Google Cloud Armor has the following quotas:
|Number of security policies per project||10|
|Number of security rules per project across all security policies||200|
|Number of rules with an advanced match condition across all security policies per project||20|
Google Cloud Armor has the following limits:
|Number of IP addresses or IP address ranges per rule||10|
|Number of subexpressions for each rule with a custom expression||5|
|Number of characters for each subexpression in a custom expression||1024|
|Number of characters in a custom expression||2048|
|Number of regular expression matches for each custom expression||1|
|Number of requests per second per project across all backends with a Google Cloud Armor security policy. Google Cloud Armor limits the volume of traffic that can be processed by all security policies on a per-project basis. Direct any requests for QPS quota increases to your account team.||20,000|
In addition, other resources used with Google Cloud Armor might also have quotas.
Google Cloud enforces quotas on resource usage for many reasons. For example, quotas protect the community of Google Cloud users by preventing unforeseen spikes in usage. Google Cloud also offers free trial quotas that provide limited access for projects that are only exploring Google Cloud on a free trial basis.
Not all projects have the same quotas. As your use of Google Cloud expands over time, your quotas might increase accordingly. If you expect a notable upcoming increase in usage, you can proactively request quota adjustments from the Quotas page in the Google Cloud Console.
Checking your quota
To check the available quota for resources in your project, follow these steps.
In the Google Cloud Console, go to the Quotas page.
To search for the quota that you want to update, use the Filter table. If you don't know the name of the quota, use the links on this page instead.
gcloud command-line tool, run the following command to check your quotas.
PROJECT_ID with your own project ID:
gcloud compute project-info describe --project PROJECT_ID
To check your used quota in a region, run the following command:
gcloud compute regions describe example-region
Requesting additional quota
To request additional quota, you must have the
permission. This permission is included by default for the following
predefined roles: Owner,
Editor, and Quota Administrator.
To request additional quota, follow these steps.
In the Cloud Console, go to the Quotas page.
Select the quotas that you want to change.
At the top of the page, clickEdit quotas.
Fill out your name, email, and phone number, and then click Next.
Fill in your quota request, and then click Done.
Submit your request.
You will receive a response from the Google Cloud Armor team within 24 to 48 hours of your request.
Plan and request additional resources at least a week in advance to ensure that there is enough time to fulfill your request.