Google Cloud Functions articles
Google Cloud Functions is a serverless, scalable cloud service offered by Google Cloud Platform that enables the execution of code in response to various events. This fully managed service allows developers to focus on writing code without worrying about the underlying infrastructure. It supports several programming languages and is triggered by events from Google Cloud services or HTTP requests. Ideal for creating lightweight APIs, single-purpose functions, and event-driven applications, Google Cloud Functions excels in scenarios where code needs to execute in response to cloud events such as changes in data, user actions, or system states. It integrates seamlessly with other Google Cloud services, simplifying the development of applications that react to data changes and new information quickly and efficiently.