Hello again Faizen,

Since you first answered me you made me discover the GAE flex environment, 
I didn't know it existed ^^ but I went through it a little around and 
started guessing that my actual setup with the standard GAE was the cause 
of the problem.

So I was wondering something (since I didn't really find an explicit list), 
what are the drawbacks and benefits from choosing flex or standard in terms 
of, scaling, managing and cost ? I might be asking too much here so I 
apologize in advance :)

Le mercredi 9 août 2017 15:51:05 UTC+2, Faizan (Cloud Platform Support) a 
écrit :
> Hello Ridha,
> If you are using GAE standard environment the behavior you have observed 
> is expected because the app is deployed in a sandbox and doesn't use GCE 
> network. Moreover, you can cannot choose the network when deploying the 
> standard app. The only option to connect your GAE standard app to GCE is 
> using external IP.
> With that said, you can deploy your app using GAE flexible environment 
> which give you an option to choose the network for your app. You need to 
> make sure your GCE Redis VM and flex app are in the same network in order 
> to use the internal IP to connect. For more information you can refer to 
> network 
> setting 
> <https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/flexible/python/configuring-your-app-with-app-yaml#network_settings>
>  in 
> app.yaml for GAE python flexible environment.
> I hope that helps.
> Faizan
> On Wednesday, August 9, 2017 at 5:52:21 AM UTC-4, Ridha El Bekri wrote:
>> Hello Faizen,
>> Thank you for your answer. I did already did put in place a firewall rule 
>> but I didn't think about going with a test from another GCE instance. But 
>> talking about the connexion to Redis, I 'm not using a GAE flex app but a 
>> GAE standard python app ! Does that change anything ?
>> Le mercredi 9 août 2017 01:32:46 UTC+2, Faizan (Cloud Platform Support) a 
>> écrit :
>>> Hello Ridha,
>>> Make sure you have GCE firewall rules configured to allow traffic on 
>>> port 6379 for internal IP. As a test can you try to connect to the Redis 
>>> server from another GCE VM using internal IP? Can you provide me with the 
>>> steps you use to connect to Redis VM from GAE flex app?
>>> Faizan
>>> On Tuesday, August 8, 2017 at 4:53:50 AM UTC-4, Ridha El Bekri wrote:
>>>> Hi Yannick, thank you for your answer. We didn't go with the Redis Lab 
>>>> Cloud because we dont want to have our Redis exposed to the internet but 
>>>> profit from the "internal network" of the google cloud solutions. We could 
>>>> just go with the external IP of the GCE instance of redis we have, it 
>>>> would 
>>>> be almost the same thing than the Redis Lab Cloud solution and we got that 
>>>> working already with the external IP but its not what we want :/
>>>> Le lundi 7 août 2017 18:33:19 UTC+2, Yannick (Cloud Platform Support) a 
>>>> écrit :
>>>>> Hello Ridha, have you tried configuring your App Engine application 
>>>>> according to our guide on using Redis with App Engine Flexible 
>>>>> <https://cloud.google.com/appengine/docs/flexible/python/using-redislabs-redis>
>>>>> ?
>>>>> On Monday, August 7, 2017 at 11:12:58 AM UTC-4, Ridha El Bekri wrote:
>>>>>> Hi there,
>>>>>> I dont know know if I'm searching for the solution in the right place 
>>>>>> so please pardon me if I'm not.
>>>>>> I'm deploying Redis on with Google Compute Engine (GCE) through the 
>>>>>> Cloud Launcher of Google. I'm needing the Redis solution to do some 
>>>>>> "sensitive" work for my Google App Engine (GAE) service (a python 
>>>>>> backend 
>>>>>> service).
>>>>>> I need my GAE service to communicate with redis through the internal 
>>>>>> IP of the GCE instance. They are of course on the same network and 
>>>>>> sub-network and region.
>>>>>> I get a beautiful : " ConnectionError: Error 13 connecting 
>>>>>> someIP:6379. Permission denied. " whenever I try to run commands on 
>>>>>> redis 
>>>>>> through my service and through the internal IP. It runs fine on the 
>>>>>> external IP of the GCE instance.
>>>>>> Redis is running with a default config file
>>>>>> If you have any ideas I would be glad to try.
>>>>>> Thanks in advance

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