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Google Cloud による Securing and Integrating Components of your Application の受講者のレビューおよびフィードバック



In this course, application developers learn how to design and develop cloud-native applications that seamlessly integrate managed services from Google Cloud. Through a combination of presentations, demos, and hands-on labs, participants learn how to develop more secure applications, implement federated identity management, and integrate application components by using messaging, event-driven processing, and API gateways. Learners can choose to complete labs in their favorite language: Node.js, Java, or Python. This is the second course of the Developing Applications with Google Cloud series. After completing this course, enroll in the App Deployment, Debugging, and Performance course....




I gained vast amounts of orientation and skills in this course.

The course content and the course administrators were really great and helped convey good understanding.

Thank you :)



Easy to follow and quite applicable information is taught without too many difficult technical words and lists. I felt that I could implement or help others implement these applications.


Securing and Integrating Components of your Application: 101 - 124 / 124 レビュー

by ravi g


Can be more elaborative while showing the Pub/Sub's or integrating with cloud endpoints. But still the course is best the way it covers. Bonus labs are too short of time in Labs to cover. Hope we can get some extra time off the course to check and complete. :)

by zbigniew l


could be better, i am java fan, and want to use endpoints in java. i will not create an endpoint in angularjs in cloud, to access endpoint in java just to have authentication.

You should include java endpoints in the course.

by Paul H


The content in the course was really good. The Qwiklabs have gotten out of date and were a little frustrating to complete (had to talk with Qwiklabs support on two of them in order to complete due to issues with the lab).

by Juan P


Labs are good but the material is a bit out of date. For example, class indicates that cloud functions need to be written in Nodejs. However, nowadays, you can write them in nodejs, python and go.

by David W


Similar to other courses in the series, there is a lot of speed-reading of slides and a few useful exercises from the public github learning repo. Helps structure the approach to what you learn.

by Paul C


a good summary of IAM, cloud pub/sub, cloud functions and APIs, with interactivity via qwiklabs. Not the most engaging of presentations, but I did learn from it.

by Kaoru K


The security part of the course was pretty confusing to me. The Cloud Pub/Sub and Cloud Functions parts were excellent.

by Jonathan L V


Existían comandos de laboratorio que estaban desactualizados y no funcionaban a la perfección.

by Labib T


The quicklabs dont follow, always in unfinished state even if finished.

by Przemek


Presenters are not engaged what they are saying.

by Jorge I G P


Some labs are unclear and some also have errors

by Madhu C


scripts failed some times

by Abhishek P


Need from disucssion

by Arnab C


Average content, mostly read out frog GCP documentation. Trainers presentations are not interesting, very rarely any value add i.e. interesting case studies, trade offs etc. are discussed. The Lab is full of errors. I had raised a number of them with Quicklab. The lab codes are not well organised, instructions are not clear at many places. It wasted hours of mine. I would like Coursera to make refund. Honestly, was expecting much quality from Coursera given my earlier experiences were really good.

by Sanketh S


Needs better hands on labs and quizes. tighter learning feedback loops. Need to use exponential memory markers better.

by Piyush P


would rate it very low because of less information on the course.

by Horacio I P H


I think should be more clear and use other languages like Java

by Landry L


Many errors in lab

by James O


Awful - avoid. You get a lot of information but little hands on. When the hands on does take place, you are using preexisting files and constructs. Fine until you think well now I want to build my own thing. Where do you start? No clue. This does not help you get there. Avoid. Total rip off from Google and Coursera

by Abhishek G


1 star because one of the instructor speaks too fast without proper pauses and feels like rushing the course videos. Not happy at all.

by Mcolisi B


Some lab have issues and the team concern is not fixing , for e.g App Dev - Deploying an API for the Quiz Application: Node.js

by anuragKoka


will not be using coursera again. why I have to buy courses which I have completed already.

by Siarhei K


Super easy quizes. Very low quality course & certificate.

by N V


Sub standard!