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The uniqueness of each organization in the enterprise IT space creates interesting challenges in how they need to handle alerts. With many commercial tools in the IT Service Management (ITSM) market, and lots of custom internal tools, we equip teams with tools that are both flexible and powerful. This post is for Google Cloud customers …

December was a busy month for the Eventarc team, who landed a number of features at the end of the year. Let’s take a closer look at some of these new capabilities. Cloud Storage trigger is GA Back in September, we announced the public preview of Cloud Storage triggers as the preferred way of routing …

The evolution of technologies such as containerization, container orchestration, and cloud-native serverless services has given us the ability to develop distributed solutions based on microservices architectures that are both more scalable and more reliable. Click to enlarge What is microservices architecture? Microservices architecture (often shortened to microservices) refers to an architectural style for developing applications. …

I recently talked about orchestration versus choreography in connecting microservices and introduced Workflows for use cases that can benefit from a central orchestrator. I also mentioned Eventarc and Pub/Sub in the choreography camp for more loosely coupled event-driven architectures. In this blog post, I talk more about the unified eventing experience by Eventarc.   What …

Whether your company is processing e-commerce transactions, producing goods or delivering IT services, you need to manage the flow of work across a variety of systems. And while it’s possible to manage those workflows manually or with general-purpose tools, doing so is much easier with a purpose-built product. Google Cloud has two workflow tools in …

We are announcing a new Terraform module for provisioning load balancers optimized for serverless applications. With this Terraform module, you can complete your load balancing task with a single module, instead of configuring many underlying network resources yourself in Terraform. In an earlier article, we showed you how to build a Cloud HTTPS Load Balancer …

Serverless containerization has taken the world by storm as it gives developers a way to deploy their stateless microservices without a heavy burden of infrastructure management. Cloud Run abstracts all infrastructure management. You hand over a container image with a web server and stateless logic, and specify a combination of memory/CPU and allowed concurrency. Cloud …

Deploying code to production directly from your dev machine can lead to unforeseen issues: the code might have local changes, the process is manual and error prone, and tests can be bypassed. And later on, it makes it impossible to understand what actual code is running in production. A best practice for avoiding these hardships …