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Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Storage


Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Storage

GCP - Create Security Account

GCP allows using credentials specifically in the Interoperability mode. To be able to use this feature you need to first enable Interoperability Access for your Google cloud storage.

Obtain interoperable keys for GCP storage authentication

GCP Storage Settings

  • If you haven't enabled it already, click on "Interoperable Access"

Create a new service account:

Under Access keys for service accounts, click on +Create a key for another service account, then CREATE NEW ACCOUNT.

  • Give the account a name (for example "Red5Prostorage") and description; click on CREATE. createserviceaccount
  • Give the service account Storage Admin permissions, then click on CONTINUE. serviceaccountpermissions
  • You can skip the optional steps, and click on DONE
  • Copy the Access key and Secret values that are displayed with the "New service account HMAC key" popup on account creation. IMPORTANT: copy these values; you will need these for the cloudstorage configuration, and you can't retrieve them after you've closed this window. servicehmackey

Set up a GCP Storage Bucket to be Used for VOD

Select your project & navigate to Storage in GCP console.

  • Select Browser from the left-hand pane
  • Click on Create Bucket to bring up the bucket creation UI

    • Enter a bucket name for your bucket (click CONTINUE)
    • Set storage class to Multi-Regional or Regional (Other storage classes are not currently supported)
    • If you choose Multi-Regional, select appropriate location from the dropdown list and if choosing Regional, select an appropriate region (click CONTINUE)
    • Choose Standard as the default storage class for your data (click CONTINUE)
    • Choose Fine-grained access to objects (click CONTINUE)
    • You can leave the Advanced settings as default. Click on CREATE.
    • After the bucket is created, click on the Permissions tab to verify that the account you created above is listed.

createbucket

GCP Crossdomain access (for HLS storage)

If you are going to be using HLS recordings, then you must add a crossdomain.xml file to the root of your storage bucket. Create the following crossdomain.xml file locally and then copy it up to the bucket:

<cross-domain-policy>
<allow-access-from domain="*"/>
</cross-domain-policy>