This is the Archived version of the documentation. The free trial period ended on Sept. 30, 2021.

See the GA version documentation for details about installing Cloud Run for Anthos as an Anthos fleet component with Anthos Service Mesh.

Cloud Run for Anthos in the Google Cloud console

Cloud Run for Anthos is now available as a separate experience from the managed Cloud Run product in the Google Cloud console. The new Cloud Run for Anthos page provides you a product specific experience for all your Cloud Run for Anthos services. You have the same full control and can now continue performing all the same creation, deployment, configuration, and management tasks on your services from a dedicated page.

Accessing Cloud Run for Anthos

The Cloud Run for Anthos menu is located under Anthos:

Cloud console menu

You will find all of your Cloud Run for Anthos services listed in the new page:

Go to Cloud Run for Anthos

Cloud console page

What's new and changed

Product specific support

The new Cloud Run for Anthos page supports only your Cloud Run for Anthos services. Any of your services for the managed Cloud Run product continue to be available from the Cloud Run page in the Google Cloud console.

Cluster requirements

The prerequisites for Cloud Run for Anthos have changed to require that you must first create and configure your Anthos clusters. You are no longer able to create clusters from within the Cloud Run for Anthos page in the Google Cloud console.

For more information about supported clusters and configuration requirements, see Anthos clusters.

Note that Anthos Service Mesh will be the recommended and fully supported service mesh for your Cloud Run for Anthos services. Anthos Service Mesh requires that your clusters use a machine type that has at least 4 vCPUs, such as e2-standard-4. If you need to change your cluster's machine type, see Migrating workloads to different machine types.