Set up GCP Private Service Connect

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User Guide

Subscription Information

This feature is supported on the Cloud (SaaS) platform, with an Enterprise X or Enterprise+ license.

To help JFrog customers who wish to reduce the security risks associated with exposing their JFrog SaaS instances via the public Internet, JFrog enables you to set up a GCP Private Service Connect connection.

This enables establishing a secure network connection–originating from your own cloud environment (GCP VPC), to your JFrog Cloud (SaaS) instance – without traversing the traffic via the public Internet. Instead, the traffic traverses within the GCP backbone.


To set up your Private Service Connect connection, you will need to have a Google Cloud customer account.

Get Started

You are about to set up a GCP Private Service Connect connection, in which the source is your own GCP VPC and the target is the JFrog Service Attachment.

In this procedure, we will guide you through the steps of setting up the GCP Private Service Connect. Once you establish the connection, you will be able to connect from your VPC to your JFrog instance via the GCP backbone (i.e., without going through the public Internet).


This option is currently available for Enterprise X and Enterprise+ subscriptions only.


Setup Process

The process of setting up an GCP Private Service Connect connection is split between GCP and JFrog. These are the high-level steps you will need to complete for this procedure.

Before You Get Started

If you want to use your own custom domain to access your JFrog Platform instance (e.g.,, but have not yet set one up, do so now before beginning the process detailed below. Contact JFrog support to set up this configuration for you.