Google Cloud SDK contains tools and libraries that enable you to easily create and manage resources on Google Cloud Platform, including App Engine, Compute Engine, Cloud Storage, BigQuery, and Cloud SQL.
Step 1. Install Cloud SDK
If you have not already installed the Cloud SDK and authenticated, do so by following the steps in the Quick Start above.
Step 2. Get started with a Google Cloud Platform service
With the Cloud SDK command-line interface, you can easily manage your service resources and your development workflow.
- Manage development workflow common to all services.
To get started, see the gcloud command-line tool.
- Build a web app and host it on Google App Engine.
To get started, follow the walkthrough in the Developer Console to Try Google App Engine Now.
- Launch large compute clusters on Google Compute Engine.
To get started, follow the Compute Engine Quickstart Guide.
- Store vast amounts of data on Google Cloud Storage.
To get started, follow the Hello Google Cloud Storage Tutorial.
- Analyze Big Data in the cloud with Google BigQuery.
To get started, follow the bq Command-Line Tool Quickstart.
- Store and manage data using a MySQL database with Google Cloud SQL.
To get started, see Managing Instances Using the Cloud SDK.
Step 3. Submit questions and give us feedback
Cloud SDK is currently a developer preview, and is under active development. Please keep this in mind as you explore its capabilities. Any feedback is appreciated!
Learn more about gcloud, Cloud SDK command-line tool to manage your development workflow.
Learn about App Engine, Compute, Storage, BigQuery and Cloud SQL tools, bundled with Cloud SDK.
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