Create deployment pipelines for your GKE workloads in a few clicksCreate deployment pipelines for your GKE workloads in a few clicksProduct Manager

With Kubernetes becoming the de facto standard for container orchestration, many development teams are looking to build, test, and deploy code quickly in a frictionless manner to Kubernetes. Traditional continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) tools not designed for cloud-native Read more…

With Kubeflow 1.0, run ML workflows on Anthos across environmentsWith Kubeflow 1.0, run ML workflows on Anthos across environmentsSoftware EngineerEngineering Manager

Google started the open-source Kubeflow Project with the goal of making Kubernetes the best way to run machine learning (ML) workloads in production. Today, Kubeflow 1.0 was released.  Kubeflow helps companies standardize on a common infrastructure across software development and Read more…

Unit testing IAM policies across multiple accounts

When migrating applications from a development account to a testing or production account, customers often find that AWS IAM policies or Service Control Policies (SCP) for their applications need significant modification to allow the application to deploy and function correctly. Read more…

New Application Manager brings GitOps to Google Kubernetes EngineNew Application Manager brings GitOps to Google Kubernetes EngineProduct ManagerSoftware Engineer

Kubernetes is the de facto standard for managing containerized applications, but developers and app operators often struggle with end-to-end Kubernetes lifecycle management—things like authoring, releasing and managing Kubernetes applications.  To simplify the management of application lifecycle and configuration, today we Read more…

Exploring Container Security: Run what you trust; isolate what you don’tExploring Container Security: Run what you trust; isolate what you don’tDirector, Product Management for Kubernetes and AnthosDirector, Product Management, Google Cloud

From vulnerabilities to cryptojacking to well, more cryptojacking, there were plenty of security events to keep container users on their toes throughout 2019. With Kubernetes being used to manage most container-based environments (and increasingly hybrid ones too), it’s no surprise Read more…