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Google Cloud Run

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An example of deploying a custom Docker image into Google Cloud Run service using TypeScript. Our image builds a simple HelloWorld web application in Ruby. You may change it to any language and runtime that can run on Linux and serve HTTP traffic.

Prerequisites

  1. Ensure you have the latest Node.js and NPM
  2. Install the Pulumi CLI
  3. Configure Pulumi to access your GCP account
  4. Install Docker
  5. Enable Docker to deploy to Google Container Registry with gcloud auth configure-docker

Running the App

  1. Restore NPM dependencies:

    $ npm install
    
  2. Create a new stack:

    $ pulumi stack init dev
    
  3. Configure your GCP project and region:

    $ pulumi config set gcp:project <projectname> 
    $ pulumi config set gcp:region <region>
    
  4. Run pulumi up to preview and deploy changes:

    ``` $ pulumi up Previewing update (dev): …

    Updating (dev): Type Name Status

    • pulumi:pulumi:Stack gcp-cloudrun-dev created
    • ├─ docker:image:Image ruby-app created
    • ├─ gcp:projects:Service EnableCloudRun created
    • ├─ gcp:cloudrun:Service hello created
    • ├─ gcp:cloudrun:Service ruby created
    • ├─ gcp:cloudrun:IamMember hello-everyone created
    • └─ gcp:cloudrun:IamMember ruby-everyone created

    Outputs: helloUrl: “https://hello-a28eea2-q1wszdxb2b-ew.a.run.app" rubyUrl : “https://ruby-420a973-q1wszdxb2b-ew.a.run.app"

    Resources: + 7 created

    Duration: 3m37s ```

  5. Check the deployed Cloud Run endpoint:

    $ curl "$(pulumi stack output rubyUrl)"
    Hello Pulumi!
    
  6. Clean up your GCP and Pulumi resources:

    $ pulumi destroy
    ...
    $ pulumi stack rm dev
    ...