John Hanley

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Google Cloud Run Deep Dive – Understanding the APIs – Part 2

Introduction This article discusses mapping custom domains for Google Cloud Run Managed. In a future article, I will cover Google Cloud Run on GKE. Google Cloud Run supports using a custom domain rather than the default address provided for a… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run Deep Dive – Understanding the APIs – Part 1

Introduction To understand Google Cloud Run, you must peel back the layers and look at the interfaces that the API offers. Understanding the API will provide you with a better understanding of the features and capabilities. If your goal is… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Minimizing Cold Starts

Introduction This article discusses Google Cloud Run cold starts, what they are and how to avoid cold starts. What is Cold Start? Cloud Run is a stateless HTTP serverless container service that provides on-demand services that autoscales to zero instances…. Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Simple File Server in Go

Introduction This article shows how to serve files with Google Cloud Run. There are a few reasons to use Cloud Run instead of Google Cloud Storage. To learn how to deploy a simple file sharing service using Cloud Run. To… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Identity

Introduction Sometimes your Google Cloud Run app needs to communicate with or consume other services. This can be a simple as reading an object in Cloud Storage, sending an email, or connecting to a database. What identity does Cloud Run use?… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Pricing

Introduction Google Cloud Run charges you for the resources you use when you use them. No long running compute instances, just on-demand services. There are several components to Cloud Run services. In this article, we will look at each one…. Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – HTTPS – Part 2

Introduction This article discusses HTTP to HTTPS redirection in software. I will show you one method of server-side redirects in Python 3 and Flask. I will start by analyzing the HTTP headers received by a Cloud Run container application and… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – HTTPS – Part 1

Introduction This article discusses HTTP to HTTPS redirection as implemented by Google Cloud Run. Today, all websites should deliver traffic over HTTPS. Google Cloud has adopted this policy providing HTTPS for Cloud Run service URLs with automatic redirects from HTTP to… Continue Reading →

Google Cloud Run – Getting Started with Python and Flask

Introduction On August 15, 2018, Google released the Alpha release of Google Cloud Run. Many of us saw the potential and went to work learning this new platform. Everything serverless gets our attention. Cloud Run is Google’s entry into serverless… Continue Reading →

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