You bought a .dev domain so you need to have incoming traffic on https (TCP port 443). This domain (and several others) have HSTS enabled for the entire TLD and so require the use of https.
Your GCP firewall shows you have an allow rule for this traffic but only for VMs tagged https-server. Your VM did not have this tag, so giving it this tag will allow port ...
I don't think this issue is with "DNS Administrator" role. To add a record dns.changes.create and dns.resourceRecordSets.create roles on the project is required --------> basically to create/update/delete an record
As per GCP documentation on roles Role roles/dns.admin title DNS Administrator has dns.changes.* which should include create/update/...
You might want to try IAM Roles if you do a proper role segmentation within the users of your organization you can restrict all users/groups from creating VMw on your GCP project.
Here is another link regarding IAM
There is a hard limit of Cloud Routers per VPC/Region and is 5. It is not possible to increase this limit
If you are planning to choose another region to deploy your Cloud Router the considerations depends your use case, it’s recommended to choose a region and zone closer to your point of service in order to decrease the latency, also I kindly suggest to ...
As stated in documentation:
Regardless of whether your cluster is enrolled in a release channel or not, cluster control planes are always upgraded on a regular basis.
. . .
Automatic upgrades are typically performed in stages over multiple weeks. Infrastructure security is high priority for GKE, and as such control planes are upgraded on a ...
Make sure that you’ve completed the DNSSEC setup at your registrar, you can do this by creating a DS record for your domain in the parent zone, so that resolvers know your domain is DNSSEC-enabled and can validate its data.
Update your both DNS A and AAAA records to point to the load balancer's IP address, check here for help.
Ensure that you didn’t miss ...
The first and easy way to do it is stop and restart your VM.
"Ephemeral external IP addresses remain attached to a VM instance only until the VM is stopped and restarted or the instance is terminated. If an instance is stopped, any ephemeral external IP addresses that were assigned to the instance are released back into the general Compute Engine pool ...
Although VM gets deleted you can see the wordpress deployment properties in the deployment manager. Delete the wordpress properties in the deployment manager and redeploy it.
If your Compute Engine Instance was deleted, it is not possible to restore it. During
the creation of the Instance you could configure deletion rules to keep the boot
disk when the ...
There are a lot of supported notification channel types available to get notified for Cloud Monitoring alerts. Email, SMS, Webhooks and PagerDuty to name a few. And since you already have a working setup in PagerDuty, same as what Michael Hampton, I would recommend for you to integrate that to Cloud Monitoring.
To configure a PagerDuty notification channel ...
You can open a support case against the billing team, billing team will contact you in order yo clarify the month statement, if they made a mistake they can take actions.
You don't need a role based support.
All Google Cloud accounts get free billing and payments support.
For Billing Administrators
For Cloud Billing accounts you own, follow this link to ...
MySQL 8.x is actually ‘IS’ supported, but requires a slightly different command when creating the user and password, as version 8 expects passwords to be SHA256 encoded.
When creating the database user, with the MySQL prompt, use the following:
ALTER USER 'username'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED WITH mysql_native_password BY 'password';
So WITH ...
No, Google Cloud internal load balancers are limited to backends in a single region.
External load balancer with one IP and resources in multiple regions is available, in the premium network tier.
GCP assumes regions are internally redundant, regions are isolated from each other, and global load balancer means external. They are not interested in private ...
I think it could be helpful the following public information that share the differences between Load Balancing and choose what is the best option for your implementation, you can see a table with the comparatives that you are sharing.
For internal purposes we only have 2 choices Internal HTTP(S) and Internal TCP/UDP. None of these can be used as a ...
“But it would be great with an issue tracker of some sorts?
Or a status page if anyone knows about it?”
Yes, visit here to check status information on the services that are part of Google Cloud.
For third party softwares like NPM, you can check their respective status pages, for example - this for NPM.
Subsequently, you can also check build logs, ...
If you delete your Google Workspace account, it will delete your Organization and all resources associated with it. Therefore, if you want to delete your Organization, you can do so by deleting your Google Workspace account. For Cloud Identity users, cancel all other Google services, then delete your Google account. This is potentially a very damaging ...
Here  you can see the official procedure to follow in case you would like to migrate a project from an Organization or even a project from a NO-Organization project(Handling special cases).
Create a migration plan
Configure organization policies
Perform the migration
Google recently changed and allowed the use of floating IP's and this is described..
The solution comes down to the 2 lines of code below at the end between ----- and -----, not accounting for the creation of the ip-fallover network where you will launch your instances