Cloud Run for Anthos on Google Cloud provides a flexible serverless development platform on
Google Kubernetes Engine. Cloud Run for Anthos is powered by
an open source project that supports serverless workloads on
is also available as a fully managed serverless platform, without
Kubernetes. Learn more about the Cloud Run platforms
Local troubleshooting of a Cloud Run for Anthos service
Troubleshoot a broken Cloud Run service using Stackdriver tools for discovery and a local development workflow for investigation. This tutorial uses a sample project that results in runtime errors when deployed, which you troubleshoot to find and fix the problem.
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Deploying internal services using Cloud Run for Anthos
Demonstrates how to expose services deployed to Cloud Run for Anthos on Google Cloud on your internal network. This type of configuration allows other resources in your network to communicate with the service using a private, internal (RFC 1918) IP address. Exposing services on an internal network is useful for enterprises that provide internal apps to their staff, and for services that are used by clients that run outside the Cloud Run for Anthos on Google Cloud cluster.
Learn how to migrate Node.js web apps that are running on Heroku to Cloud Run on Google Cloud. This tutorial is intended for architects and product owners who want to migrate their apps from Heroku to managed services on Google Cloud.
Learn patterns and practices for creating apps that are resilient and scalable, two essential goals of many modern architecture exercises. A well-designed app scales up and down as demand increases and decreases, and is resilient enough to withstand service disruptions. Building and operating apps that meet these requirements requires careful planning and design.
Authenticating Cloud Run on GKE end users using Istio and Identity Platform
Learn how to authenticate end users of applications deployed to Cloud Run for Anthos on Google Cloud using Istio authentication policies and Identity Platform. Using Istio to authenticate means that authentication logic doesn't need to be part of the application code. This separation lets different teams be responsible for application code and authentication policy, and authentication policies can apply across multiple applications or services.
Modernization path for .NET applications on Google Cloud
This document looks at the common limitations of monolithic applications and describes a gradual yet structured process for modernizing them. This document is intended for cloud architects, system administrators, and CTOs who are familiar with Windows and the .NET ecosystem and want to learn more about what modernization involves.
This guide introduces best practices to help enterprise customers like you on your journey to Google Cloud. The guide is not an exhaustive list of recommendations. Instead, its goal is to help enterprise architects and technology stakeholders understand the scope of activities and plan accordingly. Each section provides key actions and includes links for further reading.