Kubernetes Podcast in 2019: year-end recapKubernetes Podcast in 2019: year-end recapCo-host, Kubernetes PodcastCo-host, Kubernetes Podcast

At the Kubernetes Podcast, we bring you a weekly round-up of cloud-native news, accompanied by an in-depth interview with a community member. As we publish our 50th and final episode for 2019, it’s time to look back on some of our favorite moments from the year. This year, we stepped Read more…

Exploring container security: Performing forensics on your GKE environmentExploring container security: Performing forensics on your GKE environmentSecurity Practice Lead, Google CloudSolutions Architect, Google Cloud

Running workloads in containers can be much easier to manage and more flexible for developers than running them in VMs, but what happens if a container gets attacked? It can be bad news. We recently published some guidance for how to collect and analyze forensic data in Google Kubernetes Engine Read more…

8 production-ready features you’ll find in Cloud Run fully managed8 production-ready features you’ll find in Cloud Run fully managedDeveloper AdvocateProduct Manager

Since we launched Cloud Run at Google Cloud Next in April, developers have discovered that “serverless” and “containers” run well together. With Cloud Run, not only do you benefit from fully managed infrastructure, up and down auto-scaling, and pay-as-you-go pricing, but you’re also able to package your workload however you Read more…

Modernize your apps with Migrate for AnthosModernize your apps with Migrate for AnthosProduct ManagerHybrid Application Modernization

In a perfect cloud world, you would host all your applications in containers running on Kubernetes and Istio, benefitting from the portability and improved resource utilization of containers, plus a robust orchestration platform with advanced application management, networking, and security functionality. This is easy to do if you’re developing a Read more…

Exploring container security: Day one Kubernetes decisionsExploring container security: Day one Kubernetes decisionsProduct Manager, Container security

Congratulations! You’ve decided to go with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) as your managed container orchestration platform. Your first order of business is to familiarize yourself with Kubernetes architecture, functionality and security principles. Then, as you get ready to install and configure your Kubernetes environment (on so-called day one), here are Read more…

Google Kubernetes Engine or Cloud Run: which should you use?Google Kubernetes Engine or Cloud Run: which should you use?Solutions Architect, Google CloudSolutions Architect, Google Cloud

When it comes to managed Kubernetes services, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a great choice if you are looking for a container orchestration platform that offers advanced scalability and configuration flexibility. GKE gives you complete control over every aspect of container orchestration, from networking, to storage, to how you set Read more…

Introducing Batch on GKE—modernizing HPC with Kubernetes in the cloudIntroducing Batch on GKE—modernizing HPC with Kubernetes in the cloudEngineering ManagerProduct Manager, Compute Engine

One of our most important goals at Google Cloud is to make cloud computing easier, so that you can focus on answering questions that matter the most to you, your business and your users—not on managing infrastructure.  Today, we are excited to announce the preview of Batch on Google Kubernetes Read more…

Cloud Run, a managed Knative service, is GACloud Run, a managed Knative service, is GADirector of Product Management, Google CloudVice President of Product & Design

We want to empower developers no matter where their businesses are in their cloud journey, whether that’s on-prem, operating in a managed Kubernetes environment, or running on a fully managed serverless computing platform. Today, we’re announcing that Cloud Run is generally available, helping developers focus on writing high-value code, regardless Read more…

Kubernetes development, simplified—Skaffold is now GAKubernetes development, simplified—Skaffold is now GASoftware EngineerProduct Manager

Back in 2017, we noticed that developers creating Kubernetes-native applications spent a long time building and managing container images across registries, manually updating their Kubernetes manifests, and redeploying their applications every time they made even the smallest code changes. We set out to create a tool to automate these tasks, Read more…