I have a requirement to move my VM instance from AWS to GCP, for which I need to use migrate for compute engine. How do I configure GCP for Migrate for Compute Engine?
Before migrating your applications using Google Cloud Migrate for Compute Engine (formerly Velostrata), you'll need to configure your GCP organization. This configuration enables Migrate for Compute Engine to manage the migration and communicate with the other components involved.
GCP configuration includes:
Setting up a GCP account, organization, and project, including organization-level permissions and a project that Migrate for Compute Engine will use for its own infrastructure.
Setting up networks on GCP so that components that are part of your migration (such as Migrate for Compute Engine, GCP, and the source environment from which you're migrating) can communicate with one another through firewalls over GCP Virtual Private Cloud.
Creating GCP roles and service accounts via Cloud Shell to set permissions so that Migrate for Compute Engine can create resources and manage APIs used during the migration.
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