NOTE: Some aspects of this product are in Beta. The hybrid installation options are GA. To join the Beta program, reach out to your Apigee representative.

Step 2: Create a Google Cloud project

Apigee hybrid requires that you have a Google Cloud project, which you can create after you create a Google Cloud account.

This section describes how to create a new Google Cloud project. If you want to use an existing Google Cloud project (of which you are an owner) with hybrid, skip to Step 3: Enable APIs.

To create a new Google Cloud project:

  1. Open the Google Cloud Console and log in with the account you created in Step 1: Create a Google Cloud account.
  2. Click the project selector Select a project:

    Google Cloud select a project option highlighted.

    The project selector dialog box displays:

    Google Cloud project selector with new project option highlighted.

  3. Click New Project.

    The New Project view displays.

  4. Enter a friendly name for your project in the Project name field. The project name can contain only letters, numbers, single quotes, hyphens, spaces, or exclamation points.

    Google Cloud generates a corresponding project ID below the Project name field, as the following example shows.

    Google Cloud new project with Project ID name highlighted.

    You can change the generated Project ID by clicking Edit, but the project ID must be unique. The project ID can have lowercase letters, digits, or hyphens, and must start with a lowercase letter.

    Take note of the Project ID. You will use it later in this setup process.

  5. In the Billing account field, select the Google Cloud billing account to use to pay for your project. If you do not yet have a Google Cloud billing account, see the following:
  6. In the Location field, select a folder for your project. Folders are an optional part of the Google Cloud project resource tree.
  7. Click Create.

    Google Cloud creates your new project.

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