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Google Cloud SDK Docker

These are Docker images for the Google Cloud SDK.

The

:latest
tag is Debian-based and includes default command line tools of Google Cloud SDK (
gcloud
,
gsutil
,
bq
) as well several additional components.

Repositories

The Google Cloud SDK Docker Image is hosted on Container Registry.

The full repository name for Container Registry is

gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk
.

Supported tags

  • :latest
    ,
    :VERSION
    : (large image with additional components pre-installed, Debian-based)
  • :slim
    ,
    :VERSION-slim
    : (smaller image with no components pre-installed, Debian-based)
  • :alpine
    ,
    :VERSION-alpine
    : (smallest image with no additional components installed, Alpine-based)
  • :debian_component_based
    ,
    :VERSION-debian_component_based
    : (Similar to :latest but component installer based)
  • :emulators
    ,
    :VERSION
    : (as small as possible with all the emulators)

→ Check out Container Registry for available tags.

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Usage

To use this image, pull from Container Registry and then run the following command:

docker pull gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:latest

Verify the install

docker run gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:latest gcloud version
Google Cloud SDK 159.0.0

or use a particular version number:

docker run gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:260.0.0 gcloud version

You can authenticate

gcloud
with your user credentials by running
gcloud auth login
:
docker run -ti --name gcloud-config gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk gcloud auth login

If you need to authenticate any program that uses the Google Cloud APIs, you need to pass the

--update-adc
option:
docker run -ti --name gcloud-config gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk gcloud auth login --update-adc

Once you authenticate successfully, credentials are preserved in the volume of the

gcloud-config
container.

To list compute instances using these credentials, run the container with

--volumes-from
:
docker run --rm --volumes-from gcloud-config gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk gcloud compute instances list --project your_project
NAME        ZONE           MACHINE_TYPE   PREEMPTIBLE  INTERNAL_IP  EXTERNAL_IP      STATUS
instance-1  us-central1-a  n1-standard-1               10.240.0.2   8.34.219.29      RUNNING

:warning: Warning: The

gcloud-config
container now has a volume containing your Google Cloud credentials. Do not use
gcloud-config
volume in other containers.

Alternatively, you can use

auth/credential_file_override
property to set a path to a mounted service account and then the config to read that using
CLOUDSDK_CONFIG
environment variable.

for example,

mycloud
configuration below has the
auth/credential_file_override
already set and points towards a certificate file that will be present within the container as a separate volume mount.

See issue#152

$ docker run -ti -e CLOUDSDK_CONFIG=/config/mygcloud \
                 -v `pwd`/mygcloud:/config/mygcloud \
                 -v `pwd`:/certs  gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:alpine /bin/bash

bash-4.4# gcloud config list [auth] credential_file_override = /certs/svc_account.json

bash-4.4# head -10 /certs/svc_account.json { "type": "service_account", "project_id": "project_id1", ....

bash-4.4# gcloud projects list PROJECT_ID NAME PROJECT_NUMBER project_id1 GCPAppID 1071284184432

Components Installed in Each Tag

| Component | :latest | :alpine | :slim | :debiancomponentbased | :emulators | |:----------------------------------------------------:|:-------:|:-------:|:-----:|:-----------------------:|:----------:| | App Engine Go Extensions | x | | | x | | | Appctl | | | | | | | BigQuery Command Line Tool | x | x | x | x | | | Cloud Bigtable Command Line Tool | x | | | x | | | Cloud Bigtable Emulator | x | | | x | x | | Cloud Datalab Command Line Tool | x | | | x | | | Cloud Datastore Emulator | x | | | x | x | | Cloud Firestore Emulator | x | | | | x | | Cloud Pub/Sub Emulator | x | | | x | x | | Cloud SDK Core Libraries | x | x | x | x | | | Cloud SQL Proxy | | | | | | | Cloud Spanner Emulator | x | | | | x | | Cloud Storage Command Line Tool | x | x | x | x | | | Emulator Reverse Proxy | | | | | | | Google Cloud Build Local Builder | | | | | | | Google Container Registry's Docker credential helper | | | | | | | Kustomize | | | | | | | Minikube | | | | | | | Nomos CLI | | | | | | | Skaffold | | | | | | | anthos-auth | | | | | | | gcloud Alpha Commands | x | | x | x | | | gcloud Beta Commands | x | | x | x | x | | gcloud app Java Extensions | x | | | x | | | gcloud app Python Extensions | x | | | x | | | gcloud app Python Extensions (Extra Libraries) | x | | | x | | | kpt | x | | | | | | kubectl | x | | | x | |

Installing additional components

Debian-based images

cd debian_slim/
docker build --build-arg CLOUD_SDK_VERSION=159.0.0 \
    --build-arg INSTALL_COMPONENTS="google-cloud-sdk-datastore-emulator" \
    -t my-cloud-sdk-docker:slim .

Alpine-based images

To install additional components for Alpine-based images, create a Dockerfile that uses the

cloud-sdk
image as the base image. For example, to add
kubectl
and
app-engine-java
components:
FROM gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdk:alpine
RUN apk --update add openjdk7-jre
RUN gcloud components install app-engine-java kubectl

and run:

docker build -t my-cloud-sdk-docker:alpine .

Note that in this case, you have to install dependencies of additional components manually.

Installing different version of gcloud sdk:

docker build -t my-cloud-sdk-docker:alpine --build-arg CLOUD_SDK_VERSION= .

Legacy image (Google App Engine based)

The original image in this repository was based off of

FROM gcr.io/google_appengine/base

The full Dockerfile for that can be found here for archival as well as in image tag

google/cloud-sdk-docker:legacy

Cloud SDK Release Tracking

You can also follow the Cloud SDK Release schedule here - https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/google-cloud-sdk-announce

Pinning version

Images tagged

:latest
,
:alpine
,
:slim
and
:debian_component_based
use the most recent version of Google Cloud SDK, which may change its behaviour in the future. List of components installed by default in each image can also change between versions. To avoid such change breaking the tool you are using, it is not recommended to use these tags in any production tools directly. Instead use a particular version as listed in Supported tags and update it periodically.

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