1. Network Topology *
- Network Topology visualization displays the topology of VPC networks and associated metrics.
- It presents a single view of configuration information and real-time operational data.
- It makes it easier to understand networking relationships, traffic paths and throughput between VM instances.
- Network Topology lays out information in a graph format, where the nodes and lines represent entities and connections in the network.
- Network Topology collects real-time telemetry and configuration data from Google's infrastructure to visualize resources.
- Network Topology captures configuration information, metrics, and logs to infer relationships between resources in a project or in multiple projects.
- Quickly view the topology of deployments.
- No additional configurations or agents are required to use Network Topology.
- No need to view multiple logs or use third-party tools to understand Google Cloud infrastructure.
- Network Topology can help analyze the performance of network.
- Network Topology supports TCP traffic for certain traffic paths.
- Traffic in a VPC network, such as traffic between VM instances and internal load balancers that are in the same network.
- Traffic across peered VPC networks, such as traffic between VM instances and internal load balancers that are in peer VPC networks.
- Traffic between Google Cloud and clients on the internet, and entities such as VM instances or HTTP(S) load balancers with public IP addresses.
- Network Topology doesn't show traffic to or from Cloud VPN gateways, Interconnect connections, and managed services like Cloud Storage.