Intro and creating a virtual machine – Google Cloud Python Tutorials p.1

Intro and creating a virtual machine – Google Cloud Python Tutorials p.1


Intro and creating a virtual machine

what’s going on everybody and welcome to a new tutorial series in the series what we’re gonna be covering is Google cloud

we’re not gonna be able to go through everything that Google plot has to offer but at least some of the things so

to get there it’s cloud Google com if this is your first account you should get $300 in credit to play around with so hopefully

this doesn’t cost you a thing now when you come here you can go to products and see basically all the things

that are available the first thing we’re going to cover and cover in this tutorial is the compute engine

which is just your typical virtual machine but they also have all kinds of stuff like storage

and obviously more computation some networking stuff big data like bigquery machine learning

tasks they just simple cloud machine learning they’ve got I’m not quite positive with cloud obviously it’s something

for job discovery and search but I’m not quite sure how that works they’ve got a natural language

API which I plan to cover speech API which

I would like to cover not positive I’m going to do it especially since it’s in beta right now the translation API

which I would like to cover and the vision API which I would definitely like to cover will maybe

do video intelligence if it exits private beta anyway the first thing we’re going

to do is the the compute engine so one once you like sign in and create account generally to get where you want to be usually

going to go to console so I’ll head there and I already have some stuff set up here you can see

I’ve spent a whopping 8 pins crazy if you have just created an account chances are you’ve

already got a project kind of created for you but if you have had an account for a long time or whatever you can come up here

and hit this drop down and either create a new project or kind of work off an existing project

so I’ve got tutorials here I’m good to go so the first thing that I’m going to do is get to the just we’re just going to do a simple

virtual machine so this is something that would

compete with digitalocean or AWS ec2 something like that although I don’t know 100% if it’s a lot

I don’t think it’s actually elastic but anyway I’m not going to get into semantics right now

but anyways kind of compete with any sort of virtual private server so to

get there come to the little hamburger saying click on that come on down to compute engine

and what we’re going to do is go ahead and hit create here once we’re created

you call whatever you want I’m going to call it students and then you can pick various zones just I’m going to choose

you a central release I thought it was going to be you a central D maybe it’s us East one D let me try that one

and then what I’m going to do is click on customize here for the machine type you can see it kind of defaults to this one CPU

in 375 gigabytes of memory but I’m gonna go ahead and hit customize here choose GPUs yeah okay cool so under various

zones there’s only three there’s one in Asia US

and I think somewhere in Europe yeah somewhere in Europe um..

you can do GPUs so I’m just going to point that out what a single GPU is going to cost you about seventy-three cents an hour

although this is probably unrealistic you would have a much larger drive

to so let’s let me just make it something realistic let’s do a hundred gigabytes

of an SSD let’s just say that’s what we wanted to go it’s okay yes still 75 cents an hour mostly

what you’re paying for is that K 80 now compared to both Amazon

and Asher I’m pretty sure that it’s actually cheaper than both of those providers it can be kind of hard because a lot

of times those provide like I remember when as your first Asher was like the first to announce GPUs

they were kind of treating them because if you don’t know a K eighties actually

kind of two GPUs glued together so they were kind of doing their pricing in terms of half GPU

so anyway it got kind of convoluted but anyways this is not a GPU server tutorial so actually

I’m going to go to zero none GPUs and  then I’m going to choose

two virtual CPUs let’s say and let’s go with smaller disk that’s for sure let’s go with like 60

so with a 60 this is basically the same size server from like digital ocean for example costs

actually bought 40 bucks a month so this is actually significantly more expensive than

digitalocean if these are the exact sizes you want but if you want to …

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