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Integrating your ArgoCD deployment with Connect Gateway and Workload Identity provides a seamless path to deploy to Kubernetes on many platforms. ArgoCD can easily be configured to centrally manage various cluster platforms including GKE clusters, Anthos clusters, and many more. This promotes consistency across your fleet, saves time in onboarding a new cluster, and simplifies …

When Dassana co-founders Gaurav Kumar and Parth Shah, formerly founder and founding engineer at RedLock (now Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks), set out on a new startup journey in 2020, they knew exactly where to start: sign up for Google Workspace. “Every startup I’ve been at, we used Google Workspace,” said Kumar. “We’ve been …

At AxieCon, Sky Mavis, the creator of category-defining non-fungible token (NFT) title Axie Infinity, has announced a multi-year collaboration with Google Cloud to bolster the security of Ronin, Sky Mavis’ blockchain network, and advance its vision of building a games universe with interrelated, immersive, and rewarding experiences. Google Cloud will become an independent enterprise validator for the Ronin network, …

“Cloud Wisdom Weekly: for tech companies and startups” is a new blog series we’re running this fall to answer common questions our tech and startup customers ask us about how to build apps faster, smarter, and cheaper. In this installment, Google Cloud Product Manager Rachel Tsao explores how to save on compute costs with modern …

Today, as we celebrate seven years of general availability of the most automated and scalable managed Kubernetes, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), we present seven of the common ways that GKE helps customers do amazing things. Accelerates productivity of developers Developer time is at a premium. GKE provides a rich set of integrated tools to help …

In this article we’ll explore the networking components of Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and the various options that exist. Kubernetes is an open source platform for managing containerized workloads and services and GKE is a fully managed environment for running Kubernetes on Google Cloud infrastructure. IP addressing Various network components in Kubernetes utilize IP addresses and ports to communicate. …

Storing state with containers Kubernetes has become the preferred choice for running not only stateless workloads (e.g., web services) but also for stateful applications (e.g., e-commerce applications). According to the Data on Kubernetes report, over 70% of Kubernetes users run stateful applications in containers. Additionally, there is a rising trend of managed data services like MariaDB and Databricks using Google …

Developers and data scientists are increasingly turning to Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) to run demanding workloads like machine learning, visualization/rendering and high-performance computing, leveraging GKE’s support for NVIDIA GPUs. In the current economic climate, customers are under pressure to do more with fewer resources, and cost savings are top of mind. To help, in July, we launched a GPU …

Last year, we launched Eventarc, a unified eventing platform with 90+ sources of events from Google Cloud, helping make it a more programmable cloud. We recognize that most Google Cloud customers utilize a myriad of platforms to run their business, from internal IT systems, to hosted vendor software and SaaS services. Creating and maintaining integrations …

Today’s consumers expect incredible feats of speed and service delivered through easy-to-use apps and personalized interactions. Modern conveniences have taught consumers that their experience is paramount—no matter the size of the company, complexity of the problem, or regulations in the industry. “Cloud-native technologies empower organizations to build and run scalable applications in modern, dynamic environments …