Hello @Sprintler Technologies. Wowza can’t record directly to a HTTP endpoint, you can only specify mounted volumes as storage space for recording.
In some cases (e.g. Amazon S3), it’s possible to mount the remote storage as a local volume, but it’s not recommended to record directly to these, for performance reasons.
What you can do, is to record to a local volume, then let Wowza automatically copy or upload the file to your remote storage location when the recording has finished. Wowza has written a plug-in that shows how to do this for Amazon S3 (https://github.com/WowzaMediaSystems/wse-plugin-s3upload), and I assume it’s possible to change a bit of the source code so that it can upload to the Google Cloud Lamp Stack.
PS: The “Find a Consultant” forums are primarily meant if you’re looking to hire a Wowza Authorized Consultant for a job or a project. Other questions may fit better in the Wowza Streaming Engine forums here: https://www.wowza.com/community/spaces/31/index.html