#gcp (2020-01)

Google Cloud Platform

2020-01-31

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Patrick M. Slattery
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2020-01-30

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albttx

Yes, but there is no dispatch file for cloud run, and Cloud endpoints is in beta, to run you need a to deploy their proxy on cloud run, so it’s will double the cold run…

I’ll run cloud compute with a nomad cluster it’s will be easier

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albttx

Gcp is really missing an api gateway…

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Chris Fowles

they acquired apigee a little while back and i was really expecting them to come out with a decent solution built on that pretty quickly but from what i’ve seen interacting with their sales teams the apigee stuff seems to be more co-sold than sold as a gcp service

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Chris Fowles

the advantage of could run (and appengine standard env) is that you can scale down to 0 very easily with pretty quick cold starts

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Chris Fowles

to achieve this you have to make a fair few concessions to an opinionated platform (as with anything like this)

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Chris Fowles

if you can’t make those concessions for business or technical reasons it makes sense to fall back to a lower level compute platform

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Chris Fowles

either gke or compute engine

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Erik Osterman (Cloud Posse)

Thanks @Chris Fowles ! Really insightful

2020-01-29

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albttx

Hey @Chris Fowles, sorry i just saw your message, i rage quit app engine because i understood that google download the code and compile it in their backend, it’s not just taking the binary and in my monorepo it wasn’t working. But i discovered cloud run that’s way more easy so my architecture is:

• 3 backend api (dockerized) on cloud run

• 1 psql database

• 1 front end (made with nuxt, it’s on app engine work like a charm) I’m using terraform,

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albttx

i had few questions about how to organize that

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albttx

my 3 services expose 3 endpoints

• /auth

• /users

• /threads but i don’t find a service for routing…

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Chris Fowles

i’ve not used cloudrun yet unfortunately

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Chris Fowles

something cloudendpoints might do the trick though https://cloud.google.com/endpoints/docs/openapi/

Cloud Endpoints for OpenAPI  |  Cloud Endpoints with OpenAPI attachment image

All about Cloud Endpoints with OpenAPI.

2020-01-28

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@albttx - i’ve done a little bit with app engine and happy to answer what i can

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