Google Compute Engine

Viewing logs for a cluster of instances on Google Stackdriver Logging

StackDriver Logging is a great feature of Google Compute Engine (GCE). You pretty much need a centralized logging solution if you are taking maximum advantage of the features offered by GCE. For example, most production applications will run on a cluster of web servers. If you set up the cluster as a managed instance group …

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Managing persistent disks on Google Compute Engine

It can confusing when you have multiple persistent disks on an instance running on Google Compute Engine. For example, a server may have separate disks for the filesystem root, MySQL data, logs, and /tmp. Once you’ve created the Compute Engine disks and attached each one to the instance, how do you know which Compute Engine …

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