Hi, Spring fans! In this installment Shinya Yanagihara (@yanashin18618) talks to Spring Cloud GCP.
In my last article, I gave a general overview of Spring Cloud GCP with Cloud SQL. And also I announced to publish a hands-on about Spring Cloud GCP. Sorry for the delay but I publish the hands-on lab today.
I created the hands-on lab as a container image. Therefor you can start it soon if you have a container environment. I explain how-to-start:
1. Pull the lab image
First of all, let’s pull the lab image:
$ docker pull ghcr.io/shinyay/codelab-spring-cloud-gcp-mysql:1.0.0
2. Run the lab image
All that remains for you to do is to run the image.
$ docker run --rm -it -p 8080:8080 ghcr.io/shinyay/codelab-spring-cloud-gcp-mysql:1.0.0
This image has nginx in the container. Theirfore you can run it not only on local but also Kubernetes.
4. Access the Codelab
This lab opens at 8080 port. You can access it:
When you access it, you can see the following site. It contains a tutorial, so please follow it.
Tips for the lab
The lab explains a project template. You can retrieve the project template when you click the download button.
I use IntelliJ IDEA though, you can use whatever you like.
Test Driven Development based Lab
I have prepared several test codes in advance. Therefore I expect you run the tests, check the results and modify codes.
Key Takeaways and the next
I introduced the Codelab about Spring Cloud GCP. I would like to create and publish the Codelabs from here on out.
As I described in my last article, I am sure you notice Spring Cloud GCP is easy if you have already known and developed Spring Boot.
The only point was to configure what to use for the external database.
I will be glad to hear you start using Google Cloud when you tried this lab.
Please send your comments and suggestions to @yanashin18618.