PHP tools for Google Cloud Platform
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Last update: 2023-10-01 00:09:07 UTC
google/cloud-tools to the
require-dev section of your
You can also run the following command:
$ composer require google/cloud-tools --dev
The cli script
src/Utils/Flex/flex_exec is a tool for running a
command with using the same Docker image as the application running on
App Engine Flex.
It spins up a Docker image of a Deployed App Engine Flexible App, and
runs a command in that image. For example, if you are running Laravel
application, you can invoke a command like
php artisan migrate in
If the Flex application is requesting the cloudsql access
cloud_sql_instances), this tool also provides the
connection to the same Cloud SQL instances.
The command runs on virtual machines provided by Google Cloud Container Builder, and has access to the credentials of the Cloud Container Builder service account.
To use flex_exec, you will need:
- An app deployed to Google App Engine Flex
- The gcloud SDK installed and configured. See https://cloud.google.com/sdk/
You may also need to grant the Cloud Container Builder service account
any permissions needed by your command. For accessing Cloud SQL, you
need to add
Cloud SQL Client permission to the service account.
You can find the service account configuration in the IAM tab in the
Cloud Console under the name
The tool uses virtual machine resources provided by Google Cloud Container Builder. Although a certain number of usage minutes per day is covered under a free tier, additional compute usage beyond that time is billed to your Google Cloud account. For more details, see: https://cloud.google.com/container-builder/pricing
If your command makes API calls or utilizes other cloud resources, you
may also be billed for that usage. However,
flex_exec does not use
actual App Engine instances, and you will not be billed for additional
App Engine instance usage.
src/Utils/Flex/flex_exec run -- php artisan migrate
There are various test utilities in the
The example test cases are available in
There are multiple environment variables to control the behavior of our test traits.
GOOGLE_PROJECT_ID: The project id for deploying the application.
GOOGLE_VERSION_ID: The version id for deploying the application.
GOOGLE_DEPLOYMENT_DELAY: Number of seconds to wait after the deployment has been triggered before continuing to execute tests.
GOOGLE_KEEP_DEPLOYMENT: Set to
trueto keep deployed app in place after test completion.
GOOGLE_SKIP_DEPLOYMENT: Set to
trueif you want to skip deployment.
RUN_DEPLOYMENT_TESTS: Set to
trueif you want to run deploy tests.
LOCAL_TEST_TARGETS: You can specify multiple yaml files if your test need multiple services.
PHP_CGI_PATH: Path to
php-cgifor running dev_appserver.
RUN_DEVSERVER_TESTS: Set to
trueif you want to run tests.