I spent several days to learn how to install docker and run tensor flow in google cloud.
Even though I spent several days and tried to find out a way to do, still I cannot figure out Udacity Deep Learning class with TensorFlow.
Instead, I tried to do same thing in AWS. it is difficult but can figure out it finally. There is NO correct (updated) instruction in google cloud.
I understand that the quota limits can be frustrating. Our free trial model and the boundaries it provides are somewhat different than AWS's model. If you would like to "upgrade" your account (which doesn't initially cost anything) and request a quota increase, support can review your request. The form to request is accessible from the page inside the Console that shows what your quota currently is.
Taehee Jeong commented
I spent another several trials with the coach of Google cloud engineers.
However it turns out that I cannot use Jupyter notebook(a very basic and essential component) since I am in the Free trial stage, which is no more than 8 cores (or Virtual CPUs) running at the same time.
However, AWS provides Jupyter notebook and docker to a free trial user.