Revisit the Cloud Scheduler + Cloud PubSub + Cloud Function to create a scheduled job to start and stop vm. The scheduled start VM (and later on we may add stop function) by deploying Cloud Scheduler, Cloud PubSub, and Cloud Function.
Hi everyone it's been an interesting discussion about having scheduled activities within the cloud environment with my fellow friends. The interesting thing is that I may revisit several services and write about those services at the same time. For that reason, I would like to utilize the scheduled start VM (and later on we may add stop function) by deploying Cloud Scheduler, Cloud PubSub, and Cloud Function. The previous link is the cloud blog with the high level concept of the function. It is quite straight-forward actually :
Scheduled job → pubsub → trigger cloud function (taken from the link above)
There are three-component that I will focus on in this story with an additional serverless framework to help to create a boilerplate for deploying cloud function.
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