Understanding Cloud Functions

Understanding Cloud Functions

Google Cloud Functions is a lightweight compute solution for developers to create single-purpose, stand-alone functions that respond to Cloud events without the need to manage a server or runtime environment.

Welcome back to another episode of Cloud Functions for Firebase. In the last episode, Doug showed you how global memory and temp disk space was retained between function invocations on the same server instance. In this episode, you will learn how to safely code for your functions that will run in parallel on multiple instances. Check out the resource below to find out more information, and subscribe to the Firebase channel for more app development tutorials!

Cloud Functions Execution Environment docs → http://bit.ly/2XghRWu

Retry asynchronous functions → http://bit.ly/2tGtZCh

Modifying function configuration → http://bit.ly/2H5L2GS

Python runtime → http://bit.ly/2TEW1g4

Google Cloud regions → http://bit.ly/2Hmp5m0

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