Google VPC

Google Cloud VPC

πŸ“Œ A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a secure, isolated private cloud hosted within a public cloud where customers can run code, store data, host websites, and do anything else they could do in an ordinary private cloud, but the private cloud is hosted remotely by a public cloud provider.

πŸ“Œ Google Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) provides networking for your cloud-based resources and services that are global, scalable, and flexible. It facilitates networking functionality to Compute Engine VM instances, GKE clusters, and the App Engine flexible environment.

πŸ“Œ It constitutes of the following components: Networks, Subnets, Firewall, IP Addresses, Routes

To get in-depth knowledge, read this blog postπŸ“ at to learn more about the VPC components and their benefits.

The blog covers the following topics:

β€’ What is Virtual Private Cloud?

β€’ Overview: Google Cloud VPC

β€’ VPC components

β€’ Networks & Subnets

β€’ Benefits of VPC

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