Deploy server-side Google Tagmanager using Google AppEngine
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Introduction and what we are going to do
Google Tag manager basics - How and why do we use it?
How does a tag manager work in general?
What is a server-side Tag Manager and what are the differences & benefits?
The relationship between client and server-side tag managers
Busting some server-side tag manager myths
How the technical setup of the client and server-side tag manager is different?
Create the server-side Google Tag Manager Container
Using the Google Documentation to setup server-side Google Tag Manager
A quick intro to Google AppEngine for hosting server-side Google Tag Manager
About server-side Google Tag Manager costs
Start the server-side Google Tag Manager setup in Google Cloud Platform using a new project
Setting up server-side Google Tag Manager by using Google Cloud Shell
Run the bash setup script for server-side Google Tag Manager
Adding the container config id for server-side Tag Manager
Defining the policy script url for server-side Tag Manager
Defining if you want to enable request logging for server-side Tag Manager and if you want to use different stages
Using autoscaling for server-side Tag Manager
Defining the CPU utilization for the server-side Tag Manager
Final setup of bash script configs and selecting the region for server-side Tag Manager
After the server-side Tag manager is deployed and ready - where you can find the instance in the Google Cloud
Add the server-side Tag manager URL to the tag manager console
Wrapping up and recap