Istio reaches 1.0: ready for prodIstio reaches 1.0: ready for prodProduct Manager

Today, Google Cloud is proud to announce, together with our collaborators, that the Istio open-source project has reached the 1.0 milestone. This is a key step toward delivering the Cloud Services Platform that we discussed last week, helping you manage your services in a hybrid world where some of your infrastructure runs on VMs and Read more…

Regional clusters in Google Kubernetes Engine are now generally availableRegional clusters in Google Kubernetes Engine are now generally availableProduct Manager

Editor’s note: This is one of many posts on enterprise features you’ll find in Kubernetes Engine 1.10. For the full coverage, follow along here. A highly available Kubernetes cluster is a key requirement for most production applications. However, adding this protection can be complex. We’ve consistently heard from Kubernetes users Read more…

Kubernetes best practices: upgrading your clusters with zero downtimeKubernetes best practices: upgrading your clusters with zero downtimeDeveloper Advocate

Editor’s note: Today is the final installment in a seven-part video and blog series from Google Developer Advocate Sandeep Dinesh on how to get the most out of your Kubernetes environment. Everyone knows it’s a good practice to keep your application up to date to optimize security and performance. Kubernetes Read more…

Introducing VPC-native clusters for Google Kubernetes EngineIntroducing VPC-native clusters for Google Kubernetes EngineProduct ManagerSoftware Engineer

[Editor’s note: This is one of many posts on enterprise features enabled by Kubernetes Engine 1.10. For the full coverage, follow along here.] Over the past few weeks, we’ve made some exciting announcements around Google Kubernetes Engine, starting with the general availability of Kubernetes 1.10 in the service. This latest Read more…

Kubernetes best practices: mapping external servicesKubernetes best practices: mapping external servicesDeveloper Advocate

Editor’s note: Today is the sixth installment in a seven-part video and blog series from Google Developer Advocate Sandeep Dinesh on how to get the most out of your Kubernetes environment. If you’re like most Kubernetes users, chances are you use services that live outside your cluster. For example, maybe Read more…

Beyond CPU: horizontal pod autoscaling with custom metrics in Google Kubernetes EngineBeyond CPU: horizontal pod autoscaling with custom metrics in Google Kubernetes EngineProduct Manager

[Editor’s note: This is one of many posts on enterprise features enabled by Kubernetes Engine 1.10. For the full coverage, follow along here.]Many customers of Kubernetes Engine, especially enterprises, need to autoscale their environments based on more than just CPU usage—for example queue length or concurrent persistent connections. In Kubernetes Engine Read more…

Continuous Deployment to Kubernetes using AWS CodePipeline, AWS CodeCommit, AWS CodeBuild, Amazon ECR and AWS Lambda

Thank you to my colleague Omar Lari for this blog on how to create a continuous deployment pipeline for Kubernetes! You can use Kubernetes and AWS together to create a fully managed, continuous deployment pipeline for container based applications. This approach takes advantage of Kubernetes’ open-source system to manage your Read more…