Documentation for the google cloud command.

Bind new project to account

$ gloud config set project <project_name>

Upload a docker container

$ gcloud docker push gcr.io/<project_id>/hello-node:v1

List configuration

$ gcloud config list

Set availability zone

Just like AWS, gcloud has different availability zones:

$ gcloud config set compute/zone us-central1-b

To view which availability zones are available:

$ gcloud compute zones list

Create a new container cluster

Create a new cluster of machines. Use the -m flag to specify a machine type, e.g. -m f1-micro. Clusters are created in the current compute zone.

$ gcloud container clusters create <cluster_name>
$ gcloud container clusters create <cluster_name> -m <machine_type>

List running container clusters

$ gcloud container clusters list

Tear down a container cluster

$ gcloud container clusters delete <cluster_name>

Get cluster credentials

After creating a cluster using whichever method you prefer (gcloud, ui, terraform), the credentials must be loaded into kubectl:

$ gcloud container clusters get-credentials <cluster_name>

Get in-depth cluster information

Sometimes you want to see a little more. The describe command does just that:

$ gcloud container clusters describe <cluster_name>

SSH into instance

$ gcloud compute instances list
$ gcloud compute ssh <instance_name> --zone=<instance_zone>

And to attach to a running container:

$ sudo docker ps -a
$ sudo docker exec -it <container_id> bash

View active account

$ gloud auth list

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