Hey Himanshu,

These are two very different methods. One runs *on* the instance, using 
Node JS to schedule and run events. The other runs in the Cloud Platform 
infrastructure, sending requests to your application at given intervals, 
which will then trigger a request handler to run the code. You should 
consider your use case more and read more documentation before deciding. 
Perhaps I can help, if you'd like to share more details about what you want 
to accomplish?


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On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 12:39:04 AM UTC-4, himanshu kapoor wrote:
> can anyone please answer it.. i need to complete it.
> On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 8:36:56 PM UTC+5:30, himanshu kapoor 
> wrote:
>> I need to deploy few cron jobs for my nodejs app hosted on google cloud.
>> I have 2 options
>> cron-schedule npm package.
>> cron.yaml provided by app engine.
>> I am not sure which has better performance and why ?
>> adding to it, I want my cron jobs to work on preemptible instance as they 
>> are meant for it, i search a lot but didn't find anything related.

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