This section gives detailed instructions for deploying a DNS Edge service point to Google Cloud Platform.
- You need a configuration file for a service point. Don't include spaces in the service point configuration file name.
- You need a valid Google Cloud Platform account.
You are billed for the cost of running a compute engine VM instance in Google Cloud Platform. For more information, refer to VM instances pricing.
- Download the service point configuration file for Google Cloud Platform. For more information, refer to .
- In the Google Cloud Platform console, navigate to the VM instances page.
- Select the service point image and click Continue.
- Click Create Instance.
- Specify a Name for your instance. See Resource naming convention.
- Change the Zone for this instance. Compute Engine randomizes the list of zones within each region to encourage use across multiple zones.
- Select a Machine configuration for your instance.
- In the Boot disk section, click Change to configure your boot
- Select the Custom Images tab.
- In the Show images from drop-down, select your project.
- In the Image drop-down, select the image.
- In the Boot disk type drop-down, select Standard persistent disk.
- In the Size (GB) field, enter the size of the disk.
- In the Identity and API access section complete the
- In the Service account drop-down, select Compute Engine service account.
- Under Access scopes, select Allow default access.
- In the Firewall section, select Allow HTTPS traffic.
- In the Management section, complete the following:
- In the Reservations drop-down, select Automatically use created reservation.
- In the Metadata section, add the service point configuration file for Google Cloud Platform.
- In the Availability policy section, complete the
- In the Preemtibility dorp-down, select Off (recommended).
- In On host maintenance drop-down, select Migrate VM instance (recommended).
- In the Automatic restart drop-down, select On (recommended).
- Click Create button to create and start the instance.