Google Cloud Run Brings Gradual Rollouts And Rollbacks

Now developers can decide to manually split traffic between revisions. This will allow them to gradually roll out revisions or roll back to an older revision.

Google announced that its fully managed container compute platform, Cloud Run, now supports gradual rollouts and rollbacks.
 
Google said that Cloud Run, now allows you to have more control over the rollout of your changes. Till now, any change to the configuration of a Cloud Run service used to create a new revision, and by default, Cloud Run would automatically roll 100% to newly created revisions. But now developers can also decide to manually split traffic between revisions. This will allow you to gradually roll out revisions or roll back to an older revision.
 
 
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Google said that with support for gradual rollouts and rollback, you can feel confident using Cloud Run to host your most important, user-facing applications. As deploying immediately to 100% of the traffic can be risky in the event something goes wrong, a good practice is to roll out changes gradually and observe any regressions or errors that might occur in the new version of the code.