This repository contains source code for official builders used with the Google Cloud Build API.
Pre-built images are available at
gcr.io/cloud-builders/... and include:
bazel: runs the bazel tool
curl: runs the curl tool
docker: runs the docker tool
dotnet: run the dotnet tool
gcloud: runs the gcloud tool
gcs-fetcher: efficiently fetches objects from Google Cloud Storage
git: runs the git tool
gke-deploy: deploys an application to a Kubernetes cluster, following Google's recommended best practices
go: runs the go tool
gradle: runs the gradle tool
gsutil: runs the gsutil tool
javac: runs the javac tool
kubectl: runs the kubectl tool
mvn: runs the maven tool
npm: runs the npm tool
wget: runs the wget tool
yarn: runs the yarn tool
Builders contributed by the public are available in the Cloud Builders Community repo.
To file issues and feature requests against these builder images, create an issue in this repo. If you are experiencing an issue with the Cloud Build service or have a feature request, e-mail [email protected] or see our Getting support documentation.
Most of the tools in this repo are also available in official community-supported publicly available repositories. Such repos also generally support multiple versions and platforms, available by tag.
The following official community-supported images are compatible with the
hosted Cloud Build service and function well as build steps; note that
some will require that you specify an
entrypoint for the image. Additional
details regarding each alternative official image are available in the
for the corresponding Cloud Builder.
dockersupports tagged docker versions across multiple platforms
gcr.io/google.com/cloudsdktool/cloud-sdkincludes multiple entrypoints:
nodeincludes these entrypoints:
dotnet: runs the dotnet tool
gcr.io/cloud-marketplace-containers/google/bazelis provided by the bazel team and runs the
curlis packaged in:
golangis provided by the Go team and runs the
You may have already noticed that most of the images in this repo now provide notices to the
above alternative images. For the hosted Cloud Build service, we are formulating plans
surrounding both improved support for existing
cloud-builder images and documentation for
alternative community-supported images that may be more appropriate for some users. Both this
page and the related open issues
will be updated with details soon.