Deploying a service to Cloud Run

Now that you're all set up, you can deploy your service to Cloud Run and view your service live.

Defining your run configuration

Before you deploy your service, you must create your run configuration:

  1. Navigate to Run/Debug configurations selector in the Navigation bar and click Edit Configurations.
  2. In the left pane, click Cloud Run: Deploy.
  3. Set your Google Cloud project ID.
  4. Choose your platform preferences under Deployment Platform, either Cloud Run or Cloud Run for Anthos. For a detailed description of each option, see the Cloud Run platform guide.

    • If Cloud Run is selected, choose a region to deploy to.
    • If Cloud Run for Anthos is selected, configure the Kubernetes cluster information.

      Deployment platform options: Fully Managed (chosen) and Anthos on GKE with a region specified

  5. If your service is a public API or website, choose Allow unauthenticated invocations in the Authentication section. Otherwise, select Require authentication.

  6. Under Revision Settings, Cloud Code automatically populates the container image URL field with the storage location of your container image (where it stores your service, once it builds and containerizes it). This value is based on your Google Cloud project and service name.

    If you need to, you can override this value:

    • For both Cloud Run and Cloud Run for Anthos, you can store your images on either:
      • Container Registry, using the format gcr.io/PROJECT_ID/IMAGE_NAME
        • PROJECT_ID is the ID of your Google Cloud project
        • IMAGE_NAME refers to the container image repository
      • Artifact Registry, using the format REGION-docker.pkg.dev/PROJECT_ID/REPO_NAME/IMAGE_NAME
        • REGION is the repository's supported region
        • PROJECT_ID is the ID of your Google Cloud project containing your cluster
        • REPO_NAME is the name of your repository where your image is stored
        • IMAGE_NAME refers to your image
    • If you're using Cloud Run for Anthos, you can store your images on Docker Hub using the format, docker.io/ACCOUNT, where ACCOUNT is the name of your Docker Hub account. Make sure that you're properly authenticated if you're using a private Docker Hub repository.

      Run/Debug configuration open with sample fields (project ID and region) filled in

  7. Under Build settings, choose whether to build locally or on Cloud Build.

    If you're developing on Apple M-series silicon, selecting the Cloud Build option ensures that you're building an image that can run on Cloud Run's x86 architecture. For information about the cost of building your application using Cloud Build, see Cloud Build Pricing.

  8. Choose a builder and plugin.

    Cloud Code supports Docker, Jib, and Buildpacks artifact types.

  9. Click OK.

Optional: Customizing your configuration

When deploying your service, you can specify additional settings such as a service account, environment variables, and, when using Cloud Run, a VPC Connector and SQL connections. Specify the additional settings in the Advanced revision settings section when you choose Edit Configurations.

Environment variables:

The following environment variables are automatically added to the running containers:

Name Description Example
PORT The port your HTTP server should listen on. 8080
K_SERVICE The name of the Cloud Run service being run. hello-world
K_REVISION The name of the Cloud Run revision being run. hello-world.1
K_CONFIGURATION The name of the Cloud Run configuration that created the revision. hello-world

Deploying your service

To deploy your service, follow these steps:

  1. Choose your run target from the Run/Debug configurations dialog on the top taskbar.
  2. Click Run run action icon.
  3. View your running service by following the URL displayed in the output window.
  4. You can also view the status of your service (metrics, revision details, and more) by following the logs URL displayed in the output window.

    Viewing the status of your service in the Console

Getting support

To submit feedback or report an issue in your IntelliJ IDE, go to Tools > Cloud Code > Help / About > Submit feedback or report an issue to report an issue on GitHub, or ask a question on Stack Overflow.

You can also join the #cloud-code channel, which is part of the Google Cloud Slack community.