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Google Cloud Classic v7.27.0 published on Thursday, Jun 13, 2024 by Pulumi

Docker Build and Push to GCR and Deploy to Google Cloud Run using separate projects

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Google Cloud Classic v7.27.0 published on Thursday, Jun 13, 2024 by Pulumi

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    An example of building a custom Docker image and pushing it into a Google Cloud Container Registry and then in a separate project deploying that image with the Google Cloud Run service using TypeScript.

    Note this is an adaptation of the gcp-ts-cloudrun example

    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
    6. Setup Docker auth with a JSON key to get image from GCR

    Build and Push Docker Image

    1. Navigate to the docker-build-push-gcr directory

    2. Restore NPM dependencies:

      $ npm install
      
    3. Create a new stack:

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

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

      $ pulumi up
      Previewing update (dev):
      ...
      
      Updating (dev):
          Type                   Name                 Status
      +   pulumi:pulumi:Stack    gcr-build-image-dev  created
      +   └─ docker:image:Image  ruby-app             created
      
      Outputs:
          digest: "gcr.io/velvety-rock-274215/ruby-app:latest-fee86d3d35fccf2ad4d86bbfcdd489acf7b1e4db0ebb8166378bd1fb0ca9cee6"
      
      Resources:
          + 2 created
      
      Duration: 16s
      

    Deploy Cloud Run

    1. Navigate to the cloud-run-deploy directory

    2. Restore NPM dependencies:

      $ npm install
      
    3. Create a new stack:

      $ pulumi stack init dev
      
    4. Configure your GCP project, region and docker config file:

      $ pulumi config set gcp:project <projectname>
      $ pulumi config set gcp:region <region>
      $ pulumi config set docker-config-file <location of ~/.docker/config.json>
      
    5. Run pulumi up to preview and deploy changes:

      $ pulumi up
      Previewing update (dev):
          Type                         Name                   Plan
      +   pulumi:pulumi:Stack          cloud-run-deploy-dev   create
      +   ├─ pulumi:providers:docker   gcr                    create
      +   ├─ docker:index:RemoteImage  ruby-app-docker-image  create
      +   ├─ gcp:cloudrun:Service      ruby                   create
      +   └─ gcp:cloudrun:IamMember    ruby-everyone          create
      
      Resources:
          + 5 to create
      
      Do you want to perform this update? yes
      Updating (dev):
          Type                         Name                   Status
      +   pulumi:pulumi:Stack          cloud-run-deploy-dev   created
      +   ├─ pulumi:providers:docker   gcr                    created
      +   ├─ docker:index:RemoteImage  ruby-app-docker-image  created
      +   ├─ gcp:cloudrun:Service      ruby                   created
      +   └─ gcp:cloudrun:IamMember    ruby-everyone          created
      
      Outputs:
          rubyUrl: "https://ruby-app-7a54c5f5e006d5cf33c2-zgms4nzdba-uc.a.run.app"
      
      Resources:
          + 5 created
      
      Duration: 23s
      
    6. Check the deployed Cloud Run endpoint:

      $ curl "$(pulumi stack output rubyUrl)"
      Hello Pulumi!
      
    7. Clean up your GCP and Pulumi resources (run in both projects):

      $ pulumi destroy
      ...
      $ pulumi stack rm dev
      ...
      
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    Google Cloud Classic v7.27.0 published on Thursday, Jun 13, 2024 by Pulumi