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How do I deploy a project within GCP?
Using the Google Cloud to deploy an application has many benefits, including high reliability and low maintenance costs. We will outline the procedures for deploying a project in GCP in this article.
Steps for GCP Project Deployment
1. GCP Account Login
We must sign in to the Google Cloud to perform the deployment process. Use this code.
gcloud auth login
2. Deployment To Google Cloud Functions
Extensions allow for the deployment of applications to cloud functions. Each extension makes it possible to create a specific kind of application. Google Cloud Functions, Google Cloud Functions HTTP binding, and Funky Google Cloud Functions are a few of the extensions.
3. Deployment To App Engine
1. The app requires an App Engine environment. If we don’t already have one, we can create one using the code below.
gcloud app create --project=[YOUR_PROJECT_ID]
2. Making the src/main/appengine/app.yaml file is the next step. The runtime: java11 engine has been chosen. There will now be a default service for the App Engine application.
3. The application must be configured to be packaged as an uber-jar using the application.properties file because the engine standard does not support all java framework default packaging layouts.
4. Finally, we can start with the creation of the application. Both manually and through the use of Google Cloud are options.
Manual development: For this, we can use Apache Maven.
- First, we need to create a JAR with all the application classes and their dependencies by using the mvn clean package.
- The app can then be launched in the engine by using the code below.
gcloud app deploy target/getting-started-1.0.0-SNAPSHOT-runner.jar
- The output will provide the URL. To access it through a browser, use the gcloud app browse.
Development using gcloud
It is the simplest method for creating the app. Start the gcloud app deploy command in the app’s root to begin the uploading of files. The JAR will then be packaged via Maven and initiated on the Engine. The output will contain the URL. To access it through a browser, use the gcloud app browse.
The article outlines the simplest method our support team has found for deploying a project on the Google Cloud Platform. The deployment process for the method consists of three steps. The article offers two additional ways to finish the application development.