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Logging, Monitoring, and Observability in Google Cloud

Este curso de tres días dirigido por un instructor enseña a los participantes técnicas para monitorear, solucionar problemas y mejorar la infraestructura y el rendimiento de las aplicaciones en Google Cloud.
Guiados por los principios de Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) y utilizando una combinación de presentaciones, demostraciones, laboratorios prácticos y estudios de casos del mundo real, los asistentes adquieren experiencia con el monitoreo completo, la administración y el análisis de registros en tiempo real. depurar código en producción, rastrear cuellos de botella en el rendimiento de las aplicaciones y perfilar el uso de CPU y memoria.


In this course, participants will learn the following skills:

  • Plan and implement a well-architected logging and monitoring infrastructure
  • Define Service Level Indicators (SLIs) and Service Level Objectives (SLOs)
  • Create effective monitoring dashboards and alerts
  • Monitor, troubleshoot, and improve Google Cloud infrastructure
  • Analyze and export Google Cloud audit logs
  • Find production code defects, identify bottlenecks, and improve performance
  • Optimize monitoring costs


This class is intended for the following audience:

  • Cloud architects, administrators, and SysOps personnel

  • Cloud developers and DevOps personnel


To get the most out of this course, participants should have:

  • Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals: Core Infrastructure or equivalent experience
  • Basic scripting or coding familiarity
  • Proficiency with command-line tools and Linux operating system environments


24 hours (3 days)


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Dependencias de otros cursos y certificaciones con el curso de Logging, Monitoring and Observability in Google Cloud
Dependencias de otros cursos y certificaciones con el curso de Logging, Monitoring and Observability in Google Cloud

Course Outline

The course includes presentations, demonstrations, and hands-on labs.
  • Understand the purpose and capabilities of Google Cloud operations-focused components: Logging, Monitoring, Error Reporting, and Service Monitoring
  • Understand the purpose and capabilities of Google Cloud application performance management focused components: Debugger, Trace,
    and Profiler
  • Construct a monitoring base on the four golden signals: latency, traffic, errors, and saturation
  • Measure customer pain with SLIs
  • Define critical performance measures
  • Create and use SLOs and SLAs
  • Achieve developer and operation harmony with error budgets
  • Develop alerting strategies
  • Define alerting policies
  • Add notification channels
  • Identify types of alerts and common uses for each
  • Construct and alert on resource groups
  • Manage alerting policies programmatically
  • Choose best practice monitoring project architectures
  • Differentiate Cloud IAM roles for monitoring
  • Use the default dashboards appropriately
  • Build custom dashboards to show resource consumption and application load
  • Define uptime checks to track aliveness and latency
  • Integrate logging and monitoring agents into Compute Engine VMs
    and images
  • Enable and utilize Kubernetes Monitoring
  • Extend and clarify Kubernetes monitoring with Prometheus
  • Expose custom metrics through code, and with the help of
  • Identify and choose among resource tagging approaches
  • Define log sinks (inclusion filters) and exclusion filters
  • Create metrics based on logs
  • Define custom metrics
  • Link application errors to Logging using Error Reporting
  • Export logs to BigQuery
  • Collect and analyze VPC Flow logs and Firewall Rules logs
  • Enable and monitor Packet Mirroring
  • Explain the capabilities of Network Intelligence Center
  • Use Admin Activity audit logs to track changes to the configuration or metadata of resources
  • Use Data Access audit logs to track accesses or changes to user-provided resource data
  • Use System Event audit logs to track GCP administrative actions
  • Define incident management roles and communication channels
  • Mitigate incident impact
  • Troubleshoot root causes
  • Resolve incidents
  • Document incidents in a post-mortem process
  • Debug production code to correct code defects
  • Trace latency through layers of service interaction to eliminate performance bottlenecks
  • Profile and identify resource-intensive functions in an application
  • Analyze resource utilization cust for monitoring related components within Google Cloud
  • Implement best practices for controlling the cost of monitoring within Google Cloud