Google Cloud Platform¶
- Google Cloud
- Managing Cluster Level Configuration
- GKE Google Kubernetes Engine
- Anthos. Google’s Hybrid And Multi-Cloud Platform
- Cloud Code
- Google Cloud Buildpacks
- Cloud SQL
- cloud.google.com: DevOps
- Cloud Developer Tools
- Google Cloud Code
- Google Cloud Build
- Platform comparisons
- whizlabs.com: Introduction To Google Cloud Platform
- New Cloud Shell Editor: Get your first cloud-native app running in minutes
- techradar.com: Google Cloud is making it easier for developers to smuggle ‘secrets’ in their code Google Cloud wants to make building secure applications simpler
- venturebeat.com: Google Cloud announces Network Connectivity Center to simplify hybrid cloud management
- cloud.google.com: Demystifying Cloud Spanner multi-region configurations Cloud Spanner remains unique as a managed relational database that scales across regions while maintaining strong consistency. How does the regional and multi-regional setup differ?
- cloud.google.com: Compare AWS and Azure services to Google Cloud
- thecloudgirl.dev: What is Google Cloud Load Balancing?
- cloud.google.com: Secret Manager Best Practices
- cloud.google.com: Choose the best way to use and authenticate service accounts on Google Cloud
- kelseyhightower/cmd-tutorial This tutorial will walk you through provisioning some VMs on GCP so you can kick the tires on Cmd – Track and Control Users in Production.
Managing Cluster Level Configuration¶
- Config Sync Overview One of the most challenging day two concerns for Kubernetes users is managing cluster level configuration, think namespaces, CRDs, and RBAC rules, across multiple clusters. For GKE customers Config Sync is a game changer.
GKE Google Kubernetes Engine¶
- Fetches all Primitive and Predefined GCP IAM Roles
- Using new traffic control features in External HTTP(S) load balancer
- Setting up NodeLocal DNSCache
- Looking ahead as GKE, the original managed Kubernetes, turns 5
- blog.doit-intl.com: How to Set Up Multi-Cluster Load Balancing with GKE
- codeburst.io: Google Kubernetes Engine Logging by Example
- cloud.google.com: Discover and invoke services across clusters with GKE multi-cluster services
- Introducing GKE Autopilot: a revolution in managed Kubernetes 🌟
- techcrunch.com: Google Cloud puts its Kubernetes Engine on autopilot
- zdnet.com: Google introduces GKE Autopilot for hands-off Kubernetes The new GKE Autopilot, generally available now, steps up the level of automation involved in Kubernetes management, down to eliminating all node management.
- thenewstack.io: Google’s New ‘Autopilot’ for Kubernetes
- cloud.google.com: GKE Autopilot 🌟
- medium: How to provision Kubernetes Cluster in GCP Cloud (K8s)? 🌟
- youtube: GKE Autopilot - Fully Managed Kubernetes Service From Google 🌟
- insights.project-a.com: Using GitHub Actions to deploy to Kubernetes in GKE 🌟
- faun.pub: How to automate the setup of a Kubernetes cluster on GCP Using Ansible to install, setup, and configure a Google Kubernetes Cluster (GKE) on Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Anthos. Google’s Hybrid And Multi-Cloud Platform¶
- Anthos 🌟
- Everything You Want To Know About Anthos - Google’s Hybrid And Multi-Cloud Platform
- itnext.io: Anthos — Multi-cluster Management
- itnext.io: Ingress for Anthos — Multi-cluster Ingress and Global Service Load Balancing
- A hybrid cloud-native DevSecOps pipeline with JFrog Artifactory and GKE on-prem 🌟 Running in a hybrid environment means that some of your processing happens on Google Cloud and other processing remains on-premises. Anthos helps you manage both an on-premises Kubernetes cluster and a cluster running on Google Cloud.
- Cloud Code 🌟 Everything you need to write, debug, and deploy your cloud-native applications.