This article will be the home page for a collection of articles related to developing C++ applications in Google Cloud. This will include small example applications published to GitHub.
I have decades of experience writing commercial enterprise applications in C++. For cloud development, most of my C++ experience is for AWS and Azure. Although I know Google Cloud deeply, I have almost no C++ experience writing for Google Cloud. These articles might help others get started as you follow my path to take my knowledge and apply it to Google Cloud.
I have selected the CrowCpp framework to use for HTTP servers. The CrowCpp framework works well for Docker containers, Google Cloud Run, and Google Compute Engine. I plan to look into deploying CrowCpp on Google Cloud Functions and Google App Engine. Google does offer the Functions Framework for C++ and that might be a better framework for Cloud Functions.
My strategy is to publish a series of articles much like I did for PyScript.
Stay tuned as I start to publish the work I have completed so far.
- C++ on Google Cloud
- GitHub: Google Cloud Platform C++ Client Libraries
- Google Cloud Storage C++ Client
- Google Cloud Functions Framework for C++
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I design software for enterprise-class systems and data centers. My background is 30+ years in storage (SCSI, FC, iSCSI, disk arrays, imaging) virtualization. 20+ years in identity, security, and forensics.
For the past 14+ years, I have been working in the cloud (AWS, Azure, Google, Alibaba, IBM, Oracle) designing hybrid and multi-cloud software solutions. I am an MVP/GDE with several.
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