Quickstart guide: Enterprise Load Balancer ADC for Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

Quickstart guide: Enterprise Load Balancer ADC for Google Cloud Platform (GCP)

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You'll be glad to hear that the load balancer experts are now supporting Google Cloud. Our quick-start guide is here to help you get to grips with this increasingly popular platform - just follow the straightforward steps below.

From the GCP marketplace listing select Loadbalancer.org Enterprise MAX from the Google Cloud Launcher console and click Launch on Compute Engine.

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Configure the Instance for deployment

  1. Enter a name for your instance
  2. Select the Machine type, for most deployments an n1-standard is suitable
  3. Add extra ports to the firewall that would like to load balance, this can also be configured later
  4. Select Deploy

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Getting Started

To get started with the load balancer login to the web interface on https://{ instance-public-ip}:9443. The load balancer generates a new self signed certificate on boot. If you see a warning about this it is safe to proceed.

You will be prompted to login, the username is loadbalancer and the password is the generated password shown on the deploy page.

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You are now logged into the load balancer and can start the configuration. For help with a specific application you may wish to look at one of our deployment guides.

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That's everything! If you have any problems, issues or suggestions, please don't hesitate to get in touch with our team. Remember, full support is included even with a free trial.