Hello Patrick, I do not have personal experience with Laravel but I found
this community guide on how to Run Laravel on Google App Engine Flexible
which demonstrates how you can use composer.json to run post-deploy
commands and this third-party package
<https://github.com/shpasser/GaeSupportL5> which offers a queue service
Having both Python and PHP installed on your instance might require you to
use a custom runtime
it is definitely feasible. As for having one of your instances fulfill a
different role than the others the simplest way is probably to run it as a
different service on App Engine, though if you have extensive needs for
precise control of your instances you might want to look into Container
I hope this helps! Let me know if I should expand on any part of this
On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 9:02:22 AM UTC-4, Patrick Finucane wrote:
> I am looking into google app engine as a alternative to AWS ec2/ELB. One
> problem I see is that there isn't an obvious way to consume the laravel
> If we deploy our laravel app across a few aws ec2 instances, we can use
> the same deployment process etc to include one instance as the queue runner.
> But with app engine, because it is a black box, it seems like we need to
> do something like a google compute instance to run cli php to run the
> artisan command. This is annoying because we will have to worry about
> scaling the queue worker instances, which kind of defeats the purpose of
> google app engine.
> Is anyone running a fully functioning, (ie with queue) laravel application
> on google app engine? If so, any resources you can point to would be
> Is it possible to running php cli commands and supervisor (python) on a
> google app engine php flex environment?
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