If you're looking for cost savings, you might be interested in using Cloud Run.
If so, prefer the
gotenberg/gotenberg:7-cloudrun Docker image tag.
Alternatively, you may also use
thecodingmachine/gotenberg:7-cloudrun from our
For security reasons, the non-root user
gotenberg does not own the Tini
binary by default. However, some providers like Cloud Run from Google Cloud cannot start a Docker container in that case.
Consider using HTTP/2 to bypass the 32 MB request size limit.
You should disable the webhook feature as it does not work on Cloud Run.
Indeed, as a request ends early with this feature, Cloud Run might stop your container before Gotenberg calls your webhook.
We don't recommend exposing your instances to the external world. In terms of security, you should consider Gotenberg as a database.