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Google’s Cloud Deployment Manager Is Now Available To The General Public

By Chris Crum

August 18, 2015

Back in May, Google released Cloud Deployment Manager in beta. It’s now generally available and ready for anybody to use for production.

The tool lets you create, deploy, and manage Cloud Platform resources. You can create dynamic templates that describe your desired configuration and use it to create Cloud resources as a single deployment.

In a blog post, Google lists the following features:

– Define your infrastructure deployment in a template and deploy via command line or RESTful API

– Templates support jinja or python, so you can take advantage of programming constructs, such as loops, conditionals, and parameterized inputs for deployments requiring logic

– UI support for viewing and deleting deployments in Google Developers Console

– Tight integration with Google Cloud Platform resources from compute to storage to networking, which provides faster provisioning and visualization of the deployments

Using Deployment Manager will not cost you anything extra. It supports most Google Cloud [...]

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