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Last fall, the Cloud Run team announced a new feature allowing operators to keep a container instance’s CPU fully-allocated outside of the standard request cycle. By default, Cloud Run instances are only allocated CPU during request processing as well as during container startup and shutdown as per the instance lifecycle. With this release, users can …

We’re happy to announce that you can now create Eventarc triggers to directly target Workflows destinations. Available as a preview feature, it simplifies event-driven orchestrations by enabling you to route Eventarc events to Workflows without having an intermediary service. Integrating Eventarc and Workflows In a previous post, we talked about how to integrate Eventarc and Workflows. Since there was no direct integration …

As we continue to explore climate solutions using machine learning in our People & Planet AI YouTube series, we have been blown away by an amazing project called Climate TRACE. It is a collaborative data sharing effort across 50+ organizations with the intention of helping the public (for free) to view where carbon pollution is emitted by country and …

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 …