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We’re excited to announce the general availability of a new feature in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE): image streaming. This revolutionary GKE feature has the potential to drastically improve your application scale-up time, allowing you to respond to increased user demand more rapidly, and save money by provisioning less spare capacity. We achieve this by reducing the image …

If you serve public container images from Container Registry or Artifact Registry, you are exposing your project ID and other details to your users downloading this image. However, by writing a small middleware and running it serverless, you can customize how your registry works. In this article, I would like to show you how you can develop and …