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À propos du cours

Understanding Your Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Costs is most suitable for those working in a technology or finance role who are responsible for managing GCP costs. You’ll learn how to set up a billing account, organize resources, and manage billing access permissions. In the hands-on labs, you'll learn how to view your invoice, track your GCP costs with Billing reports, analyze your billing data with BigQuery or Google Sheets, and create custom billing dashboards with Data Studio. Students enrolling in this course do not need any prior Google Cloud technical experience....

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JS
9 oct. 2020

Hopefully, there are some kind of guided projects (cloud workspace) inside this course instead of text guidance. Overall is very good thanks a lot.

JM
9 mai 2020

nice introduction to GCP Billing and Cost Management

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par JAKARIA I S

10 oct. 2020

Hopefully, there are some kind of guided projects (cloud workspace) inside this course instead of text guidance. Overall is very good thanks a lot.

par Jan M

10 mai 2020

nice introduction to GCP Billing and Cost Management

par Zhafira T

15 juil. 2021

s​ometimes i confuse but i can finish it thank you!

par Veena B

1 avr. 2021

very good and easy to understand

par Dev K V

13 mai 2021

Excellent Primer on GCP Cost

par Luca G M

29 janv. 2021

Very useful training on GCP

par Sreenivasulu D

28 avr. 2020

Good Lab sessions

par Muhammad Z H

10 juil. 2020

Thanks

par Marcos F

25 mai 2020

Very good in providing an initial understading about GCP costs through hands on labs.

par Gianfranco L

6 juin 2020

Very cool the integration between Sheets and BigQuery

par Gilang A

27 févr. 2020

It's okay to get a quick overview what GCP offers in terms of biling reports, but I think it's to simple.

par Alessandro M

10 juil. 2020

Ithink it's better to divide the module in 2 different parts