DAVID STANKE: With almost 500 sessions at Next 2019, it's understandable that you couldn't get to them all. So if you didn't catch Develop, Deploy, and Debug Using Google Cloud Developer Tools, then stay tuned, because here's the rewind. [MUSIC PLAYING] Cloud computing platforms are built on some of the most exciting, sophisticated technology in the world. But what makes the Cloud truly valuable is the amazing software that you build and run on it. Let's take a look at how Google Cloud Platform helps you develop, deploy, and debug in the Cloud. GCP leverages Google's deep expertise in building world-class software to bring you an amazing development environment. As a developer, you need actionable insights throughout the entire software lifecycle and tools to integrate from each phase to the next so you can continuously iterate and improve on your applications. Let's start with the code. Google's Cloud Source Repositories is enterprise-grade Git hosting for private repos. It's architected to scale up to massive code bases and provides extremely high availability. And it provides security intelligence to prevent sensitive data, like access keys, from ever landing in your repo. CSR also comes with code search.
You can search across multiple repos at once, using advanced syntax like regular expressions. Code search is built on the same technology as Google's famous search engine, so it truly understands code.
Entities like classes, functions, and fields are indexed and displayed as real-time suggestions for fast navigation. Next, deploying applications-- Cloud Source Repositories is pre-integrated with Cloud Build, Google Cloud's fully-managed CI/CD platform.
Use Cloud Build to compile, test, package, and deploy your code to any Google Cloud Runtime, including Compute Engine, Kubernetes Engine, and Cloud Run.
But maybe not everything should get deployed. How can you be sure that what you're running is safe? Google's got your back with services that actively detect software vulnerabilities in every artifact you store in your private Container Registry. When you pair vulnerability scanning with binary authorization for Kubernetes Engine, you'll have a powerful gatekeeper protecting your infrastructure. Only artifacts that have been given a clean bill of health will have permission to run on your cluster. Finally, debugging a running system-- Cloud Source Repositories works with Stackdriver to unlock your developer superpowers.
Are you trying to wrangle a hard-to-reproduce bug? With the Stackdriver Debugger, you can attach break points at specific points in your code or capture a complete snapshot of application state to find that needle in the haystack. Amazingly, all of this happens without any need to revise or redeploy your code and with no appreciable performance impact.
Use these diagnostic tools on the fly, in real time, for production workloads. This was just a taste of the powerful developer experience on Google Cloud Platform.
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