Google Cloud Funtions allow you to execute small pieces of code, written in NodeJS, Python or Golang and whenever a certain event is triggered. The events can be e.g. a HTTP request, a message published to PubSub, a file uploaded to GCS and so on.
The drone.io CI/CD server is a simple yet powerful and extendable Continuous Delivery platform that supports a plugin architecture where plugins a re supplied as docker images.
https://github.com/oliver006/drone-gcf is a plugin that supports managing Cloud Functions as part of a drone CI/CD pipeline. For instance, it allows you to first run a set of tests and, if successful, publish a new version of your code as a Cloud Function.
See the drone pipeline below for an example of a Golang pipeline that runs tests when new code is pushed and publishes the function when code is merged into master:
kind: pipeline name: default steps: - name: test image: golang commands: - "go test -v" when: event: - push - name: deploy-cloud-functions image: oliver006/drone-gcf settings: action: deploy project: myproject token: from_secret: token runtime: go111 functions: - TransferFileToGCS: - trigger: http memory: 2048MB - ProcessEmails: - trigger: http memory: 512MB runtime: python37 source: ./python/src/functions/ when: event: push branch: master