Network Connectivity Center
Reimagine how you deploy, manage, and scale your networks.
Network Connectivity Center overview
Get an overview of Network Connectivity Center—a hub-and-spoke model for network connectivity management in Google Cloud.
Working with hubs and spokes
Learn how to list, create, describe, and delete Network Connectivity Center hubs and spokes. You can also add one or more labels to a hub or spoke.
Connecting two branch offices using HA VPN spokes
This tutorial describes how to use a Network Connectivity Center hub and Cloud VPN spokes to set up data transfer between two branch offices.
Explore common use cases for Network Connectivity Center
Network Connectivity Center enables connecting different enterprise networks together that are outside of Google Cloud by leveraging Google's network—providing enterprises instant access to planet-scale reach and high reliability.
Traffic between non-Google networks is referred to as data transfer traffic, which can occur using existing standard cloud hybrid connectivity resources such as Cloud VPN, Dedicated, or Partner Interconnect.
Network Connectivity Center is the center point on Google Cloud for enterprises to attach SD-WAN solutions. SD-WAN / Router instances deployed on Google Cloud can be attached to Network Connectivity Center using the router appliance spoke.
By integrating the SD-WAN solution with Google’s network, enterprises get a simple, reliable way to consume connectivity on demand while extending the benefits of the SD-WAN to Google Cloud networks.
Network Connectivity Center supports VPN-based multicloud connectivity at a global level. Network Connectivity Center can be used directly or in conjunction with partner solutions to deploy and manage applications that require simple, reliable connectivity when spanning multiple clouds.