ℹ The workshop we will be covering how to achieve the learning objectives on Windows. While most of the content is the same across all platforms, there are a few differences in tools and procedures for some aspects.
- How to use the Linux terminal and basic commands
- Setting up and connecting to Google Compute Engine
- Configuring gunicorn and nginx to deploy your web app.
By the end of the workshop, we hope that you will be able to lose all your savings to a massive GCP bill that you have no way of paying. jk, not really don’t worry i won’t let it happen :)
- Shoham Chakraborty
- Tan Li Ling
|Google Cloud Platform||GCP|
|Google Compute Engine||GCE|
|Google App Engine||GAE|
|Windows Subsystem for Linux||WSL|
|Domain Naming System||DNS|
|Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer||TLS/SSL|
Due to the sheer number of permutations of tools available, we can only cover a small set of them. In the workshop we will use the following applications:
- Windows Subsystem for Linux 2.0 running Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
- PuTTY and PuTTYgen