App Deployment, Debugging, and Performance
In this course, application developers learn how to design and develop cloud–native applications that seamlessly integrate managed services from the Google Cloud Platform. Through a combination of presentations, demos, and hands–on labs, participants learn how to create repeatable deployments by treating infrastructure as code, choose the appropriate application execution environment for an application, and debug/monitor application performance. Learners can choose to complete labs in their favorite language: Node.js, Java, or Python. Prerequisites and prework: – Completed Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals or have equivalent experience – Working knowledge of Node.js, Java, or Python – Basic proficiency with command–line tools and Linux operating system environments – Previous course(s) in the specialization We help millions of organizations empower their employees, serve their customers, and build what’s next for their businesses with innovative technology created in—and for—the cloud. Our products are engineered for security, reliability, and scalability, running the full stack from infrastructure to applications to devices and hardware. Our teams are dedicated to helping customers apply our technologies to create success.
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Randy C –
Another excellent course. The only issue is that volume on some videos are significantly lower than others. I was startled several times haha
Sambasivam S –
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Vishal R –
Short and crisp introduction to the topic.
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Douglas B –
I didn’t really get to learn anything in the way of developing applications for GCP. I just got advertised the capabilities of GCP then given some labs that weren’t essential but time constrained so I was limited. Then given some short, very easy multi choice tests. This is nothign more than a Google marketing program paid for by Coursera users.
Oleksii O –
Thanks for all 🙂
Shahrukh S –
Loved the course. It helped me put a lot of features together. One feedback for Coursera is to include all PDFs in a resource area like they did for the first course.
Joseph K –
Had some issues with content. Mainly repetition
DUC N –
I made a chatbot using what i’ve learned from the course https://www.messenger.com/t/gcpquizbot cloudfunctions only call when someone do quizz ( 2mil free ) datastore for 1gb free GCS for composing questions…. i’m about to apply cloud build to auto deployyy
Course is not diving into the basics and the internals, it is just an overview. Several labs were not so bad, but they are just clicking by the pre written instruction. The tests are too easy to pass.
Sahil K –
Neil T –
https://www.coursera.org/learn/app deployment debugging performance/exam/DZbFN/final quiz debugging monitoring and performance tuning Final Quiz: Debugging, Monitoring, and Performance Tuning 3. Question 3 “You can execute the gRPC calls for Cloud Datastore and Cloud Pub/Sub in series” This is a statement, not a question.
Saurabh K –
Awesome course content.
Kiran S –
Good course for beginning the work. Obviously it has so many components, so to become master, we need to practice a lot. This is precisely this course helps. It enables me to understand various components and services and use them effectively and embed into programming. I found it not difficult, because most of the questions asked are from the videos and course material itself. also, I have worked on google platform earlier, though not formal certification or training so far, for some of the components. Thanks a lot Google team, to give opportunity to learn and provide flexible platform.
M R S –
The Course was really helpful in understanding statck driver monitoring and different types of applications . The labs were really helpful in understanding the debugging applications etc
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Jose Y J –
Qwiklabs was having login issues in 3 of the lab assignments. It was requiring a phone number to proceed with login and cannot be skipped. These Google accounts provided were temporary or disposable accounts that were tied to the course. Something like this should not happen at all, but I suppose their system glitched.
Rajesh S –
Course was amazingly designed. But i found certain topics to be repeated in different modules.
Dmytro K –
Very sloppy work on the quizes
Willian H B –
This course is essential to learn how to deploy applications in GCP and what is the correct tools to use for each specific case.
senn l –
Overall this specialization is learning to deliver applications on GCP cloud. I have noticed that many costs are hidden and the cost factors are unknown until after launch. Enterprise cloud users (management) are usually shocked because they only see the bill after production launch, it would be too late for them to change anything ( learned that from using AWS). To be helpful and be fair to enterprise users, Cloud vendor(s) should integrate cost threshold configuration settings to supporting features along with providing GCP system engineer to work with the clients on the initial deliverable.
Edson J R d M –
This resume of Google features to software and infrastructure is very good to understand how this ecosystem works!
Remi G –
A bit fast
Nijendra N –
very nice topics covered with descriptive
Zoran G –
Gururaj K –
Easy way to self learn with practical examples
almost of lectures are not for technicians, but for salesmen.
Surya P –
It was very helpful to know the google cloud platform & tools.
Jeff R –
This was a useful course. I would have given it a higher rating but there were several labs which I could not get to work properly.
Sam S –
using java/python would be interesting
Wesley T –
Important lessons about App Deployment, Debugging and Performance on Google Cloud Platform.
Praveen K –
Chang L –
last quiz have typo
Muhammad Z H –
Anil K G –
Excellent Course for GCP learning
Salvatore P C –
there are many technical error in the labs plus in the last quiz one question is not reported so it is impossible to respond
Olivier D –
Ce cours est parfait, j’ai peux de nodejs en background ce qui ma nuit un peu.
VIGNESHKUMAR R –
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Yogesh Y –
Perfect to analyze the code and performance
Parashram P –
Daniel J G –
I learnt a ton of new skills in this course and I feel confident to step into the Hello World of App Development!
Dmytro B –
Not sure why so bright feedback is provided for the course. I guess Google name in title does the magic. Sadly, overall quality of course production was average (volume issues mentioned, some sentences or even passages repeated two times (error, not intention!), pace of some lectures is weird). Amount of information provided well, it’s fine. Not good, not bad I was expecting for more anyhow; if stripping out information from other courses in this specialization maybe an hour of useful videos provided. Maybe even less. Finally, some information (and labs) are outdated. I know that GCP is often updated but come on making a lab completion status depend on steps that are now irrelevant that’s something new; well, at least labs here are not counting towards completion status. Or last quiz we have and that’s a control quiz for getting my “passed course” acknowledgement, how about the question # 3: “You can execute the gRPC calls for Cloud Datastore and Cloud Pub/Sub in series.”. Wait, it’s not a question and who knows what should be selected in answers. Had to fail my first submit and randomly select new response based on “review lecture …” message. Was expecting for more, seriously.
Liu N –
The stackdriver lab are disappointment. Half of the time things taught there are not working the way they meant to be. But overall, great course
Budi S –
really awesome course
Paulo A –
The Course slides are not readily downloadable from the Course overview. This is something very useful when studying for a certification exam for instance.
Mohamed Y –
Simply awesome…..Must try