Cloud SDK 311.0.0 is now available

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Will Faris

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Hi all,

Cloud SDK 311.0.0 is now available for download at:
https://developers.google.com/cloud/sdk/

Release notes can be found here:
https://cloud.google.com/sdk/docs/release-notes

Cloud SDK introduced support for Python 3 in release 274.0.0 and users are strongly encouraged to migrate to Python 3. Support for Python 2 will be deprecated on September 30, 2020. See also https://cloud.google.com/python/docs/python2-sunset/ and https://cloud.google.com/sdk/gcloud/reference/topic/startup.

 ## 311.0.0 (2020-09-22)

### Breaking Changes

*   **(Assured Workloads)** Updated `gcloud assured workloads list` and `gcloud assured operations list`
    commands to use separate flags for organization and location.


### App Engine

* Added `gcloud beta app services update` to allow management of incoming
  traffic to an app on a per-service basis.
* Promoted `--no-cache` flag of `gcloud app deploy` to GA. This flag disables
  the build cache when deploying an app.
* Added a warning that `<application>` or `<version>` elements
  within appengine-web.xml are not respected.
* Modified the behavior of `gcloud app deploy` with `--promote`.
  Previously, attempting to deploy and promote a version that was already
  deployed, but stopped, would result in an error. Now a stopped version will be
  started before it is promoted.

### App Engine Flexible Environment

* Added `gcloud beta app services update` to allow management of incoming
  traffic to an app on a per-service basis.
* Promoted `--no-cache` flag of `gcloud app deploy` to GA. This flag disables
  the build cache when deploying an app.
* Modified the behavior of `gcloud app deploy` with `--promote`.
  Previously, attempting to deploy and promote a version that was already
  deployed, but stopped, would result in an error. Now a stopped version will be
  started before it is promoted.

### Assured Workloads

*   Added multiple input format support to resource arguments for the following
    commands: `gcloud assured workloads describe`, `gcloud assured workloads
    delete`, `gcloud assured workloads update`, and `gcloud assured operations
    describe`.

### Cloud Dataproc

*   Added `--private-ipv6-google-access-type` flag to `gcloud dataproc clusters
    create` and `gcloud dataproc workflow-templates set-managed-cluster` to
    allow users to configure the private IPv6 Google access type for the
    cluster.

### Cloud Resource Manager

* Added `gcloud folders get-ancestors-iam-policy` for retrieving IAM policies for a given folder and its ancestors.

### Identity Groups

*   Promoted `gcloud identity` to GA.
*   Promoted `gcloud identity groups delete` to GA.

### Kpt

* Updated kpt from v0.33.0 to v0.34.0.
* Updated import of cli-utils from v0.18.1 to v0.20.1.
* Updated import of kyaml from v0.6.0 to v0.8.0.
* Updated import of cmd/config from v0.6.0 to v0.8.0.

### Secret Manager

* Promoted `gcloud secrets replication` command group to beta.
* Added `--replication-policy-file` flag to `gcloud beta secrets create`
  command to specify replication policy using a JSON or YAML file.
* Added `--kms-key-name` flag to `gcloud beta secrets create`
  command to specify a KMS key when creating an automatic secret.


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Note: Cloud SDK introduced support for Python 3 in release 274.0.0 and users are strongly encouraged to migrate to Python 3. Support for Python 2 will be deprecated on September 30, 2020. See also [Python 2 Sunset](https://cloud.google.com/python/docs/python2-sunset/) and [Using Python 3](https://cloud.google.com/sdk/gcloud/reference/topic/startup).
 As always, please let us know of any issues or feedback you may have via our issue tracker: <https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/new?component=187143>. You can also ask for help on Stack Overflow, under the `gcloud` tag, or in the google-c...@googlegroups.com mailing list.
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