For more information on these settings, see Execution Settings Page.
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|Worker IP address configuration|
If the VPC Network mode is set to
custom, then choose one of the following:
Allow public IP addresses - Use workers that are available through public IP addresses. No further configuration is required.
Use internal IP addresses only - workers use private IP addresses for all communication.
- If a Subnetwork is specified, then the Network value is ignored.
- The specified Network or Subnetwork must have Private Google Access enabled.
The type of algorithm to use to scale the number of Google Compute Engine instances to accommodate the size of your job. Possible values:
Throughput based - Scaling is determined by the volume of data expected to be passed through .
None - None algorithm is applied.
- If none is selected, use
initial number of workers to specify a fixed number of Google Compute Engine instances.
|Initial number of workers||Number of Google Compute Engine instances with which to launch the job. This number may be adjusted as part of job execution. This number must be an integer between 1 and |
|Maximum number of workers|
Maximum number of Google Compute Engine instances to use during execution. This value must be greater than the initial number of workers and must be an integer between
job executed in
requires that the job be submitted through a service account. By default,
uses a default Compute Engine service account under which to run jobs.
Optionally, you can specify a different service account under which to run your job.
NOTE: When using a named service account to access data and run jobs in other projects, the user running the job must be granted the
roles/iam.serviceAccountUser role on the service account to use it.
For more information on service account usage and requirements, see Google Service Account Management
Create or assign labels to apply to the billing for the
jobs run in your project. You may reference up to 64 labels.
NOTE: Each label must have a unique key name.
For more information, see https://cloud.google.com/resource-manager/docs/creating-managing-labels.