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Preparing a Service Account. To authenticate your application in Google Cloud Storage, you can use your service accounts. A service account's credentials include a generated unique …

To Sign Up for Google Cloud

  1. Open https://cloud.google.com/, then click Get started for free.
  2. Select the country of residence, read and select the Terms of Service check box. Select Email updates check box in case you want to get them, then click Continue.
  3. Fill in the registration form, provide payment details, then click Start free trial.
  4. In the console, . Open IAM & admin menu, then select IAM.

  1. To create a new project, click Create.

  1. Specify the name for your project, then click Create.

  1. Once the project is created, you will be able to create your first storage bucket inside this project. Open Storage menu, then click Browser.

  1. Specify the bucket name, default storage class, and location, then click Create.

Preparing a Service Account

To authenticate your application in Google Cloud Storage, you can use your service accounts. A service account's credentials include a generated unique email address, a client ID, and at least one public/private key pair.

To Create a Service Account

  1. Open API & Services menu, then click Credentials.

  1. In the Create credentials drop-down list, select Service account key.

  1. Specify the service account and the key type, then click Create.

  1. The public key will be downloaded. The private key's password will be shown in a pop-up window. It is recommended to write the private key down and keep it in a safe place.

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What's changing?

To respond to the growing needs of our Cloud customers in France, Google is forming a dedicated entity to provide Cloud services in the region - Google Cloud France SARL, with registered address: 8 Rue de Londres, 75009 Paris, France ("Google Cloud France"). As a result, Google Cloud and Google Workspace accounts of customers with a legal address in France are being migrated to Google Cloud France SARL. 

The Google Cloud and Google Workspace services transitioning to Google Cloud France SARL are:

  • Google Cloud (formerly Google Cloud Platform)
  • Google Cloud Marketplace
  • Firebase (Firebase Paid Services Agreement, Firebase Data Processing and Security Terms)
  • Google Workspace (formerly G Suite)
  • Google Workspace for Education (formerly G Suite for Education)
  • Google Maps
  • Implementation Services/Professional Services (PSO)
  • Chrome – Enterprise Support & License
  • Domain Registration
  • Transfer Appliance
  • Custom Site Search
  • Apigee
  • Hangouts Meet Hardware
  • Google Workspace Essentials (formerly Enterprise Drive)
  • Cloud Identity
  • Premium Support
  • Cloud Dataprep by Trifacta
  • Looker
Will there be any impact to my Google Cloud services? 

No. Google Cloud and Google Workspace services will continue to run as usual.

However, if you use Google Cloud and are a Google Ads customer as well, you will need to accept a new mandate to avoid any disruption to your service. We recommend that you add a backup credit card prior to the migration date. Once the migration is complete, you will receive instructions to renew your direct debit mandate

What should I expect as a result of this migration?

Changes you can expect to see include: 

  • Your invoices and billing statements will be issued by and display the address and tax ID of Google Cloud France SARL.
  • Your invoices will include new remittance information (a local bank account and bank account owner). Please make sure to send payments using the new remittance information, or there will be a delay in closing your outstanding invoices.
  • As part of this migration, all contracts you have entered into with Google (including our rights and obligations under those contracts) for Google Cloud and/or Google Workspace services listed below will be automatically assigned to Google Cloud France SARL, and Google Cloud France SARL will agree to be bound by the terms of the relevant contracts. Additionally, your account information, including any associated personal information, will be transferred to Google Cloud France SARL. We advise customers and partners who do not want this transfer of personal information to occur, to stop using applicable services and terminate the account before the migration date.
 

Your currency and payment methods (credit card, direct debit, PayPal, invoice) won’t change.

When are these changes effective?

You will be notified via email prior to the migration and again when these changes are effective. The email will be sent to the email address on file for your payments profile. In order to update your email address on file, you can update email address for your Google Cloud here and Google Workspace here

If you are unable to make the changes please contact Support.

Existing customers whose legal address is in France were migrated to Google Cloud France SARL on Monday, Nov 1, 2021.

Do I need to do anything? 

To ensure a smooth transition, please adjust your internal processes to reflect this change (including updates to Purchase Orders), and to use the new bank account and bank account owner when making payments to Google Cloud France SARL.

If you are Value Added Tax (VAT) registered, please provide us with your VAT ID, described below. This is required to comply with local regulations.

If you are a Google Cloud customer and use Google Ads and pay via direct debit, you will need to accept a new mandate to avoid any disruption to your service. We recommend that you add a backup credit card prior to the migration date.

You may also wish to consider whether any updates are required to any of your documentation or notices, including documentation or notices that relate to the processing of personal data, in order to reflect the change of the Google legal entity acting as your processor or sub-processor, as applicable.

We also encourage you to use any account credits ahead of the transition (check your invoices to determine if you have any). You will still be able to use account credits after the transition. 

Note: You do not need to take any action for accounts/products that have not incurred any spend in the past 12 months unless and until you plan to resume activity on those in the future.

How do I provide my VAT ID?

If you have a Google Workspace account, please submit your VAT by following the steps below: 

  1. Sign in to your Google Admin console.
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  4. In the “” section, click Edit Edit and enter your “< TAX info>” in the “” field.
  5. Click Save

If you are a Google Cloud account, please submit your VAT by following the steps below: 

  1. Sign in to the Google payments center.
  2. Select Settings from the top menu.
  3. In the "Tax Info" section, click the pencil icon Edit and enter your VAT in the "VAT Registration Number" field.
  4. Click Save.
 

If you pay by monthly invoicing, please submit your VAT ID via this form so we can update your profile for you. Please note that submissions for accounts with payment settings other than monthly invoicing cannot be processed. For those accounts, please update your payments profile by following the instructions above.

How do I update my direct debit mandate? 

You will receive an email with instructions closer to the migration date. You will need to sign in to your account and accept the new mandate. We recommend that you add a backup credit card prior to the migration date to prevent any payment declines if the mandate is not renewed on time.

Are there any exceptions to this migration?

No. All accounts will be migrated to the new billing entity. However, the invoice and billing statement changes mentioned above do not apply to products for which you have chosen to be billed in installments (such as monthly, quarterly, or annually) for a fixed period of time. For such products, your invoices and billing statements will continue to be issued by Google Ireland Ltd on behalf of Google Cloud France SARL until the relevant installment billing period expires.  

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    In the Google Cloud Console, go to the Cloud Storage Browser page. Go to BrowserSelect your log bucket.Download or view your logs by clicking on the appropriate log object.
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      Go to https://cloud.google.com in a web browser. You can access the Google Cloud console from any web browser on your computer.

    2. 2

      Click SIGN IN. It’s at the top-right corner of the screen.

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      Sign in to your Google account. Select or enter the account name and tap Next. Then, enter your password and tap Next. This brings you to the Cloud app.

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      Click GO TO CONSOLE. It’s the blue button near the middle of the page.

      • If you don’t see this button, click CONSOLE at the top-right corner of the screen.
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      Accept the terms of service. If it’s your first time using the Google Cloud web app, select your desired contact settings and click ACCEPT. You are now signed into the Google Cloud console.

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    Sign in to your company or school account. Enter your official email address and click Continue. If your organization or school uses Single Sign-on, you're redirected to your organization's login page. Enter your password and click Continue.
    1. 1

      Open your iPhone's Settings. Tap the Settings app icon, which resembles a grey box with gears on it.

    2. 2

      Tap Sign in to your iPhone. This is at the top of the Settings screen.

      • If an account is currently signed into your iPhone, you'll tap the account's name card here instead.
    3. 3

      Sign out of an existing Apple ID if necessary. If your iPhone was already signed into a different iCloud account, do the following before you proceed.

      • Scroll down to the bottom of the page.
      • Tap Sign Out.
      • Enter the account's password when prompted.
      • Tap OK.
      • Choose whether or not to keep iCloud-synced data on the iPhone.
      • Tap the Sign in to your iPhone link at the top of the Settings screen.
    4. 4

      Tap the "Email" text box. It's in the middle of the screen. Your iPhone's keyboard will appear.

    5. 5

      Enter your Apple ID email address. Type in the email address that you use to sign into your iCloud account.

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      Tap Next. It's in the top-right corner of the screen.

    7. 7

      Enter your account password. When the "Password" text field appears, type in the password for your iCloud account.

    8. 8

      Tap Next. It's in the top-right corner of the screen.

    9. 9

      Enter your iPhone's passcode if prompted. Doing so will finish signing you into iCloud on your iPhone.

      • You may be asked if you want to merge your iCloud data with the data on the iPhone. If so, tap Merge.
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      Install iCloud for Windows if you don't already have it. If you haven't yet downloaded and installed the iCloud for Windows program, do the following before you proceed:

      • Go to https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204283 in your computer's web browser.
      • Click the blue Download button.
      • Double-click the downloaded iCloudSetup.exe file.
      • Check the "I accept" box, then click Install.
      • Click Yes when prompted.
      • Click Finish when the installation finishes, then restart your computer.
    2. 2

      Open Start . Click the Windows logo in the bottom-left corner of the screen.

    3. 3

    4. 4

      Click the "Apple ID" text field. It's the top text field in the middle of the window.

    5. 5

      Enter your Apple ID email address. Type in the email address that you use to sign into your iCloud account.

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      Click the "Password" text field. This is below the "Apple ID" text field in the middle of the window.

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      Enter your account password. Type in the password for your iCloud account.

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      Click Sign In. It's at the bottom of the iCloud window. Doing so will sign you into your iCloud account.

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      Open the Apple menu . Click the Apple logo in the top-left corner of the screen. A drop-down menu will appear.

    2. 2

      Click System Preferences…. This is in the drop-down menu. The System Preferences window will open.

    3. 3

      Click iCloud. It's in the System Preferences window. Doing so opens the iCloud window.

    4. 4

      Enter your Apple ID email address. Type in the email address you use to log into your iCloud account.

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      Click Next. It's a blue button at the bottom of the window.[1]

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      Enter your password. Type in the password you use to log into your iCloud account.

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      Click Sign In. It's at the bottom of the window. Doing so signs you into your iCloud account on your Mac.

      • You may be asked if you want to download your iCloud information onto your Mac. If so, follow the on-screen prompts.
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    2. 2

      Enter your Apple ID email address. Type the email address you use for your iCloud account into the text box in the middle of the page.

    3. 3

      Click . It's to the right of the email address you just entered. The "Password" text box will open below the current text field.

    4. 4

      Enter your Apple ID password. Type the password you use to log into iCloud into the "Password" text box.

    5. 5

      Click . It's to the right of the "Password" text box. Doing so signs you into your iCloud account.

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    To learn more about Google Office Productivity Suite settings and basic features, please click the link to register for the free webinar “Getting Started with Google Workspace in 1 Day” or contact Ms. Leong (Simba) at 3163 2520. Company Name: TS CLOUD PTE.
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    Connect your device to the same network that your Epson product is using.Print a network status sheet.Locate your product's IP address on the network status sheet.Enter the IP address into the address bar of a web browser.Select the Google Cloud Print Services option. ...Click Register.Select the check box to agree to the Usage Advisory and click Next. More items...

    The word “cloud” gets tossed around a lot, and can be confusing because it has so many different meanings. For example, Google has cloud storage available to every Google user in the form of Google Drive, but it also has a “Cloud” hosting feature for people that use Google to host websites and apps.

    Anyone can sign up for a free Google Account at any time, which is going to give them access to a bevy of free tools and services. While you used to be able to store a very large number of documents that you created online using the Google Docs service, this has since been expanded into a service called Google Drive, which is the cloud storage service that Google provides for anyone with a Google Account. Much like Premium YouTube, which lets you download videos as described in this guide, it has a paid option that gives more features.

    At the time of this article, free Google Drive users have access to 5 GB of storage space, which they can use to store nearly any type of file that they might want to access. As an added bonus, your Google Drive can be accessed from a Web browser on any computer on which you are signed into your Google Account. The steps below will show you how to access the Google cloud login so that you can gain access to your existing documents and start creating new ones.

    This article assumes that you want to access the Google cloud storage for your Google Account, also known as Google Drive. There is a separate service, specifically called the Google Cloud Platform, that is meant for developing apps.

    How Do I Get Google Cloud?

    As stated previously, anyone with a Google Account can gain access to their allotted Google Drive cloud storage space. However, it might not be immediately obvious where you go to begin using that storage space. Fortunately it is integrated into your existing Google services in a fashion that you are probably already familiar with if you have been using Google products for a while. We feature a number of articles on this site that deal with these other Google products, such as this one on using strikethrough in Google Docs.

    Google cloud login (otherwise known as Google Drive) – https://www.google.com/drive/

    Google Cloud Platform login (for developing apps) – https://cloud.google.com/

    To access your Google Cloud storage, confirm that you are signed into your Google Account. While not technically necessary, this will prevent you from needing to sign in again while you are learning how to access your Google Drive cloud storage.

    How to Access Google Drive (Google’s Standard Cloud Storage)

    If you are already signed into a different Google Account product, such as Gmail, then you can access your Google Drive by:

    Step 1: Click the grid at the top-right corner of the window.

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    Step 2: Click the Drive option.

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    Google Drive is included automatically with Google Accounts now, but the method for creating a Google Drive account before this change is shown below.

    The Google Apps included with Drive, including Docs, Sheets, and Slides, are great alternatives to Microsoft Office. You can even use the Google versions to create Microsoft-compatible files, such as described in this article.

    How to Create a Google Drive Account (Legacy)

    This is no longer necessary, as Google Drive is included with Google Accounts by default.

    Step 1: Click inside the address bar at the top of your Web browser window, type drive.google.com, then press Enter on your keyboard.

    navigate to the google drive page

    Step 2: Click the blue Get started with 5 GB free button at the top-right corner of the window.

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    Step 3: This will take you to a new Web page with a pop-up window on top of it. Click the Try Google Drive button at the bottom-left corner of the pop-up window.

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    You have now set up your Google Drive account, which you will be able to access at any time by navigating your Web browser to drive.google.com.

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    Most of the controls for Google Drive are found at the top-left corner of the window. If you click the Create button, you will have the option to choose among the assorted items that you can generate with the Google Docs applications.

    To the right of the Create button is an Upload button that you can click to browse to files on your computer that you want to upload to your Google Drive cloud storage account. When you click the Upload button, you will have the option of uploading individual files or complete folders. You can also see how much storage space you have remaining in your Google Drive account. This is also the place that you should go if you decide that you want to purchase additional Google Drive storage space.

    The final item of note on this screen is the blue Download Google Drive for PC button at the center of the window. If you download the application to your computer, it will add a Google Drive folder to Windows Explorer, which you can then use like a local folder. This means that you can copy files to the folder and it will automatically upload and sync with your Google Drive cloud storage account. You can also copy files form this folder to your computer to download them from your cloud storage.

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To deploy infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform, you can define a Google cloud account in Octopus.

Octopus manages the GCP credentials used by the Google cloud steps.

The Google cloud account is the JSON key file credentials that can be retrieved from the service account assigned to the instance that is executing the deployment.

Create a Google cloud account

Google Cloud steps can use an Octopus managed account for authentication.

  1. Navigate to Infrastructure ➜ Accounts, click the ADD ACCOUNT and select Google Cloud Account.
  2. Add a memorable name for the account.
  3. Provide a description for the account.
  4. Upload the JSON key file.

See the Google cloud documentation for instructions to create a service account and download the key file.

  1. Click the SAVE AND TEST to save the account and verify the credentials are valid.

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The following sections take you through the same steps as clicking Guide me.

  1. Sign in to your Google Cloud account. If you're new to Google Cloud, create an account to evaluate how our products perform in real-world scenarios. New customers also get 0 in free credits to run, test, and deploy workloads.
  2. In the Google Cloud console, on the project selector page, select or create a Google Cloud project.

    Go to project selector

  3. Make sure that billing is enabled for your Cloud project. Learn how to check if billing is enabled on a project.

  4. In the Google Cloud console, on the project selector page, select or create a Google Cloud project.

    Go to project selector

  5. Make sure that billing is enabled for your Cloud project. Learn how to check if billing is enabled on a project.

  1. In the Cloud console, go to the Identity Platform page in the Cloud Marketplace.

    Go to Identity Platform

  2. Click Enable Identity Platform.

  1. Go to the Identity Providers page.

  2. On the Identity Providers page, click Add a provider.

  3. In the Select a provider list, select email Email/Password.

  4. Click the Enabled toggle to on.

  5. To save the provider settings, click Save.

  1. In the Cloud console, go to the Users page.

    Go to Users

  2. Click Add user.

  3. In the Email field, enter an email and password. Note both of these values because you need them in a later step.

  4. To add the user, click Add. The new user is listed on the Users page.

  1. On your local machine, create a new file named index.html.

  2. In the HTML file, add two basic HTML containers:

    Identity Platform Quickstart
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  1. In the Cloud console, go to the Identity Providers page.

    Go to Identity Providers

  2. Click Application setup details.

  3. Copy the initialization code into index.html. It looks similar to the following:

    
    
    
  1. To sign in the user, copy the following code into the index.html file:

    
    

    This code calls signInWithEmailAndPassword() and then processes the result with the onAuthStateChanged() callback.

    Replace the following:

    • EMAIL_ID: the email for the user that you created earlier
    • PASSWORD: the password for the user that you created earlier
  2. Open index.html in your web browser. A welcome message displaying your user's email appears.

You've signed in your first user with Identity Platform.

To avoid incurring charges to your Google Cloud account for the resources used on this page, follow these steps.

Delete the provider and user

If you used an existing Google Cloud project, delete the provider and user that you created to avoid incurring charges to your account:

  1. In the Cloud console, go to the Identity Providers page.

    Go to Identity Providers

  2. To delete the provider, click deleteDelete next to the name of the provider. To confirm, click Delete.

  3. In the Cloud console, go to the Users page.

    Go to Users

  4. To delete the user that you created, click deleteDelete next to the name of the user. To confirm, click Delete.

Delete the project

The easiest way to eliminate billing is to delete the project that you created for the tutorial.

To delete the project:

  • Everything in the project is deleted. If you used an existing project for this tutorial, when you delete it, you also delete any other work you've done in the project.
  • Custom project IDs are lost. When you created this project, you might have created a custom project ID that you want to use in the future. To preserve the URLs that use the project ID, such as an appspot.com URL, delete selected resources inside the project instead of deleting the whole project.

If you plan to explore multiple tutorials and quickstarts, reusing projects can help you avoid exceeding project quota limits.

In the Cloud console, go to the Manage resources page.

Go to Manage resources

In the project list, select the project that you want to delete, and then click Delete. In the dialog, type the project ID, and then click Shut down to delete the project.

In a real app, your users would sign up using a dedicated registration page, and then sign in by entering their emails and passwords. Identity Platform offers a pre-built authentication UI that you can use for these pages, or you can build your own. You might also want to support additional sign-in methods, such as social providers (like Facebook or Google), phone numbers, OIDC, or SAML.

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If you have previously used your company email address to sign in to other Google services, such as G Suite or Google Analytics, you probably already have a Google Account. Try signing in to the Cloud Console.

If you don’t remember your Google password, just enter your email address on the password-assistance page by selecting “I don’t know my password”.

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You can create a new Google Account using your company email address here:

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The word “cloud” gets tossed around a lot, and can be confusing because it has so many different meanings. For example, Google has cloud storage available to every Google user in the form of Google Drive, but it also has a “Cloud” hosting feature for people that use Google to host websites and apps.

Anyone can sign up for a free Google Account at any time, which is going to give them access to a bevy of free tools and services. While you used to be able to store a very large number of documents that you created online using the Google Docs service, this has since been expanded into a service called Google Drive, which is the cloud storage service that Google provides for anyone with a Google Account. Much like Premium YouTube, which lets you download videos as described in this guide, it has a paid option that gives more features.

At the time of this article, free Google Drive users have access to 5 GB of storage space, which they can use to store nearly any type of file that they might want to access. As an added bonus, your Google Drive can be accessed from a Web browser on any computer on which you are signed into your Google Account. The steps below will show you how to access the Google cloud login so that you can gain access to your existing documents and start creating new ones.

This article assumes that you want to access the Google cloud storage for your Google Account, also known as Google Drive. There is a separate service, specifically called the Google Cloud Platform, that is meant for developing apps.

How Do I Get Google Cloud?

As stated previously, anyone with a Google Account can gain access to their allotted Google Drive cloud storage space. However, it might not be immediately obvious where you go to begin using that storage space. Fortunately it is integrated into your existing Google services in a fashion that you are probably already familiar with if you have been using Google products for a while. We feature a number of articles on this site that deal with these other Google products, such as this one on using strikethrough in Google Docs.

Google cloud login (otherwise known as Google Drive) – https://www.google.com/drive/

Google Cloud Platform login (for developing apps) – https://cloud.google.com/

To access your Google Cloud storage, confirm that you are signed into your Google Account. While not technically necessary, this will prevent you from needing to sign in again while you are learning how to access your Google Drive cloud storage.

How to Access Google Drive (Google’s Standard Cloud Storage)

If you are already signed into a different Google Account product, such as Gmail, then you can access your Google Drive by:

Step 1: Click the grid at the top-right corner of the window.

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Step 2: Click the Drive option.

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Google Drive is included automatically with Google Accounts now, but the method for creating a Google Drive account before this change is shown below.

The Google Apps included with Drive, including Docs, Sheets, and Slides, are great alternatives to Microsoft Office. You can even use the Google versions to create Microsoft-compatible files, such as described in this article.

How to Create a Google Drive Account (Legacy)

This is no longer necessary, as Google Drive is included with Google Accounts by default.

Step 1: Click inside the address bar at the top of your Web browser window, type drive.google.com, then press Enter on your keyboard.

navigate to the google drive page

Step 2: Click the blue Get started with 5 GB free button at the top-right corner of the window.

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Step 3: This will take you to a new Web page with a pop-up window on top of it. Click the Try Google Drive button at the bottom-left corner of the pop-up window.

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You have now set up your Google Drive account, which you will be able to access at any time by navigating your Web browser to drive.google.com.

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Most of the controls for Google Drive are found at the top-left corner of the window. If you click the Create button, you will have the option to choose among the assorted items that you can generate with the Google Docs applications.

To the right of the Create button is an Upload button that you can click to browse to files on your computer that you want to upload to your Google Drive cloud storage account. When you click the Upload button, you will have the option of uploading individual files or complete folders. You can also see how much storage space you have remaining in your Google Drive account. This is also the place that you should go if you decide that you want to purchase additional Google Drive storage space.

The final item of note on this screen is the blue Download Google Drive for PC button at the center of the window. If you download the application to your computer, it will add a Google Drive folder to Windows Explorer, which you can then use like a local folder. This means that you can copy files to the folder and it will automatically upload and sync with your Google Drive cloud storage account. You can also copy files form this folder to your computer to download them from your cloud storage.

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Create, modify, or close your self-serve Cloud Billing account

After setting up your account, you might notice a

.00 transaction from Google which is a pending authorization request between our billing system and the bank that issued your credit or debit card. In some countries, authorizations are

(which might be converted to local currency by your bank). These transactions might appear as pending on your statement for up to a month.

The topics described in this article apply only to self-serve, online Cloud Billing accounts, and not to Cloud Billing accounts paid by invoice. The topics explain how to set up your self-serve Cloud Billing account, verify your email address, update your Cloud Billing account address, close a self-serve Cloud Billing account, and reopen a self-serve Cloud Billing account. If you are interested in setting up a Cloud Billing account that is billed by invoice, visit Apply for monthly invoiced billing.

About Cloud Billing accounts

  • Cloud Billing accounts pay for usage costs in Google Cloud projects and Google Maps Platform projects. Cloud Billing accounts do not pay for Google Workspace accounts. Google Workspace customers need a separate Google Workspace billing account.

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  • A project and its service-level resources are linked to one Cloud Billing account at a time.

  • A Cloud Billing account operates in a single currency and is linked to a Google payments profile.

  • A Cloud Billing account can be linked to one or more projects.

  • Usage costs are tracked by Project and are charged to the linked Cloud Billing account.

    Important: Projects that are not linked to an active Cloud Billing account cannot use Google Cloud or Google Maps Platform services. This is true even if you only use services that are free.

  • If you want to change the Cloud Billing account that you are using to pay for a project (that is, link a project to a different Cloud Billing account), see Enable, disable, or change billing for a project.

  • You can manage your Cloud Billing accounts using the Google Cloud Console. For more information about the Cloud Console, visit General guide to the console.

If you are looking for information about Google API pricing, refer to the documentation for the API you are using.

Required Permissions

The permissions needed to manage Cloud Billing accounts depend on what you are doing and are noted at the start of each topic.

For more information about Cloud Billing permissions, see:

Create a new Cloud Billing account

If you manage your Google Cloud resources using an Organization node, and you are a member of that Google Cloud Organization, then you must be a Billing Account Creator to create a new Cloud Billing account.

Specifically, if you are a Google Cloud user within an Organization, to perform this task, you must have the following permission.

If you are not a member of a Google Cloud Organization but instead are managing your Google Cloud resources or Google Maps Platform APIs using projects, you do not need any specific role or permission to create a Cloud Billing account.

To create a new Cloud Billing account, do the following.

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

  2. Click Create account.

    1. Enter the Name of the Cloud Billing account.

    2. Depending on your configuration, you will also need to select one of the following:

      • Organization: If you see an Organization drop-down, then you must also select an Organization before you can continue.
      • Country: If you are prompted to select a Country, select the country that corresponds with your billing mailing address.

        • The country you select affects the payment options available in the next step.
        • The currency for your Cloud Billing account is automatically assigned based on the country you select.
        • After the account is created, you cannot change the country for a Cloud Billing account. If you need to edit the country on an existing billing account, you'll need to create a new billing account.
    3. Click Continue.

  3. Choose the Google payments profile that will be associated with this Cloud Billing account. A payments profile is shared and used across all Google products (such as Google Workspace, Google Cloud, Google Fi, and more). You can choose an existing payments profile, or create a new payments profile. If you choose to create, follow the instructions on the screen to set up your payments profile.

    Important: About the Account Type

    • If you are creating a new payments profile, when setting your Account type, be aware that this setting is permanent and may be used for tax (such as value-added tax (VAT)) and identity verification. Select Business if this is for a business, organization, partnership, or educational institution. Otherwise, select Individual.
    • If you are choosing an existing payments profile to be associated with this Cloud Billing account, select a Business profile for Cloud account.
    • If you want more than one person to be set up as a user of your Google payments profile, then you must set the Account type to Business. Individual account types allow for only one user to be associated with the payments profile.
  4. When you are done setting all the options and details, click Submit and enable billing.

By default, the person who creates the Cloud Billing account is a Billing Account Administrator for the Cloud Billing account.

About authorization requests

After setting up your account, you might notice a

.00 transaction from Google which is a pending authorization request between our billing system and the bank that issued your credit or debit card. In some countries, authorizations are

(which might be converted to local currency by your bank). These transactions might appear as pending on your statement for up to a month. Please keep in mind they are authorization requests only, not actual charges. If you have questions, we recommend you contact your bank about the authorization status.

For information about verifying bank accounts, see Verify your bank account.

For information about adding backup methods of payment, see Add, remove, or update a payment method.

Verify your email address

To ensure you receive billing related notifications, we might ask you to verify your email address.

To verify your email address, look for a verification email in the Inbox for the email address you used as your billing account Primary contact, and then click the verification link in the email to activate your billing account.

If you haven't received the verification email, here's how to request a new verification link:

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

  2. Click the name of the Cloud Billing account you want to verify.

    The Overview page opens for the billing account.

  3. In the Billing navigation menu, click Payment settings.

  4. Under Payments users, click Manage payments users.

  5. In the Manage users list, find the email address you want to verify and click Resend verification email. Note that if the email address has already been verified, this link is not available.

Until your primary contact email address is verified, you will see the error "Your primary billing contact isn't receiving critical notifications" in Billing.

Change the mailing address on the Cloud Billing account

This mailing address is the legally-registered business address that gets printed on invoices.

To change the mailing address on your Cloud Billing account, you must be a Billing Account Administrator on the Cloud Billing account and have edit permissions on the Google payments profile.

Specifically, to perform this task, you must have the following permissions.

To change the mailing address on the Cloud Billing account, do the following.

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

  2. Click the name of the Cloud Billing account you want to update.

    The Overview page opens for the billing account.

  3. In the Billing navigation menu, click Payment settings.

  4. Under Payments profile, click the edit icon (edit) next to the name and address to open it for edit.

  5. Update the mailing address information and click Save.

    You cannot edit the mailing address country. If you need to change the country of the Cloud Billing account's address, you will need to create a new billing account.

Rename a Cloud Billing account

To change the Cloud Billing account name, you must be a Billing Account Administrator on the Cloud Billing account.

Specifically, to perform this task, you must have the following permission.

  • billing.accounts.update on the Cloud Billing account

To rename the Cloud Billing account:

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

  2. Click the name of the Cloud Billing account you want to rename.

    The Overview page opens for the billing account.

  3. In the Billing navigation menu, click Account Management.

  4. At the top of the page, click edit Rename billing account.

  5. Enter a new name for the Cloud Billing account.

  6. Click Rename to save your changes.

    You might need to refresh the page to see the new name on the Account management page.

Why can't I see or access the edit Rename billing account button?

If you are on the Account Management page of the Cloud Billing account you want to rename and you don't see or can't access the edit Rename billing account button, you might not have the permissions needed to rename this Cloud Billing account. Contact your Cloud Billing account admin.

Close a Cloud Billing account

To close a Cloud Billing account, you must be a Billing Account Administrator on the Cloud Billing account.

Specifically, to perform this task, you must have the following permission.

  • billing.accounts.close on the Cloud Billing account

Before you close an active Cloud Billing account, take note:

Closing an active Cloud Billing account stops all billable services in any projects linked to the account, such as running VM instances or storage buckets. Projects that are not linked to an active and valid Cloud Billing account cannot use Google Cloud or Google Maps Platform services that aren't free.

Before proceeding, we recommend you do the following:

To close an account:

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

  2. Click the name of the billing account you want to close.

    The Overview page opens for the billing account.

  3. In the Billing navigation menu, click Account Management.

  4. At the top of the page, click cancel Close billing account.

    After you close your Cloud Billing account, we will bill you for the usage you accrued prior to cancelling your service. This bill will be the last bill you receive, unless you reactivate service.

Why can't I see or access the cancel Close billing account button?

If you are on the Account Management page of the Cloud Billing account that you want to close and you don't see or can't access the cancel Close billing account button, the reasons could include the following:

Reopen a closed Cloud Billing account

To reopen a Cloud Billing account, you must be a Billing Account Administrator on the Cloud Billing account.

Specifically, to perform this task, you must have the following permission.

  • billing.accounts.reopen on the Cloud Billing account

Before you begin:

  1. Before a Cloud Billing account can be reactivated, you must resolve any payments-related issues or suspensions. Follow the steps in the resolving declined payments troubleshooter for assistance.
  2. To reopen a Cloud Billing account, make sure you have the permissions required to reopen the account; you must be a Billing Account Administrator on the Cloud Billing account.

To reopen a closed account:

  1. Sign in to the Manage billing accounts page in the Google Cloud Console.

    Sign in to Manage billing accounts

    By default, when you first access the list of Cloud Billing accounts, the account list is filtered to display Active accounts.

  2. In the filter_list Filter row, clear the Status: Active filter.

    All Cloud Billing accounts are displayed. Look for Cloud Billing accounts with a Closed status.

  3. Click the name of the Cloud Billing account you want to reopen.

    The Overview page opens for the billing account.

  4. In the Billing navigation menu, click Account Management.

  5. At the top of the page, click replay Reopen billing account.

Why can't I see or access the replay Reopen billing account button?

If you are on the Account Management page of the closed Cloud Billing account and you don't see or can't access the replay Reopen billing account button, the reasons could include the following:

  • This account has unresolved payments-related issues or suspensions. You must resolve these issues before you can reopen the account. You might need to update the payment method linked to this Cloud Billing account, or resolve declined payments.
  • You do not have the permissions needed to reopen this Cloud Billing account. Contact your Cloud Billing account admin.
  • Your Cloud Billing account is configured as an invoiced account. To reopen an invoiced Cloud Billing account, contact Cloud Billing Support.

Delete a Cloud Billing account

Cloud Billing accounts cannot be deleted. Even if you close your Cloud Billing account, the Cloud Billing account information is retained for reporting and auditing purposes.

If you want to prevent a Cloud Billing account from accruing charges, you can close the Cloud Billing account, or disable billing on the associated projects.

If you want to change the form of payment associated with your Cloud Billing account, you can manage your payment methods in the Google payments center.

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12-02-2021 · If you do not have a Gmail Account then first create a Gmail account and after successful creation of a Gmail account, you will have an ID like [email protected] You should have a credit card and a phone number. Steps To Register For Google Cloud Free-Trial Account. Step 1: Navigate to GCP Free-Trial Account Creation Homepage.

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This post covers the Google Cloud Free Trial Account Overview. Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is providing 90 days of Free Trial account with 0 credits to new subscribers to get hands-on experience with all the Google cloud services.

In this Free Trial account, Google offers a number of different services which comes with some of the limitations to get hands-on practice and more knowledge on Google Cloud services
The Google Cloud Free Trial is mainly designed to give hands-on experience with Google Cloud Services for customers free of cost for a span of 90 days or till you’ve spent the 0 in credits.

Limitations Of Free-Trial Account

  1. The Free Trial ends when all of your credits are consumed, or after 90 days, whichever happens first.
  2. Once the free trial period ends all resources created during the trial are stopped and any data stored in Compute Engine is lost
  3. Any usage above Free Trial usage limits is automatically billed at standard rates.

Read more about the free-trial usage limits on the official site.

Pre-Requisites

  1. You must have a Gmail ID ([email protected]). If you do not have a Gmail Account then first create a Gmail account and after successful creation of a Gmail account, you will have an ID like [email protected]
  2. You should have a credit card and a phone number.

Steps To Register For Google Cloud Free-Trial Account

Step 1: Navigate to GCP Free-Trial Account Creation Homepage.

Step 2: Click on Get Started for Free button which appears on the top right corner.

Step 2: Get Started For FreeStep 3: It will redirect to the Sign-In page, Sign In with your Gmail ID.

Sign-in to your Google account

Step 4: After sign-in it will redirect to the GCP Free-trial page. Select your country from the drop-down, accept the Terms of Service and then click on Continue.

Step 4

Step 5: In the next step enter your details.

  • Account Type: Specify the account type either Individual (for personal use) or Business (if business account)
  • Tax Information: Select as per your preferenceAccount Type & Tax information
  • Then give your personal details: name, address, city, postal code, state, and phone number.

Personal Details

  • Now select the payment option, give your card details and click on Start my free trial button.

Payment Details

Step 6: Next it will ask to verify your credit/debit card and enter the security code. Then click on Continue.

Security Code verification

Step 7: In this step, it will redirect you to the payment gateway to validate your payment information and for your credit card verification Google will charge the minimum price based on Country. Here I have provided India, so Google charged 1 INR.

Transaction Gateway

Step 8: After the authentication is completed, you will be redirected to the Google Cloud Platform (Console) page where you can start creating projects and practice hands-on.

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In this Blog, we have successfully created the Google Cloud Free Trial Account.

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Did you buy Google Workspace from a reseller?

When you buy Google Workspace from a reseller, they set up your account.

Contact your reseller to request the username and password for your Google Workspace administrator account.  If you purchased your Google service from a Google reseller and have questions related to logging into your  account, contact your reseller for help. Go to Contact your Google reseller for details.

Instructions or support for some Google Workspace resellers:

Error message when signing in

If you get this error when signing in to your Admin console, you’re trying to sign in with a personal Gmail address (ends in @gmail.com) or an account that's not a managed Google Account. Instead, use an admin address associated with your managed Google Account, such as Google Workspace or Cloud Identity.

Option 1: Sign in with an Incognito window

If you use a personal Gmail account on the same computer as your managed Google Account, open an Incognito window to sign in to your Google Admin console:

  1. In a Chrome browser window, click More.
  2. Select New Incognito Window.
  3. In the Incognito window’s address field, enter admin.google.com and press Enter.

    The Google sign-in page opens.

  4. Enter your admin email address (doesn’t end in @gmail.com) and password.

Option 2: Switch Accounts

To switch accounts:

  1. Click Add account.
  2. Sign in using your admin email address (doesn’t end in @gmail.com) and password.

If you get this error when signing in to your Admin console, the Google Workspace or Cloud Identity account has been deactivated or deleted. Google deactivates your account if you don't verify ownership of your domain before the end of your free trial period. Also, another admin in your organization might have deleted the account.

You can't recover any data from a deleted account. But, you can sign up your domain for the Google service again:

  1. Wait 24 hours from the time your account was deleted.
  2. For Google Workspace, go to workspace.google.com to sign up again.

The Google Workspace or Cloud Identity account doesn't exist or isn't available. 

Step 1: Check any text that you entered

Make sure that you entered your username and password correctly when you tried to sign in.

If you navigated to the Admin console directly using the URL www.google.com/a/example, make sure you spelled your domain name correctly in the address bar.

Step 2: Sign in with a different domain

If you never added additional domains to your Google Workspace or Cloud Identity account, skip this step.

You can't sign in to the Admin console with an address that belongs to a domain alias, as in [email protected]. A domain alias is a domain name that was added to your account as an alternate address.

Instead, sign in with a username that belongs to the domain used to create your account.

Learn more about domains and domain aliases.

Don’t know my admin username or password

If you signed up your domain for Google Workspace, Cloud Identity, or another managed account, you’re an admin of that account. To access your Admin console, sign in with your admin address (the username and password used when signing up).

Your username is your email address from your domain, as in [email protected] (doesn’t end in @gmail.com). To retrieve your username:

  1. Go to admin.google.com.
  2. On the sign-in page, click Forgot email? and follow the instructions to retrieve your username.

Signing in still fails

If you try to sign in to the Admin console at admin.google.com, but instead end up at workspace.google.com/dashboard, you don’t have administrator privileges. You can ask an admin for your account to grant you administrator privileges.

Learn more about administrator privileges.

If you reset an admin password but can’t sign in to your Google Workspace account because of 2-Step Verification, follow the onscreen instructions or contact the person who reset the password for the backup verification code.

If these options don't work, create a support case. You'll be asked to show that you own the domain by adding a CNAME record to your domain’s DNS settings and providing answers about your account. To create a support case, fill out the Google Admin console login issues form.

You need to know the following information to fill out the form:

  • Date the ​Google Workspace​ account was created
  • Original secondary email address associated with your organization’s Google Workspace account (the email used to sign up for Google Workspace)
  • Google order number associated with your account (if applicable)
  • Number of user accounts you created
  • Billing address linked to your account
  • Type of credit card used for Google Workspace purchase and its last 4 digits

If you or another administrator have applied Context-Aware access levels to the Admin console, this might have created a lock out condition. In the case of a total lock out, contact Google Support through the Google Customer Care Portal.

To restore access, Google Support will remove all Context Aware access policies that are applied to the Admin console. Context-Aware access policies for other applications (for example, Gmail or Calendar) won't be affected by this action.

Note: The super administrator or reseller must reapply the Context-Aware access policies on the Admin console immediately after Google Support removes the policies, and the super administrator or reseller regains access.

Go to Assign Context-Aware access levels to the Admin console for details.


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Google is used by millions of people every day, that too, in a multitude of platforms. Almost every one of us has a Google account. By having a Google account, one can access various products offered by Google. The cloud storage by Google is one such great example. Google offers cloud storage facilities for organizations, and also for individuals like us. But How do I access my Google Cloud? What should I do to access my cloud storage on Google? Do you have the same question on your mind? If the answer is yes, then don’t worry as today we will discuss how you can access your Google Cloud storage.

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What is Cloud?

I know clouds that float in the sky. But what is this Cloud Storage? How do you use it? In what way is it useful to you? Here are some answers.

The cloud is nothing but a service model that stores data on remote storage systems. In the cloud, the data is stored on the Internet through a cloud computing service provider (for example, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services, etc.). Such cloud storage-providing companies keep the data available & accessible online all the time.

Some Benefits of Cloud Storage

Whether you need cloud storage for your organization or yourself, you can enjoy a lot of benefits by using the cloud to store your data.

1. No need for hardware

You can store a large amount of data on cloud servers. For this, you won’t need any servers or any special hardware. You won’t even need a large capacity hard-disk to store your large files. The cloud can store the data for you. You can access it whenever you want. Since your company or organization doesn’t need any server, more amount of energy is saved.

2. Availability of data

Your data on the cloud is available to access at any time, from anywhere in the world. You only need access to a computer or laptop that is connected to the World Wide Web via. The Internet.

3. Pay for what you use

If you make use of cloud storage services for your business, you only need to pay for the amount of storage you use. In this way, your valuable money won’t be wasted.

4. Ease of use

Accessing and using cloud storage is never a tough task. It is as simple as accessing files that are stored on your computer system.

5. Okay, then what is Google Cloud?

Well, let me explain. Google Cloud is a cloud storage service platform run by the tech giant, Google. The cloud storage services offered by Google are the Google Cloud or the Google Cloud Console and Google Drive.

Difference Between Google Cloud and Google Drive

Google Cloud is a general-purpose cloud storage platform used by developers. The pricing of Google Cloud Console varies according to your usage and is based on some storage classes. It uses Google’s own infrastructure to store data in an online file storage service. In Google Cloud Console, the users can retrieve files that are overwritten or deleted.

On the other hand, Google Drive is a cloud storage service meant for personal use by users to store their data in the cloud. It is a personal storage service. You can store up to 15 GB data and files for free on Google Drive. If you want to use more than that, you need to purchase a storage plan that offers additional storage. The pricing of Google Drive varies upon what plan you choose. Using Google Drive, one can share their files with other users who have Gmail account. These people can view or edit the files that you share with them (based on the type of permissions you set while sharing the file).

How do I access my Google Cloud?

Everyone who has a Google account (Gmail account) is allocated 15 GB of free storage on Google Drive (Google Cloud). Let’s see how to access your Google Cloud Storage with the below-listed methods.

How to Access Google Drive from your Computer?

1. First, ensure that you have signed in using your Google account.

2. On the top right of the Google page (google.com), find an icon that looks similar to a grid.

3. Click on the grid icon and then choose “Drive“.

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4. Alternatively, on the address bar of your favourite web browser, you can type www.drive.google.com and hit the Enter key or else click on this link to open Google Drive.

5. If you have already signed in to your Google account, your Google Drive will open. Else, Google would prompt you to the sign-in page.

6. That’s it, you now have access to your Google Drive storage.

7. From the left pane of Google Drive, you will find the options for uploading your files.

Note: Here you can also see how much storage is being used on your Google Drive.

8. Click on the “New” button to start uploading of your files to Google Drive.

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How to Access Google Drive from your Smartphone?

You can download and install the Google Drive app available on the Apple Store (for iOS users) or Google Play Store (for Android users) to access your Google Drive.

How to Access Google Cloud Console from your Computer?

If you are a developer and want to use the Google Cloud Console, then open your favourite web browser on your PC and type cloud.google.com and hit the Enter key.

1. If you have already sign-in using your Google account, then you can continue. If not, click on the sign-in option to sign in to Google Cloud Console (use your Google account credentials).

2. If you don’t have any paid-storage plans then you can use the “Free Trial” option.

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3. Or else, click on this link to access Google Cloud Console.

4. Now, on the top right panel of the Google Cloud website, click on the console to access or create new projects.

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How to Access Google Cloud Console from your Smartphone

You can download and install the Google Cloud Console app available on the Apple Store (for iOS users) or Google Play Store (for Android users) to access your Google Cloud.

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We hope this article was helpful and you’re now aware what cloud storage is and how you can access your Google Cloud storage. But if you still have any questions or suggestions regarding this article then feel free to ask them in the comment section.

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Sign in to the Partner Sales Console with your Cloud Identity or Google Workspace super administrator account. In the top left, click Settings. Click Reseller roles. Click the Down arrow to view reseller roles and assignments. To assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role to …

GCP Reseller roles give your users permission to use the Partner Sales Console.

Users who have certain Google Cloud Billing roles are automatically granted GCP Reseller roles:

Billing role in Cloud IAM Role in the Partner Sales Console Billing resource

Billing Account Viewer or 

Billing Account Costs Manager

GCP Reseller Viewer


Reseller billing account

Billing Account Administrator role

GCP Reseller Administrator role

Reseller billing account

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GCP Reseller Viewer role

With the GCP Reseller Viewer role, users can search and view customers and subscriptions (billing subaccounts) in the Partner Sales Console.

Permissions in the Partner Sales Console

The permissions are limited to the reseller billing accounts on which the user has the Billing Account Viewer or Billing Account Costs Manager role. 

  • View a customer's Google Cloud Platform subscriptions (billing subaccounts).
  • View customer accounts that have both Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace subscriptions
  • View customer accounts with no subscriptions.
  • View customer metrics and trends in the Dashboard. Learn more
  • View the order history for a customer.

Role assignment

Users and groups are automatically granted the GCP Reseller Viewer role if they meet these requirements:

  1. An account at your reseller domain, for example, [email protected] or [email protected]. External users within a group aren't granted the GCP Reseller Viewer role.
  2. The Billing Account Viewer or the Billing Account Costs Manager role on one or more of your reseller Google Cloud Billing accounts. Note: If the roles are assigned at the Organization level, the GCP Reseller Viewer role won't be granted.

Role assignments are synced one-way from the Google Cloud Console to the Partner Sales Console. For example, removing a user from the Billing Account Viewer role from a reseller billing account also removes their GCP Reseller Viewer role.

Learn how to view role assignments in the Partner Sales Console

List of reseller roles

Help for Partner Sales Console users

Share instructions to view customers and information the Partner Sales Console: 

  • View customers and subscriptions
  • View the Dashboard

GCP Reseller Administrator role

Users with the GCP Reseller Administrator  role can manage all Google Cloud resale tasks in the Partner Sales Console.

Permissions in the Partner Sales Console

The permissions are limited to the reseller billing accounts on which the user has the Billing Account Administrator role.

  • View a customer's Google Cloud Platform subscriptions (billing subaccounts).
  • View all Google Cloud Platform customer accounts and edit account information.
  • Place a Google Cloud Platform order (create billing subaccount).
  • Manage permissions to a subscription (billing subaccount).
  • View a customer's order history. Learn more
  • Connect unassigned billing subaccounts to customers. Learn more
  • Close subscriptions in the Partner Sales Console. Learn more
  • View the Dashboard. Learn more
  • View and edit customer accounts that have both Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace subscriptions, and customer accounts with no subscriptions.

Role assignment

The GCP Reseller Administrator role and Billing Account Administrator roles are linked. Users and groups are automatically granted the GCP Reseller Administrator role if they meet these requirements:

  1. A user account at your reseller domain, for example, [email protected]. Groups can contain external users, but those users aren't granted the GCP Reseller Administrator role.
  2. The Billing Account Administrator role on one or more of your reseller Cloud Billing accounts. Note: Your current Billing Account Administrators can assign the role to users in your organization. Learn how

Tip: Billing Account Administrators can assign the Billing Account Administrator role to users and give them access to Partner Sales Console.

To set up users who have a custom role or the Billing Account Administrator role at the Organization level, go to assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role.

How the consoles work together

  • Permissions to reseller billing accounts are synced between the GCP Reseller Administrator and Billing Account Administrator roles. For example, removing a user's GCP Reseller Administrator role from a reseller billing account also removes the user's Billing Account Administrator role. 

  • Changes to a user's GCP Reseller Administrator role don't affect the user's Billing Account Administrator permissions on their Organization or a billing subaccount.

  • To turn off a user's access to the Partner Sales Console but keep their permissions to the Cloud Console, super administrators can remove only the user's GCP Reseller Administrator role.

 Help for new Partner Sales Console administrators

Recommended articles:

  • Getting Started guide 
  • View customers and subscriptions
  • View the Dashboard

View and manage roles

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View role assignments
  1. In the top left, click Menuand thenSettingsSettings.
  2. Click Reseller roles.
  3. Click the Down arrow to view GCP administrators and their permissions on reseller billing accounts.

    List of GCP reseller roles


     
Change GCP Reseller Administrator permissions to reseller billing accounts

Changing a user's GCP Reseller Administrator permissions on a reseller billing account also changes their Billing Account Administrator permissions. 

  1. Sign in to the Partner Sales Console with your Cloud Identity or Google Workspace super administrator account.
  2. In the top left, click Menuand thenSettingsSettings.
  3. Click Reseller roles.
  4. Click GCP Reseller Administrator.to view reseller roles and assignments. 
  5. Next to the user or group, click Edit .
  6. Check or uncheck the reseller billing accounts and click Save. The changes might take a few minutes to appear in the Google Cloud Console. 

Assign the GCP Reseller Administrator to users with custom role

For users or groups with a custom billing role, you add or remove their GCP Reseller Administrator role in the Partner Sales Console.

Note: Permissions to reseller billing accounts are not synced between a custom billing role and the GCP Reseller Administrator role. 

Requirement for users

  • The user has an account at your reseller domain, for example, [email protected].
  • The user's custom role has the billing.accounts.get and billing.accounts.update permissions on one or more of your reseller Cloud Billing accounts.

Assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role

  1. Sign in to the Partner Sales Console with your Cloud Identity or Google Workspace super administrator account.
  2. In the top left, click Menuand thenSettingsSettings.
  3. Click Reseller roles.
  4. Click the Down arrow to view reseller roles and assignments. 
  5. To assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role to a user:
    1. Click Add member.
    2. Enter a user or group address in your reseller domain. 
    3. Select GCP Reseller Administrator.

List of GCP reseller roles
 

  1. Click Google Cloud Platform billing accounts. All of accounts are shown unchecked, regardless of the user or group's permissions set in the Google Cloud Console.

Shows list of billing accounts

  1. Select the Cloud Billing accounts and click Save. The changes might take a few minutes to appear in the Google Cloud Console. 
Remove only the GCP Reseller Administrator role from a user

Turn off a user's access to the Partner Sales Console without changing their permissions on reseller billing accounts.

  1. Sign in to the Partner Sales Console with your Cloud Identity or Google Workspace super administrator account.In the top left, click Menuand thenSettingsSettings.
  2. Click Reseller roles.
  3. Click the Down arrow to view all GCP Reseller Administrators.
  4. Next to the user or group, click Edit .
  5. Uncheck only the GCP Reseller Administrator box to remove the user's access to the Partner Sales Console.
  6. Click Save. The user keeps their Billing Account Administrator or custom role and permissions on reseller billing accounts.
Troubleshooting & FAQ

The user might have their Cloud Billing role assigned on the Organization. Assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role with permissions on one or more of your reseller billing accounts.

The user can sign in to the Partner Sales Console but can't access any features. Assign the GCP Reseller Administrator role with permissions on one or more of your reseller billing accounts.

The user doesn't have an account in your reseller domain. Users outside of your domain can't be assigned the GCP Reseller Administrator role.

You might be missing the Billing Account Administrator role on one of your reseller billing accounts. Check with another super administrator in your organization.

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This wikiHow teaches you how to sign in to the Google Cloud console when you're using a computer. Go to https://cloud.google.com in a web browser. You can access the Google Cloud console from any web…

  1. 1

    Go to https://cloud.google.com in a web browser. You can access the Google Cloud console from any web browser on your computer.

  2. 2

    Click SIGN IN. It’s at the top-right corner of the screen.

  3. 3

    Sign in to your Google account. Select or enter the account name and tap Next. Then, enter your password and tap Next. This brings you to the Cloud app.

  4. 4

    Click GO TO CONSOLE. It’s the blue button near the middle of the page.

    • If you don’t see this button, click CONSOLE at the top-right corner of the screen.
  5. 5

    Accept the terms of service. If it’s your first time using the Google Cloud web app, select your desired contact settings and click ACCEPT. You are now signed into the Google Cloud console.

    • To select a project, click the Select a project menu at the top of the screen, then click the project.
    • To create a new project, click the Select a project menu, then click to access the New Project screen.

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