In another project based on a real world scenario, I acted as a Cloud Specialist in a company that used Google Cloud and AWS services in separate architectures.
The company decided to interconnect the two architectures, in a completely private way, using the Virtual Private Gateway, Customer Gateway, Cloud Routers, Cloud VPN, among other services.
However, they needed it in production in a week. So, once GCP and AWS accounts were created, to save time, I decided to deploy it in a 100% automated way using Terraform.
- AWS Account
- GCP Account
Tools & Technology
- Google Cloud VPN
- Amazon VPC
- Cloud Router
Project Implementation Phases
1 – Create a project on Google Cloud
2 – Check if billing is enabled
3 – Enable the Compute Engine API
4 – Start Cloud Shell – take care to be inside the project
5 – Download Project files and extract the .zip
6 – Access project folder and add execute permission to all .sh files
7 – Creating Credentials on Google Cloud and AWS
8 – Preparing Terraform
9 – Configure de Project
10 – Generate a key pair
11 – Importing the key to Google Cloud and AWS
12 – Terraform execution
13 – Connect to the AWS instance and test communication with the GCP instance
14 – Removing all resources at the end of the lab