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If you want to avoid Kubernetes, then the simplest of the GCP options for a docker container is probably their Container-optimized VM images? That lets you put the parameters to your docker run ... command in the VM config as per https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/containers/deploying-containers#gcloud This assumes you are able to publish your image to a ...


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If you don't want/need platform-specific integrations and transforming your services to a cloud I guess GCP Compute Engine is for you -- it's like a usual virtual machine that you can start, SSH to it and have all privileges to install and run software the same way you did it on your dev machine.


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Check netstat -tlpn on the VPS, can you see 0.0.0.0:3306 or something like that? If so, check the firewall. Both the firewall in the operating system and the firewall from the VPS provider (if there is any). As a last resort (and not a bad idea) - you can connect to your VPS via VPN - there are good openvpn tutorials on the internet. The reason why the VPN ...


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