Free Hosting for Python Scripts on Google Cloud

Free Hosting for Python Scripts on Google Cloud

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In this video I show you how to create a free Google Cloud account and host your Python scripts in the cloud.

I also show you how to use a tmux so your script will continue to run when you close the SSH window.

Finally I show how to use crontabs to schedule you script to run automatically.

If you have any questions, please leave them below and I’d be glad to help you out!

29 thoughts on “Free Hosting for Python Scripts on Google Cloud

  1. Hi, be careful, the blur can be removed, I don't want to teach how, but I suggest you and everyone to don't input private information under bluring.

    You can also simply make an exemple in text without your information for the video purposes.
    (My goal is to help, I hope it does)
    Nice video! Perfect for testing.

  2. i have a question, i have a python script that does checks prices for products on amazon, and emails me if if there is a price drop/discount. So because of that, my python script requires other libraries, so will I need to first pip install/download those libraries to the server?

  3. Hey bro, i had made a voice assistant and i want to run it on a website. When i will press a button on my website it will run the voice assistant. Please can you tell me , how to do that…?

  4. I'm getting this error and when I delete this code line it's still happening in other lines can you help me with that please ?

    File "", line 64

    await channel.send(f'Welcome {member.mention}! Ready to jam out? See `!help` command for details!')


    SyntaxError: invalid syntax

  5. Any ideas why SSH window keeps crashing a few moments after I click the "SSH" button? I can't get into the black SSH at all… I just see the loading screen and then boom… crash. I just see "Transferring SSH keys to the VM"…. I am clicking the SSH button for the very first time, had never logged in before because I keeps failing ever since.

  6. Hey, working on college project n
    I've one python code and want to keep it running continuously 24/7, as it contains conditional statements, I don't want to start the whole code again from beginning, just want to keep it active/running as it is for 24/7 until it gets stopped by stop() command. I don't know whether it's possible as you described in video at last using tmux, as it restarts the code from start.

  7. Kind stupid question…I created a cronjob tha will execute a python script (takes about 9 minutes to complete) once every week. From henceforth if I want to have this work I will be paying 6 dollars monthly ? (using the micro vm)

  8. One Question
    I have created a python game using pygame and tkinter and i want to upload the file on the web/make the game run on the web and have its own address not localhost
    how can i do that?

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