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GCLOUD_COMPUTE_URL-MAPS_CREATE(1)	     GCLOUD_COMPUTE_URL-MAPS_CREATE(1)

NAME
       gcloud compute url-maps create -	create a URL map

SYNOPSIS
       gcloud  compute	url-maps create	NAME --default-service DEFAULT_SERVICE
	      [--description DESCRIPTION] [GLOBAL-FLAG ...]

DESCRIPTION
       gcloud compute url-maps create is used to create	 URL  maps  which  map
       HTTP  and  HTTPS	 request  URLs	to backend services. Mappings are done
       using a longest-match strategy.

       There are two components	to a mapping: a	host rule and a	path  matcher.
       A  host	rule  maps one or more hosts to	a path matcher.	A path matcher
       maps request paths to backend services. For example, a  host  rule  can
       map  the	hosts .google.com and google.com to a path matcher called www.
       The www path matcher in turn can	map the	path /search/  to  the	search
       backend service and everything else to a	default	backend	service.

       Host rules and patch matchers can be added to the URL map after the map
       is created by using 'gcloud compute url-maps edit' or by	using  'gcloud
       compute	 url-maps   add-path-matcher'  and  'gcloud  compute  url-maps
       add-host-rule'.

POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS
       NAME
	 The name of the URL map.

REQUIRED FLAGS
       --default-service DEFAULT_SERVICE
	 A backend service that	will be	used for requests for which  this  URL
	 map has no mappings.

OPTIONAL FLAGS
       --description DESCRIPTION
	 An optional, textual description for the URL map.

GLOBAL FLAGS
       Run $ gcloud help for a description of flags available to all commands.

					     GCLOUD_COMPUTE_URL-MAPS_CREATE(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | POSITIONAL ARGUMENTS | REQUIRED FLAGS | OPTIONAL FLAGS | GLOBAL FLAGS

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