Multi-VPC peering

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Mike Fotinakis

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Sep 28, 2018, 12:36:34 AM9/28/18
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Hello!

We are trying to find a way to communicate to a Google Cloud Memorystore instance from 2 different VPCs.

Is there any way to initiate a second peering request? If not, any workarounds?

Cheers,
Mike

Mike Fotinakis

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Sep 28, 2018, 12:48:17 AM9/28/18
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I believe we should be able to set up a standalone VPC with only the redis instance in it, and then use network peering to connect our 2 other VPCs to that?
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Pavel Skuratovich

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Oct 12, 2018, 5:27:32 AM10/12/18
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Nope, Memorystore creates its own VPC which peers to your VPC. You don't manage the VPC in which Memorystore instance resides. That's the problem.

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Gopal Ashok

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Oct 19, 2018, 1:39:25 PM10/19/18
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MIke, 
Can you help us understand the use case for this? One of the reasons we have 1:1 peering is for security and isolation. Currently our peering is limited to one VPC network. 

Thanks
Gopal

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Cloud Memorystore

michael...@gmail.com

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Feb 18, 2020, 4:42:35 PM2/18/20
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Hi,

I'm facing a similar scenario. One project is running Google App Engine Flexible. The other is running a kubernetes workload. I'd like to setup a single Redis Memory store that is accessible by both. Is this possible? The documentation indicates that it is, but I can't figure out how to set it up.
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