August 20, By: gmarcroft. The Cloud Engineering team sets up access rules to secure and ease management of the Update Infrastructure servers. Update Infrastructure is a general term which refers collectively to both Update and Region servers. More about these later. These rules prevent certain access patterns to the infrastructure servers; Connections that originate from an IP address outside of the Azure ranges will fail. These security mechanisms have the potential to prevent connections to the Region and Update servers if they do not account for Update Infrastructure access. As a byproduct of the above mentioned access controls, the Azure and SUSE support teams regularly receive support cases from cloud users requesting help with Update Infrastructure connectivity issues.
Every Apps Script project uses the Google Cloud Platform to manage authorization, Advanced services , and other details. Your script project can use a default GCP project that is created automatically by Apps Script, or the script project can use a standard GCP project that you create yourself. In general, default GCP projects are good for everyday or simple scripts, but you should use a standard GCP project for any application that is complex, commercial quality, or is intended for publication. You can switch a script project to use a standard GCP project at any time, but you can't switch back to use a default project. It's best to select the GCP project your script uses early in development, as switching later can cause complications, such as requiring your users to re-authorize.
Default Cloud Platform projects
You can load data into BigQuery from Cloud Storage or from a local file as a batch operation. The source data can be in any of the following formats:. If you're new to Google Cloud, create an account to evaluate how BigQuery performs in real-world scenarios. When you load data into BigQuery, you need permissions to run a load job and permissions that let you load data into new or existing BigQuery tables and partitions. If you are loading data from Cloud Storage, you also need permissions to access to the bucket that contains your data. At a minimum, the following permissions are required to load data into BigQuery.
If this is the first time you are visiting these blogs, you might want to check the previous blogs here and here to get an overview of the VM Agent and Extensions. So, what does this extension do and how is it different from Remote PowerShell or any other existing remote execution tools? In a nutshell, Custom Script Extension can automatically download scripts and files from Azure Storage and launch a PowerShell script on the VM which in turn can install additional software components. Sounds simple, yet very useful! Upload the scripts that you want to run on the VM to Azure Storage. The scripts can come from a single or multiple storage containers. The script should be authored in such a way that the entry script which is launched by the extension in turn launches other scripts. The current version of this extension targets PowerShell cmdlets only but in future this can be expanded to other scripts.