Use VPC Service Controls to secure your pipeline

VPC Service Controls is a Google Cloud product that lets you set up a secure perimeter to guard against data exfiltration. This page shows how to use VPC Service Controls with a live stream private pool to secure your live streams.


Protecting input endpoints within a VPC Service Controls perimeter requires setting up a private connection to the live stream service and switching to a private pool in the Live Stream API.

Enable VPC Service Controls enforcement for the Live Stream API

  1. Set up a private connection between your virtual private cloud network and the Live Stream API producer network using private services access. See Configure private services access.
  2. Configure the live stream default pool to use the private connection created in the previous step. See Configure a private pool.