Containing our enthusiasm: All the Kubernetes security news from Google Cloud Next ‘19Containing our enthusiasm: All the Kubernetes security news from Google Cloud Next ‘19Product Manager, Container securityProduct Marketing Manager, Container Security

At Google, we like to think of container security in three pillars: Secure to develop (infrastructure security protecting identities, secrets and networks); secure to build and deploy (vulnerability-free images, verification of what you deploy); and secure to run (isolating workloads, scaling, and identifying malicious containers in production). These pillars cover Read more…

Blog: Hardware Accelerated SSL/TLS Termination in Ingress Controllers using Kubernetes Device Plugins and RuntimeClass

Authors: Mikko Ylinen (Intel) Abstract A Kubernetes Ingress is a way to connect cluster services to the world outside the cluster. In order to correctly route the traffic to service backends, the cluster needs an Ingress controller. The Ingress controller is responsible for setting the right destinations to backends based Read more…

Deploy and run the Couchbase database on Kubernetes through the GCP MarketplaceDeploy and run the Couchbase database on Kubernetes through the GCP MarketplaceDirector of Product Management, Couchbase

Editor’s note: Today we’re hearing from Couchbase, a database partner that’s built a NoSQL, open source-centric database that can run on Kubernetes. Read on for more about their architecture and how developers use their technology. Building and running modern web, mobile, and IoT applications has created a new set of Read more…

Using advanced Kubernetes autoscaling with Vertical Pod Autoscaler and Node Auto ProvisioningUsing advanced Kubernetes autoscaling with Vertical Pod Autoscaler and Node Auto ProvisioningSenior Product Manager

Editor’s note: This is one of the many posts on unique differentiated capabilities in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE). Find the first post here for details on GKE Advanced. Whether you run it on-premises or in the cloud, Kubernetes has emerged as the de facto tool for scheduling and orchestrating containers. Read more…

Introducing GKE Advanced— enhanced reliability, simplicity and scale for enterprise workloadsIntroducing GKE Advanced— enhanced reliability, simplicity and scale for enterprise workloadsSenior Product Manager

Editor’s note:This is the first of many posts on unique differentiated capabilities in Google Kubernetes Engine. Stay tuned in the coming weeks as we discuss GKE’s more advanced features. Kubernetes has come a long way since Google open-sourced it in 2014. Since then, the community has developed a robust suite Read more…