Events for Cloud Run for Anthos >= Knative Eventing on Kubernetes

Introduction We recently announced a new feature, Events for Cloud Run for Anthos, to build event driven systems on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). In the announcement, we also stated that the solution is based on open-source Knative. In this blog post, I want to further explain the relationship between this new feature and Knative. I also want to convince you that our solution is an easier way to deploy Knative compliant event consuming services on Google Cloud. [Read More]

A first look at serverless orchestration with Workflows

Challenges in connecting services When I think about my recent projects, I probably spent half of my time coding new services and the other half in connecting services. Service A calling Service B, or Service C calling an external service and using the result to feed into another Service D. Connecting services is one of those things that ‘should be easy’ but in reality, it takes a lot of time and effort. [Read More]

Scheduled serverless dbt + BigQuery service

My colleague Felipe Hoffa recently published a blog post titled Get started with BigQuery and dbt, the easy way. More specifically, he showed how to install dbt in Google Cloud Shell, configure it and manually run it to create a temporary dataset in BigQuery. This is great for testing dbt + BigQuery but how do you run this kind of setup in production? dbt documentation states that Running dbt in production simply means setting up a system to run a dbt job on a schedule, rather than running dbt commands manually from the command line. [Read More]