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README.md

Getting started with Python on Google Cloud Platform

Build Status

This repository is the complete sample code for the Python Getting Started on Google Cloud Platform tutorials. Please refer to the tutorials for instructions on configuring, running, and deploying these samples.

The code for the samples is contained in individual folders in this repository.

Note that 7-gce is the final version of the project, including the complete Bookshelf app on Managed VMs in addition to scripts to alternatively deploy on GCE.

Tutorial Folder
Hello world 1-hello-world
Structured data 2-structured-data
Cloud Storage 3-binary-data
Authenticating users 4-auth
Logging app events 5-logging
Using Cloud Pub/Sub 6-pubsub
Deploying to Google Compute Engine 7-gce

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