Month: September 2018

Digging into Kubernetes 1.12Digging into Kubernetes 1.12Cloud Native Advocacy Lead

The Cloud Native Community Foundation (CNCF) announced Kubernetes 1.12 yesterday. This is a testament to the hard work of the community and especially the Kubernetes Release Team, which every three months releases a new version of what is now the second-largest open-source project, only behind Linux. Just like we’ve done with previous releases, 1.11 and […]

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A Kubernetes FAQ for the C-suiteA Kubernetes FAQ for the C-suiteGlobal Client Engagement Advisor

When CEOs and other executives visit us at Google Cloud, they usually ask for briefings on topics like practical applications of machine learning, or how to draw insights from big data. Whether these conversations happen at our Executive Briefing Center in Mountain View, or informal settings like our Partner Summit lounge at Google Cloud Next, […]

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Guard against security vulnerabilities in your software supply chain with Container Registry vulnerability scanningGuard against security vulnerabilities in your software supply chain with Container Registry vulnerability scanningGoogle Cloud teamProduct Manager

To perform continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) in a cloud-native world, it’s important to make sure your container images are safe and free of known critical vulnerabilities before you deploy them. Today, Google Cloud is pleased to announce Container Registry vulnerability scanning in beta, helping to automatically detect known security vulnerabilities during the early […]

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How to Run Headless Front-End Tests with AWS Cloud9 and AWS CodeBuild

Automated testing is a critical component to a well-designed software development lifecycle. When you test front-end applications, you often use a browser in combination with testing frameworks. A headless browser is one that is used on a server that does not normally need to run visual applications. In this blog post, I will show you […]

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Cloud TPUs in Kubernetes Engine powering Minigo are now available in betaCloud TPUs in Kubernetes Engine powering Minigo are now available in betaProduct ManagerSoftware EngineerProduct Manager

Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a great place to run your containerized enterprise machine learning (ML) workloads. We recently announced the general availability of NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs with NVLink on GKE, which like the K80, P100 and P4 GPUs, let you speed up many CUDA-powered compute and HPC workloads, without having to manage hardware […]

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