Cloud Code for IntelliJ features

Cloud Code provides IDE support for the full development cycle of Cloud Run, Kubernetes, and App Engine applications, with run-ready samples, out-of-the-box configuration snippets, and a tailored debugging experience.

Cloud Code also provides better integration with Google Cloud tools like Cloud Source Repositories, Cloud Storage and a variety of Cloud libraries.

Here's a snapshot of what Cloud Code has to offer:

  • Streamlined deployment to Cloud Run: Deploy your Cloud Run services directly from the IDE to Cloud Run (fully managed).
  • One-click Run on Kubernetes: Develop on your Kubernetes clusters right from your IDE, using Skaffold. Configure Skaffold to use your desired build and deployment strategies: works with kubectl, Helm, Cloud Build (for remote builds), Jib, and Kaniko.
  • Continuous development on Kubernetes: To maintain a tight development inner loop, you can enable continuous development and your changes are reflected in near real-time! With any changes to your Kubernetes config or code, Cloud Code will rebuild the container(s) and rerun your application.
  • Easy maintenance of resources: Monitor your Cloud Run and Kubernetes resources from within your IDE by streaming and viewing logs for your resources using the Cloud Run and Kubernetes Explorers. You can also start, stop, and track the status of your clusters using the cluster dashboard.
  • Skaffold configuration file and Kubernetes YAML editing support: Get set up quickly with smart templates, out-of-the-box snippets, and context-based completions to help you configure schema files according to best practices.
  • App Engine integration: Migrate your App Engine application to Cloud Code, where you can run and debug locally for applications in the standard environment, and deploy applications in either the standard or flexible environment.
  • Secret Manager support: Protect sensitive information and keep your app secure with Cloud Code's integrated Secret Manager support. You can create, view, update, and use secrets in the Secret Manager view without having them in your codebase.
  • Google Cloud API browser: Browse available Cloud APIs, enable services, and install and learn how to integrate client libraries in your app without leaving your IDE and breaking your development flow, all with the API library browser.
  • Custom samples: Set up and share repositories of application samples, custom to your organization, to get your team started quickly.
  • Compute Engine integration: View the Compute Engine VMs running your applications, establish connections to your VMs using SSH, view application logs, and upload files to a VM.

Get 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.