Increase CPUs and Memory for Panorama on Google Cloud Platform

How to increase the virtual CPU cores and memory for a Panorama™ management server on Google Cloud Platform.
For the minimum CPUs and memory that Panorama™ requires, see Increase CPUs and Memory on the Panorama Virtual Appliance.
A Panorama virtual appliance in Log Collector mode does not remain in Log Collector mode if you resize the virtual machine after you deploy it and this can result in a loss of log data.
  1. Log in to the Google Cloud Console.
  2. Stop the Panorama virtual appliance instance.
    1. Select the Panorama virtual appliance instance in the Products & Services menu (Compute EngineVM Instances).
    2. Stop the Panorama virtual appliance instance. It can take 2 to 3 minutes for the Panorama virtual appliance to completely shut down.
  3. Reconfigure the Panorama virtual appliance resources.
    1. Edit the Panorama virtual appliance instance details.
    2. Under Machine Type, Customize the Panorama virtual appliance CPU cores and memory.
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  4. Save the changes to update the Panorama virtual appliance instance.
  5. Start the Panorama virtual appliance.

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