[3/3] Hosting the Discord Bot on Google Cloud FREE | Building a Discord Bot in Python

[3/3] Hosting the Discord Bot on Google Cloud FREE | Building a Discord Bot in Python



[1/3] Setting up the Discord Bot:
[2/3] Coding the Discord Bot:

Upload files to Google Cloud:

In this video I will show you how to host your discord bot (or other script) on a google cloud server.

This is a continuation of my beginner discord bot tutorial. You may find it helpful to watch the videos listed above, before watching this one. However, if you already have a script that you would like to host, it is not necessary that you watch the other videos.

28 thoughts on “[3/3] Hosting the Discord Bot on Google Cloud FREE | Building a Discord Bot in Python

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  2. Hi there, I am trying to use Google Compute Engine to make aiohttp get requests, and I am unable to. Can someone assist me pls 🙂

    I am using Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster) and aiohttp version 3.6.3

    Note: I have run the same code on my local machine with aiohttp requests with the same libraries and it works fine, so I know the issue is with Google Compute Engine.

  3. hi when I run pip it says I installed python 3.8.6 btw can anyone help? Haven't been able to find anything useful on google that
    -bash: pip: command not found

  4. Do you know if it supports NodeJS as well? Also, just wondering, but is transferring the files directly to the VM possible? I'd hate to have to copy and paste my various folders and etc.

  5. Thanks man your the best.. It was clear,concise and to the point.. It really helped me.. You deserve much more subscribers… I can now say that I was here before your 1000 subs

  6. What if i choose small instead of micro? it has 14 usd monthly estimate, does that mean i won't run out of my free trial credits? Cuz i think i got 25 usd per month to spend

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