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Google Kubernetes Engine


At Google Cloud, we believe that effective integration of public cloud capabilities is fundamental to an enterprise’s digital transformation journey. A well-designed digital transformation strategy should do much more than keep you competitive… instead, it should position you to excel by untethering IT staff from low value, labor-intensive tasks, allowing them to focus on innovation …

Building microservices on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) provides you with maximum flexibility to build your applications, while still benefiting from the scale and toolset that Google Cloud has to offer. But with great flexibility comes great responsibility. Orchestrating microservices can be difficult, requiring non-trivial implementation, customization, and maintenance of messaging systems. Cloud Run for Anthos …

Security is a top priority for Google Cloud, and we protect our customers through how we design our infrastructure, our services, and how we work. Googlers created some of the fundamental components of containers, like cgroups, and we were an early adopter of containers for our internal systems. We realized we needed a way to increase …

Migrating to the cloud for an enterprise that has been running workloads on premises for years can be very daunting. To be successful, a migration plan needs to factor in many different aspects relating to people, process and technology. If you are designing the migration, you need guidance and best practices to help steer you …

However you use Google Cloud services, your data is your data. Our layered approach to security proactively protects your data and gives you control on your terms. In fact, at Google we believe the future of computing will increasingly shift to private, encrypted services where users can be confident that their data is not being …

We’re announcing that Cloud SQL, our fully managed database service for MySQL, PostgreSQL, and SQL Server, now supports MySQL 8. This means you get access to a variety of powerful new features—such as instant DDL statements (e.g. ADD COLUMN), atomic DDL, privilege collection using roles, window functions, and extended JSON syntax – to help you …

Running containerized apps on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a way for a DevOps team to focus on developing apps, rather than on the operational tasks required to run a secure, scalable and highly available Kubernetes cluster. Cloud Logging and Cloud Monitoring are two of several services integrated into GKE that provide DevOps teams with …