Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install the Google Cloud SDK on Ubuntu 20.04 following this guide you can achieve the goal quickly and easily.
The Google Cloud Platform provides services for building IT infrastructure entirely in the cloud as well as for development, artificial intelligence, analytics, storage, databases, and security. It can therefore be useful to deploy one in your network or learn how to work with it.
So, it is necessary to install the SDK so that we can learn how to work with this tool.
So, let’s go for it.
Install Google Cloud SDK on Ubuntu 20.04
The installation will be done using the terminal so it is recommended that you know how to work with it. So, open one and update the operating system.
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
Then download the SDK for Linux using the
After that, you have to unzip the archive using the
tar -xvzf google-cloud-sdk-307.0.0-linux-x86_64.tar.gz
This command will generate a folder called
google-cloud-sdk that you will need to access
In it, you will find the installer file that you will have to run.
During the execution of the script, you will see some messages. The first one asks you if you want to help Google Cloud development by sending statistics anonymously.
Then, you will see an on-screen output indicating that the components have not been installed and you will be informed how to install them. You will also be asked to confirm the installation.
If all has gone well, then you will see the following screen.
This indicates that the process was OK.
So, enjoy it.
In this post, you have learned how to install Google Cloud SDK on a system like Ubuntu 20.04. This will open the door to using the Google Cloud Platform that you can deploy for your business.