Google Cloud Vision with Spring Boot

In this post, we will take a look at how we can use Google Cloud Vision from a Spring Boot application. With Google Cloud Vision it is possible to derive all kinds of things from images, like labels, face and text recognition, etc. As a bonus, some examples with Python are provided too.

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Spring Boot and GCP Cloud Pub/Sub

In this post we will explore how we can use Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) Pub/Sub service in combination with a Spring Boot application using Spring Integration. We will send a message to a sender application which publishes the message to a Topic where a receiver application receives the messages of a Subscription.

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Automatic Builds at Your Fingertips With GCP Cloud Build

You are looking for an easy way to automatically build your application in the Cloud? Then maybe Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Cloud Build is something for you. In this post, we will build a Spring Boot Maven project with Cloud Build, create a Docker image for it and push it to GCP Container Registry.

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First Steps with GCP SQL

In this post, we will take a look at how we can use Google Cloud Platform (GCP) SQL as a database for our Spring Boot application. We will investigate how we can use the Cloud database from our development machine and how we can use it from GCP itself.

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Deploy Spring Boot App to GCP App Engine

In this post we are going to deploy a Spring Boot application to the Google Cloud Platform (GCP) App Engine. First, we will take a look at the differences between the standard and flexible environment of App Engine. After that, we will describe step by step how the deployment to GCP App Engine can be accomplished.

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Anchore Container Image Scanner Jenkins Plugin

In a previous post, we talked about how we can check our Docker images for any known vulnerabilities by means of Anchore Engine. This still required a manual action. Wouldn’t it be great if we could incorporate Anchore Engine into our Jenkins CI build job or pipeline? In this post, we will take a look at how we can accomplish this by means of the Anchore Container Image Scanner Jenkins Plugin.

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