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How do I create a function in Google Cloud?

Last updated on September 25, 2022 @ 8:56 pm

Google Cloud Functions allow you to create and run custom functions in the cloud. Functions are small, self-contained applications that can be run quickly and without any prior programming experience.

To create a function in Google Cloud, follow these steps:

1. Go to the Google Cloud Platform Console and select Compute Engine.

2. In the left navigation panel, select Functions.

3. Click the Create Function button.

4. Enter a name for your function, and select a region in which to run it.

5. Click the Next button.

6. In the Function Details page, specify the function’s parameters and environment variables.

8. In the Function Details page, review the function’s dependencies and select the packages and services your function will use.

9. Click the Finish button.

10. In the Functions console, your function is now ready to be deployed.

To deploy your function, click the Deploy button.

11. In the Deploy Function dialog, specify the parameters for your function’s deployment.

12. Click the Deploy button.

13. Your function is now running in the cloud.

To view the function’s logs, click the Logs button.

14. To stop your function, click the Stop button.

15. To view your function’s logs again, click the Logs button.

16. To view the function’s termination status, click the Termination Status button.

17. To view your function’s code, click the Code button.

18. To view the function’s configuration, click the Configuration button.

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20. To view the function’s code and configuration again, click the Code and Configuration buttons.

21. To view the function’s logs and code and configuration again, click the All button.

22. To view the function’s logs and code, configuration, and logs again, click the All button twice.

23. To view the function’s logs, code, and configuration again, click the All button three times.

24. To view the function’s logs, code, and configuration again, click the All button four times.

25. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and termination status, click the All button five times.

26. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs and termination status, click the All button six times.

27. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, termination status, and logs for the last 7 days, click the All button seven times.

28. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, termination status, and logs for the last 30 days, click the All button eight times.

29. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, termination status, and logs for the last 90 days, click the All button nine times.

30. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, termination status, and logs for the last year, click the All button 10 times.

31. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 5 years, click the All button 11 times.

32. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, termination status, and logs for the last 10 years, click the All button 12 times.

33. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 20 years, click the All button 13 times.

34. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 30 years, click the All button 14 times.

35. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 40 years, click the All button 15 times.

36. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 50 years, click the All button 16 times.

37. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 60 years, click the All button 17 times.

38. To view the function’s logs, code, configuration, and logs for the last 70 years, click the All button 18 times.

39. To view the function’s logs, code, and configuration for the last day, click the All button 19 times.

40. To view the function’s logs, code, and configuration for the last week, click the All button 20 times.

41. To view the function’s logs, code, and configuration for the last month, click the All button 21 times.

42. To view the function’s.

PRO TIP: When creating a function in Google Cloud, it is important to note that there is a limited amount of resources that can be used. If your function requires more resources than are available, it will not run correctly.
Morgan Bash

Morgan Bash

Technology enthusiast and Co-Founder of Women Coders SF.