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Why does all the documentation only show serverless options as backend services? Can you use other options (VMs, external webservers) as well? If yes, to what limit? Only endpoints that can be reached over Internet?
API key is not working for me. It's invoking cloud function even without passing key.
Are there any good resources on how to setup custom domains with API-gateway?
I already used this with my several Cloud Run. It's slow at first call.
How do you manage the open api spec on environments with CI/CD in mind?. Knowing that every service is isolated from the others, looks complex or am i missing something?
does this support websocket like AWS API Gateway ?
How is this different from Cloud Endpoints and Apigee?
how is it different from https load balancer? Or microservices would be running in kubernetes anyhow, why not use the ingress gateway or better yet, an Istio ingress gateway ?
Enabling the "API Gateway API" will load forever and not succeed…
Is this something similar to Apigee?
Where to use it and y