Libraries built and optimized for Ruby
Idiomatic libraries (gems) make writing Ruby apps for Google Cloud simple and intuitive. Libraries handle all the low-level details of communication with the server, including authenticating with Google, so you can focus on your app.
Find, diagnose, and fix complex issues
Ruby apps on Google Cloud integrate with Cloud Monitoring, Cloud Trace, Cloud Logging, and Error Reporting, allowing you to transparently instrument live production applications to diagnose performance bottlenecks and software bugs.
Monitor, troubleshoot, and improve Ruby application performance on your Google Cloud environment with operations products (formerly Stackdriver).
Google Kubernetes Engine
Run your Ruby apps in a secure and managed Kubernetes service with four-way auto scaling and multi-cluster support.
Scalable pay-as-you-go functions as a service (FaaS) to run your code with zero server management.
Cloud SQL is a fully managed database service that makes it easy to set up and manage your relational PostgreSQL, MySQL, and SQL Server databases.
Cloud Storage is a globally unified, scalable, and highly durable object storage for developers and enterprises.
Viewing Cloud Trace spans and request logs in multi-project deployments
Using Ruby on Rails with Cloud SQL for PostgreSQLLearn how to deploy a new Ruby on Rails application using Google Cloud SQL for PostgreSQL.
Using the Vision API with RubyAdd vision detection features to your application, including text and landmark detection or image labeling.
Moving your Rails app from Google App Engine Flex to Standard environment
Cloud Run on RailsIn this four-part tutorial you’ll learn, step by step, how to deploy a non-trivial Rails application in production with Cloud Run.
Running Rails on Google Cloud