This page describes creating a service and viewing information about a service. Services are the main resources of Cloud Run for Anthos.
Creating a service
Viewing the list of services in your project
You can view a list of the available services in your project using Google Cloud console or the Google Cloud CLI:
To view the services list:
Examine the displayed list of services for your project:
To list the services in your project:
gcloud run services list
You can filter this list by properties of the service definition, such as an assigned label.
Copying a service
You can make a copy of an existing service using Google Cloud console or YAML. You can change anything you want in the copy, including name and region.
To copy a service:
Select the service to copy from the displayed list of services for your project:
In the service copy page, set or change any values you want to change, such as region, etc. If you are keeping the same region, you must provide a new name for the service.
Click Create to make a copy and deploy it using the new service name.
You can download the configuration of an existing service into a
YAML file with the
gcloud run services describe command by using the
You can then modify that YAML file and deploy
those changes with the
gcloud run services replace command.
You must ensure that you modify only the specified attributes.
Download the configuration of your service into a file named
service.yamlon local workspace:
gcloud run services describe SERVICE --format export > service.yaml
Replace SERVICE with the name of your Cloud Run for Anthos service.
Make any desired configuration changes to the service as described in the various configuration pages.
apiVersion: serving.knative.dev/v1 kind: Service metadata: annotations: ... name: SERVICE ... spec: template: metadata: annotations: ... name: REVISION-NAME
If you are deploying the copy to the same Kubernetes cluster, replace SERVICE with the name you want to use for the copy. If you are deploying the copy to a different Kubernetes cluster, you can use the same name.
Make sure the value for REVISION-NAME starts with the service name (SERVICE). For example, if the new service name is
mynewfoo, then the revision name must be in the format
mynewfoo-whatever. Optionally delete the value altogether and a new revision name is created automatically.
Copy the service using the following command:
gcloud run services replace service.yaml
--regionflag to deploy the copy to a different region.
Viewing more details about a service
To see more details about a service,
To view a service's details:
Click on the desired service in the displayed list of services for your project to open the service details view:
Note the REVISIONS, LOGS and DETAILS tabs. The revisions tab shows the list of revisions, the logs tab shows the service logs, and the details tab shows the current authentication or connectivity settings.
To view details about a service:
gcloud run services describe SERVICEReplace SERVICE with the name of the service.
You can use the
--format flag to format
the output. For example as YAML:
gcloud run services describe SERVICE --format yaml
You can use
--format export to export as YAML without automatically
generated labels or status:
gcloud run services describe SERVICE --format export
You can also use the
--format flag to get
the URL of the service:
gcloud run services describe SERVICE --format='value(status.url)'
For details about the revisions of a service, see Managing Revisions.
Changing service connectivity settings
A Cloud Run for Anthos service can have either of two connection options:
external, which allows external access to your service
internal which restricts access only to other services in your cluster.
You can use the console or the Google Cloud CLI to change the settings.
To change service connectivity settings:
Click on the desired service in the displayed list of services for your project to open the service details view.
Click the Triggers tab.
Select the desired setting and click Save.
To change service connectivity settings, update the service with the desired connectivity setting:
gcloud run services update [SERVICE] --connectivity=[OPTION]
[SERVICE]with the name of the service you are updating. You can omit this parameter entirely, but you will be prompted for the service name if you omit it.
Deleting existing services
Deleting a service deletes all resources related to this service, including all revisions of this service whether they are serving traffic or not.
When deleting a service, the container images used by the deleted revisions are not deleted automatically from Container Registry. To delete container images from Container Registry see Deleting images.
Note that deleting a service is permanent: there is no undo or restore. However, if after deleting a service, you deploy a new service with the same name in the same cluster, it will have the same endpoint URL.
To delete a service:
Locate the service you want to delete in the services list, and click its checkbox to select it.
Click DELETE. This deletes all revisions of the service.
To delete a service, use the command:
gcloud run services delete [SERVICE]
[SERVICE] with the name of your service.