Cloud CDN: Cloud CDN uses Google's
globally distributed edge points of presence to cache
HTTP(S) load balanced content close to your users.
Cloud DNS: Cloud DNS is a high
performance, resilient, global, fully-managed DNS service
that provides a RESTful API to publish and manage DNS
records for your applications and services.
Cloud Firewall: Cloud Firewall is a
fully distributed, cloud-native firewall service that
evaluates incoming and outgoing traffic on a network,
according to user-defined firewall rules in the policy.
Cloud IDS (Cloud Intrusion Detection
System): Cloud IDS is a managed service that
aids in detecting certain malware, spyware,
command-and-control attacks, and other network-based
Cloud Interconnect: Cloud Interconnect
offers enterprise-grade connections to Google Cloud
Platform using Google Services for Dedicated Interconnect,
Partner Interconnect and Cloud VPN. This solution allows
you to directly connect your on-premises network to your
Virtual Private Cloud.
Cloud Load Balancing: Cloud Load
Balancing provides scaling, high availability, and traffic
management for your internet-facing and private
Cloud NAT (Network Address Translation):
Cloud NAT enables instances in a private network to
communicate with the internet.
Cloud Router: Cloud Router enables
dynamic Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) route updates
between your VPC network and your non-Google network.
Cloud VPN: Cloud VPN allows you to
connect to your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) network from
your existing network, such as your on-premises network,
another VPC network, or another cloud provider's network,
through an IPsec connection using (i) Classic VPN, which
supports dynamic (BGP) routing or static routing
(route-based or policy-based), or (ii) HA
(high-availability) VPN, which supports dynamic routing
with a simplified redundancy setup, separate failure
domains for the gateway interfaces, and a higher service
Google Cloud Armor: Google Cloud Armor
offers a policy framework and rules language for
customizing access to internet-facing applications and
deploying defenses against denial of service attacks as
well as targeted application attacks. Components of Google
Cloud Armor include: L3/L4 volumetric DDos Protection,
preconfigured web-application firewall (WAF) rules, and
custom rules language.
Google Cloud Armor Managed Protection
Plus: Google Cloud Armor Managed Protection
Plus is a managed application protection service
subscription that bundles Google Cloud Armor WAF and DDoS
Protection with additional services and capabilities
including DDoS response support, DDoS bill protection, and
Google Cloud Armor Adaptive Protection, which is Google’s
machine-learning based solution to protect internet-facing
endpoints from network and application-based attacks.
Media CDN: Media CDN is a content delivery network
that leverages Google’s global edge cache nodes to deliver
exceptional caching efficiency and end user experiences.
Network Connectivity Center: Network Connectivity
Center is a hub-and-spoke model for network
connectivity management in Google Cloud that facilitates
connecting a customer's resources to its cloud network.
Network Intelligence Center: Network
Intelligence Center is Google Cloud’s comprehensive
network monitoring, verification, and optimization
platform across the Google Cloud, multi-cloud, and on-prem
Network Service Tiers: Network Service
Tiers enable you to select different quality networks
(tiers) for outbound traffic to the internet: the Standard
Tier primarily utilizes third party transit providers
while the Premium Tier leverages Google's private backbone
and peering surface for outbound data transfer.
Service Directory: Service
Directory is a managed service that offers customers
a single place to publish, discover and connect their
services in a consistent way, regardless of their
environment. Service Directory supports services in Google
Cloud, multi-cloud, and on-prem environments and can scale
up to thousands of services and endpoints for a single
Spectrum Access System: Spectrum Access System
enables you to access the Citizens Broadband Radio Service
(CBRS) in the United States, the 3.5 GHz band that is
available for shared commercial use. You can use Spectrum
Access System to register your CBRS devices, manage your
CBRS deployments, and access a non-production test
environment (if offered).
Traffic Director: Traffic Director is
Google Cloud Platform's traffic management service for
open service meshes.
Virtual Private Cloud: Virtual Private
Cloud provides a private network topology with IP
allocation, routing, and network firewall policies to
create a secure environment for your deployments.