This lab walks you through Hosting a Static website in Cloud Storage.
Giving access permissions across the internet for the website.
Creating a HTTP(s) Load balancer by attaching a backend bucket
Enabling Cloud CDN for the Static Website
Duration: 60 minutes
This lab helps you to understand how to host the static website on Google Cloud Storage.
To host a static website, you need to have the relevant code for your website.
By having the HTML code you can simply upload all the files in the Cloud Storage bucket.
For optimizing your website you will be enabling the Cloud CDN by using the Load Balancer.
Therefore, By using the Load Balancer IP you are able to serve the website across the internet.
Login into GCP Console.
Creating a Bucket and Uploading a html file
Giving public access permissions for the html file
Attaching the backend bucket in the HTTP(s) Load balancer
Enabling Cloud CDN for the Backend bucket
Accessing the website in the internet by using the Load balancer IP