Creating and Managing GCP Storage Bucket Roles and ACLs
Team Lead Google Cloud in Content
Google Cloud Storage makes it possible to control who has access to the files stored in it's buckets in a number of ways. Generally, you can choose to allow uniform permissions to be applied at the bucket level, the default option. Or, you can opt to use the fine-grained permission control option, which allows you to specify permissions and accessibility for each object in the bucket individually. In this Hands-On Lab, I'll show you how to set up buckets, populate them with files from a repository, and then set the permissions as desired.