Network Performance and Optimization
Advanced 7 pasos 7 horas 53 créditos
If you want to take your GCP networking skills to the next level, look no further. This quest is composed of labs that cover real-life use cases and it will teach you best practices for overcoming common networking bottlenecks. From getting hands-on practice with testing and improving network performance, to integrating high-throughput VPNs and networking tiers, Network Performance and Optimization is an essential quest for GCP developers who are looking to double down on application speed and robustness.
Requisitos previos:This Quest requires proficiency in computing and networking in GCP. It is recommended that the student have at least earned a Badge by completing the hands-on labs in the Networking in the Google Cloud and/or Cloud Architecture Quests before beginning. Additional experience with the labs in the Deployment Manager Quest will also be useful.
In this lab, you'll learn important connectivity, performance, testing, and troubleshooting techniques in the Google Cloud Networking insfrastructure environment.
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En este lab, trabajará con elementos prácticos de pruebas de rendimiento, con la mirada puesta en mejorar el ancho de banda de red en su entorno. Para ello, utilizará distintos tamaños de núcleo y redes internas frente a externas.
In this lab, you'll work on further practical elements of performance testing, toward improving network server performance by using load balancing and content caching.
In this lab you will learn how to create secure, high-throughput VPN and test the speed.
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