This lab walks you through the GCP Cloud Storage Bucket.
Giving access permissions across the internet for all the objects
Creating an HTTP(s) Load balancer by attaching a backend bucket
Enabling Cloud CDN for the objects in the bucket
Duration: 45 minutes
Cloud CDN can be enabled easily by checking a box while setting up the backends or the origins.
Cloud CDN makes it easier to serve web and media content using Google Cloud Storage.
It can be done by uploading the content to a bucket and setting up a load balancer and enabling the caching for this bucket.
The maximum lifetime of the object in the cache is defined by the TTL( Time to Live)
Login into GCP Console
Creating a Bucket and Uploading an object
Giving public access permissions for the objects
Attaching the backend bucket in the HTTP(s) Load balancer
Enabling Cloud CDN for the Backend bucket
Accessing the object on the internet by using the Load balancer IP