Direct VPC egress on Google Cloud Run now exists

Google Cloud is introducing Direct VPC egress for Google Cloud Run to the general public

Direct VPC egress enables greater throughput and lower latency for performance-sensitive apps, whether you’re delivering traffic to destinations on the VPC

Direct VPC egress is now supported in all regions where Google Cloud Run is accessible

Direct VPC egress traffic is now included in VPC Flow Logs and Firewall Rules Logging, and Cloud NAT is supported

The primary concerns raised by Google Cloud preview users particularly bigger clients with complex networking, scalability

Direct VPC Egress, a game-changing method of tying Google Cloud Run services to VPC resources

This feature makes Google Cloud Run instances perfect for applications with high traffic volumes since it gives them access to a large pool of outbound connections