walks you through how to create a virtual private cloud.
Virtual Private Cloud is:
● Global – A single Google Cloud VPC can span multiple regions without communicating across the public Internet. Single connection points between VPC and on-premises resources provides global VPC access, reducing cost and complexity.
● Shareable – With a single VPC for an entire organization, teams can be isolated within projects, with separate billing and quotas, yet still maintain a shared private IP space and access to commonly used services such as VPN or Cloud Interconnect.
● Private – Get private access to Google services, such as storage, big data, analytics, or machine learning, without having to give your service a public IP address. Configure your application’s front end to receive Internet requests and shield your back-end services from public endpoints, all while being able to access Google Cloud services.
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