Build ARM-based applications using CodeBuild

AWS CodeBuild has announced support for ARM-based workloads, which will allow you to build and test your software updates natively, without needing to emulate or cross-compile. ARM is a quickly growing platform for application development today and if you rely Read more…

Windows Server applications, welcome to Google Kubernetes EngineWindows Server applications, welcome to Google Kubernetes EngineProduct ManagerProduct Manager

The promise of Kubernetes is to make container management easy and ubiquitous. Up until recently though, the benefits of Kubernetes were limited to Linux-based applications, preventing enterprise applications running on Windows Server from taking advantage of its agility, speed of Read more…

Google Cloud and Phoenix Labs: Dauntless in the face of demand spikesGoogle Cloud and Phoenix Labs: Dauntless in the face of demand spikesGoogle Cloud for Games Managing Director

In the role-playing video game Dauntless, players work in groups to battle monsters and protect the city-island of Ramsgate. Commitment reaps big rewards: with every beast slayed, you earn new weapons and armor made of the same materials as the Read more…

Exploring container security: Announcing the CIS Google Kubernetes Engine BenchmarkExploring container security: Announcing the CIS Google Kubernetes Engine BenchmarkProduct Manager, Container SecuritySoftware Engineer, GKE security

If you’re serious about the security of your Kubernetes operating environment, you need to build on a strong foundation. The Center for Internet Security’s (CIS) Kubernetes Benchmark give you just that: a set of Kubernetes security best practices that will Read more…

Exploring container security: Navigate the security seas with ease in GKE v1.15Exploring container security: Navigate the security seas with ease in GKE v1.15Product Manager, Container SecuritySecurity Engineer, GKE Security

Your container fleet, like a flotilla, needs ongoing maintenance and attention to stay afloat—and stay secure. In the olden days of seafaring, you grounded your ship at high tide and turned it on its side to clean and repair the Read more…