The action transfers source code from the pipeline’s filesystem to Google App Engine, the fully managed serverless application platform. It supports Java, PHP, Node.js, Python, C#, .Net, Ruby and Go or it’s possible to bring any other language runtimes and frameworks.
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This action deploys files from a Git repository or a pipeline’s filesystem to Google Cloud Storage, the unified object storage for developers and enterprises.
This action transfers files from a Git repository or pipeline’s filesystem to Google Compute Engine, the scalable, high-Performance virtual machines
This action deploys files from the pipeline’s filesystem to Google Cloud Functions, the Google even-driven serverless compute platform.
This action triggers Google Function which is already deployed on the serverless compute platform.
This action transfers files from the pipeline filesystem to Google CDN the low-latency, low-cost content delivery using Google's global network.
This action runs gcloud commands in a container against Google Cloud account. The gcloud command-line interface is a tool that provides the primary CLI to Google Cloud Platform. You can use this tool to perform many common platform tasks either from the command-line or in scripts, or other automations.