This page lists GCP services that work well with Cloud Run and those that are not-yet supported for the fully managed version of Cloud Run. Cloud Run on GKE can use any service that Google Kubernetes Engine can use.
Connecting to GCP services in code
You can use the fully managed version of Cloud Run with the supported GCP services using the client libraries provided by these products. For code samples showing how to connect with a particular GCP service, refer to the documentation provided for that GCP service.
Note that Cloud Run uses a default runtime service account that has the Project > Editor role, which means it is able to call all GCP APIs. You do not need to provide credentials manually inside Cloud Run container instances when using the GCP client libraries.
Services and tools recommended for use
The following table lists services recommended for the fully managed version of Cloud Run. These services also work well with Cloud Run on GKE, but in addition, Cloud Run on GKE can use any service that Google Kubernetes Engine can use.
|Cloud Build||Build container images, continuous integration and delivery.|
|Container Registry||Store container images.|
|Stackdriver||Monitoring and logging of Cloud Run services.|
|Cloud Firestore||Fully managed NoSQL database.|
|Cloud Storage||Object storage.|
|Cloud Pub/Sub||Push events to Cloud Run services. Refer to the Using Cloud Pub/Sub with Cloud Run Tutorial.|
|Cloud Scheduler||Trigger Cloud Run services on a schedule.|
|Cloud Tasks||Execute asynchronous tasks on Cloud Run. Refer to HTTP Target tasks with authentication tokens.|
|Identity Platform||Login your users.|
|BigQuery||Fully managed cloud data warehouse for analytics.|
|Firebase Hosting||Fully managed hosting service for static and dynamic content with configurable CDN caching.|
|Cloud Endpoints||API management including routing, authentication, API keys, rate limiting, and quota. Refer to Getting Started with Endpoints for Cloud Run.|
Connecting to Cloud SQL
Services not yet supported
The following table lists services that are not yet supported by the fully managed version of Cloud Run. Note that Cloud Run on GKE can use any service that Google Kubernetes Engine can use.
|Virtual Private Cloud||Cloud Run cannot connect to VPC network.|
|Cloud Memorystore||Cloud Run cannot connect to VPC network.|
|Cloud Filestore (NAS)||Cloud Filestore is not Cloud Firestore, which is supported.|
|Cloud Load Balancing|
|VPC Service Controls|
|Cloud Asset Inventory|