Set up an identity connector in a Google Cloud Platform environment
Create and download the connector template file for Google Compute Engine (GCE). This file is a tarball (
Before you begin
connector-id.tar.gz) file. Save the connector tarball in a safe location. For instructions, see Create and download an identity connector.
Complete this procedure to set up an identity connector in a Google Cloud Platform.
- Log in to the GCP console. Use the storage browser to upload the connector-id.tar.gz file to your Google Cloud storage.
- Create an image using the connector-id.tar.gz file. Click .
- Enter a name for the identity connector.
- From the Source Type menu select Cloud Storage Object.
- Enter the location of the tarball file stored in Cloud storage. For example, gs://bucketname/connector-id.tar.gz.
- Spawn an instance using the new image. Select the image name and click Create Instance.
- Enter a name for the instance, select HTTPs to allow only HTTPs traffic, select the zone, and make sure the Machine Type is n1-standard. A minimum of 2vCPU with 8 GB memory for connectors is recommended. Make sure the image has the correct connector image.
- Select the appropriate Boot Disk Type.
- Make sure the identity connector has Internet connectivity. Assign Ephemeral or New static IP address.
- Click Create. GCP creates and boots up the connector instance in Google Cloud.
In ETP, approve the identity connector:
- In the Enterprise Center navigation menu, select .
- Locate the GCE connector and click Need your approval.
- Click Save.