How to run your shell script without a server #shorts

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Now that many systems are in the cloud, it makes sense to run our admin scripts there as well. In this video, we show how to run a shell script, such as a script that runs nightly, without having to maintain a server or VM!

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5 thoughts on “How to run your shell script without a server #shorts

  1. Thanks for the tip. Is it needed to enable background CPU provision functionality since the command in the video uses –async ? How do I setting better logging message if something goes wrong with these background jobs?

  2. I'm very glad he mentioned that the Cloud Run service should be secured. I feel many cloud tutorials leave you with systems that aren't sealed in any meaningful way, while many of the real problems of cloud development lie in the sealing.

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