Google Cloud Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure introduces important concepts and terminology for working with Google Cloud. Through videos and hands-on labs, this course presents and compares many of Google Cloud's computing and storage services, along with important resource and policy management tools.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM GOOGLE CLOUD FUNDAMENTALS: CORE INFRASTRUCTURE
Video content served as a great intro, but at times more detail was needed to complete tests with high scores. Consider adding more content in videos or links to articles with more info before tests.
Great time to learn various useful services and resources provided by Coursera. Well Structured with Hands-On Environments. Thanks to Google and Coursera for providing this kind of valuable course.
it was awesome experience to complete this course.i have small suggestion for that is demonstration videos are i think old and while doing actual lab it is little bit hard but info helped me alot.
This course is useful for those who wants to explorer google cloud platform
e.g: what database engine should I use?
what is more cost efficient for our application, Compute engine or App engine
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