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Elastic Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation complete course is currently being offered by Google Cloud through Coursera platform. 

Learning Outcomes

Learn about Google Cloud and how to interact with the Google Cloud Console and Cloud Shell.

- Create VPC networks and other networking objects. 

- Understand virtual machines

- Create virtual machines using Compute Engine. 

Skills You Will Gain

  • Google Compute Engine
  • Virtual Machine
  • Network Architecture
  • Google Cloud Platform

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Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Quiz Answers - Coursera!


Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Week 1 Quiz Answers - Coursera!

(Quiz 1)

Q1) Which of the following does not allow you to interact with GCP ?

Cloud Explorer

Q2) What is the difference between GCP Console and Cloud Shell ?

Cloud Shell is a command-line tool, while GCP Console is a graphical user interface

(Quiz 2)

Q1) In GCP, what is the minimum number of IP addresses that a VM instance needs?

One: Only an internal IP address

Q2) What are the three types of networks offered in the Google Cloud Platform?

Default network, auto network, and custom network.

Q3) What is one benefit of applying firewall rules by tag rather than by address?

When a VM is created with a matching tag, the firewall rules apply irrespective of the IP address it is assigned.

Essential Google Cloud Infrastructure: Foundation Week 2 Quiz Answers - Coursera!

Q1) Which statement is true of Virtual Machine Instances in Google Compute Engine ?

In Compute Engine, a VM is a networked service that simulates the features of a computer.

Q2) What are sustained use discounts?

Automatic discounts that you get for running specific Compute Engine resources for a significant portion of the billing month

Q3) Which statement is true of persistent disks ?

Persistent disks are encrypted by default.

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