Google Announces Eventarc in Preview

Google Announces Eventarc in Preview

In a recent blog post, Google announced Eventarc, a new events functionality that allows customers to trigger Cloud Run from more than 60 Google Cloud sources. With Eventarc, customers can build event-driven applications and take care of event ingestion, delivery, security, authorization, observability, and error handling.

In a recent blog post, Google announced Eventarc, a new events functionality that allows customers to trigger Cloud Run from more than 60 Google Cloud sources. With Eventarc, customers can build event-driven applications and take care of event ingestion, delivery, security, authorization, observability, and error handling.

Google Cloud Run allows customers to run stateless containers in a fully-managed environment. It is built from open-source Knative, letting you choose to run your containers either fully managed with Cloud Run, or in your Google Kubernetes Engine cluster with Cloud Run for Anthos. And with Eventarc, customers can connect Cloud Run services with events from a variety of sources. 

According to the Google announcement blog post, customers can use Eventarc to address use cases such as video analysis, file conversion, new user signup, application monitoring, and hundreds of others by acting on events that originate from Cloud Storage, BigQuery, Firestore, and more than 60 other Google Cloud sources. Eventarc supports:

  • Receiving events from 60+ Google Cloud sources (via Cloud Audit logs)
  • Receiving events from custom sources by publishing to Pub/Sub – customer's code can send events to signal between microservices 
  • Adhere to the CloudEvents standard for all events, regardless of source, to ensure a consistent developer experience
  • On-demand scalability and no minimum fees

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