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Set up CentOS 8 on Google Cloud Compute Engine. In this post, I will guide you through the process of setting up a Compute Engine Instance for your website or app or blog using CentOS 8 Not using CentOS 8? Choose a different OS: Ubuntu 18.04 LTS ADVERTISEMENT CentOS 7 You might also like How to […]
Set up CentOS 8 on Google Cloud Compute Engine. In this post, I will guide you through the process of setting up a Compute Engine Instance for your website or app or blog using CentOS 8
Within seconds a new instance will be created with CentOS 8 and ready to setup. Once the VM instance is created you will get your public IP address like the following image.
Reserve your IP Address
Each VM instance has an internal and external IP address. Whenever you restart or stop-start your instance a new IP address will get assigned. So you have to reserve your external IP address as static. Go to VPC Network -> External IP addresses and reserve the IP address.
Unable to create VM Instance
Please check whether you have activated billing in your account. Creating new Compute Engine requires billing activated.
IP address quota limit exceeded
During free trial Google Cloud limits reserved IP address to one for each region. To have additional reserved IP address you need to upgrade your account but you will not be changed additional than the $300 during trial period.
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