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SAP and Google Cloud’s partnership is about expanding what’s possible and enabling innovation. A lot more has become possible for SAP customers since SAP® Business Technology Platform (SAP BTP) became available on Google Cloud in 2021. SAP BTP brings together intelligent enterprise applications with database and data management, analytics, integration, and extension capabilities on one platform for …

The Flagger team is proud to bring you Kubernetes Gateway API support as part of the 1.19.0 release. Read here about why this is a significant development in Flagger and how you can make use of it. What is Flagger? Flagger is a progressive delivery tool that automates the release process for applications running on Kubernetes. …

San Francisco’s roads are a notoriously tough place for people to drive. Narrow streets, busy pedestrian traffic, and an extensive network of bicycle routes make driving through San Francisco roughly 40 times more complex than driving in a suburban environment, according to Cruise data. This level of complexity makes San Francisco, America’s second densest city, …

 Ninja Van, Southeast Asia’s leading logistics provider, is extending its multi-year collaboration with Google Cloud to help businesses seize digital growth opportunities and overcome supply chain disruptions. By running its platform and applications on Google Cloud’s scalable, secure and open-source infrastructure, Ninja Van aims to strengthen its leadership in last-mile courier services and expand upstream into supply chain management solutions. Backed by the …

With the widespread adoption of containers among organizations, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard to deploy and operate containerized applications. As you expand your Kubernetes footprint, creating and enforcing consistent configurations and security policies across your growing fleet can create friction. Anthos Config Management (ACM) tackles this by enabling you to set and enforce …

Organizations that are modernizing with the cloud are increasingly looking for ways to simplify and automate container orchestration with high levels of security, reliability and scalability. GKE Autopilot, which became generally available earlier this year, is a revolutionary mode of operations for managed Kubernetes that makes this possible, reducing the need for hands-on cluster management while delivering …

As we discussed in part 2 of this blog series, if you design your edge computing realistically, your systems may not be connected to the network all the time. But there are a variety of tools you can use to manage those edge deployments effectively, and that can even tie them back into your main …

Most modern video games require years of investment to produce, both in terms of development time and capital. The length of development is influenced by a number of factors, such as scale, development platform, scope, and type of game. Gamers often expect global multiplayer experiences on Day 1, which means that the success of a …

We launched GKE Autopilot back in February and since then, we’ve been hard at work adding functionality to deliver a fully featured, fully managed Kubernetes platform. Today, we’re excited to introduce Spot Pods. (Not familiar with GKE Autopilot yet? Check out the Autopilot breakout session at Google Cloud Next ‘21, which gives a rundown of everything this new …

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 …