How to run your Java Spring Boot app serverless on Google Cloud


Let’s say you want to build an inventory tracking system on Cloud Run, but the application uses Java and Spring Boot, how can you accomplish this? Welcome back to another episode of Serverless Expeditions! In this episode, Martin and Aaron work through their inventory tracking app that has an HTML user interface and connects to a database. Watch as they walk through making a new Google Cloud Platform project and share the optional use of Cloud Shell.

Chapters:
0:00 – Intro
0:33 – App rundown
0:50 – Creating a simple service and deploying
1:58 – Adding a sign-of-life “hello world”
2:40 – How to deploy to Cloud Run
4:04 – Passing tests before your deploy
5:48 – Wrap up

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product: Cloud – Serverless Computing – Cloud Run; fullname: Martin Omander;


Duration: 00:06:14
Publisher: Google Cloud
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