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For years, Google has been committed to maximizing developer productivity. In 2019, we announced the general availability of Skaffold, a command-line tool that facilitates continuous development and delivery for containerized applications. Today, we’re excited to announce that Skaffold V2 is now generally available. Skaffold V2 expands Skaffold’s supported platforms and architectures with the introduction of …

At Google Cloud, we’re driven by a vision of invisible security, where advanced security capabilities are engineered into our platforms, operations are simplified, and stronger security outcomes can be achieved. As we pursue this ideal, we want to help make security easier to use and manage. Our new built-in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) security posture …

In-memory databases are a critical component that deliver the lowest possible latency for your users who might be adding items to online shopping carts, getting personalized content recommendations, or checking their latest account balances. Memorystore makes it easy for developers building these types of applications on Google Cloud to leverage the speed and powerful capabilities …

Like many people, I managed my first cluster using the kubernetes cli (aka kubectl). I deployed a handful of ‘objects’ such as deployments, secrets, configmaps, and services by directly applying yaml files, such as: With much trial and error, I finally got my local yaml files perfect, and could issue these commands and produce a …

Java and Go vulnerability scanning support Google Cloud’s Container Scanning API now automatically scans Maven and Go packages for vulnerabilities. With the Container Scanning API enabled, any containers including Java (in Maven repositories) and Go language packages that are uploaded to an Artifact Registry repository will be scanned for vulnerabilities. This capability builds on existing …

We are pleased to announce general availability of virtual machine (VM) support in Anthos. VM support is available on Anthos for bare metal (now known as Google Distributed Cloud Virtual). Customers can now run VMs alongside containers on a single, unified, Google Cloud-connected platform in their data center or at the edge. With VM support …

One principle of GitOps is to have the desired state declarations as Versioned and Immutable, where Git repositories play an important role as the source of truth. But can you have an alternative to a Git repository for storing and deploying your Kubernetes manifests via GitOps? What if you could package your Kubernetes manifests into …

An essential aspect of operating any application is the ability to observe the health and performance of that application and of the underlying infrastructure to quickly resolve issues as they arise. Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) already provides audit logs, operational logs, and metrics along with out-of-the-box dashboards and automatic error reporting to facilitate running reliable …

Organizations on a journey to containerize applications and run them on Kubernetes often reach a point where running a single cluster doesn’t meet their needs. One example, you want to bring your app closer to the users in a new regional market. Add a cluster to the new region and get the added benefit of …

Guest post by Michael Guarino, CTO, and Co-Founder at PluralOpen-source is at a crossroads at the moment. 97% of data stacks contain open-source code. However, deploying and managing open source applications is tedious and time-consuming.Take an open source product like Apache Airflow for example. The popular workflow management system has over 26k stars on Github …