Getting Started with Cloud Shell & gcloud
Google Cloud Shell provides you with
gcloud command-line access to computing resources hosted on the Google Cloud Platform. Cloud Shell is a Debian-based virtual machine with a persistent 5GB home directory, which makes it easy for you to manage your GCP projects and resources. The Cloud SDK
gcloud and other utilities you need come pre-installed in Cloud Shell, which allows you to get up and running quickly.
In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to connect to computing resources hosted on the Google Cloud Platform via Cloud Shell. You will learn how to use Cloud Shell and the
We encourage students to type the commands themselves, to help encourage learning of the core concepts. Many labs will include a code block that contains the required commands. You can easily copy and paste the commands from the code block into the appropriate places during the lab.
What you'll do
- Practice using
- Connect to storage services hosted on the Google Cloud Platform.
Familiarity with standard Linux text editors such as
- Temporary Access
- Bite Sized
Create a cloud storage bucket
Upload some data to the bucket