Speed up your Cloud Run service by hosting it closer to your users


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When it comes to response times on your app, every millisecond counts. In this episode of Serverless Expeditions Extended, Martin and Ahmet look at why Cloud Run may be slower for users in different regions. They also show how to use the Cloud HTTPS Load Balancer and Global Anycast IPs, so wherever the user connects from, they are routed to the “nearest” Google data center.

Timestamps:
0:00​ – Intro
1:08 – Why a Cloud Run service may be slower for some users
1:49 – How to bring your Cloud Run service closer to users
3:02 – Testing the service after bringing it closer to users
4:20 – Testing the service from another region
4:50 – Terraform and wrap-up

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Product: Cloud Run; fullname: Martin Omander, Ahmet Alp Balkan;


Duration: 00:05:35
Publisher: Google Cloud
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