What is Google GKE
Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) provides a managed environment for deploying, managing, and scaling your containerized applications using Google infrastructure. The GKE environment consists of multiple machines (specifically, Compute Engine instances) grouped together to form a cluster.
Google GKE Integration with Opsera
- Speed up app development without sacrificing security. Develop a wide variety of apps with support for stateful, serverless, and application accelerators. Use Kubernetes-native CI/CD tooling to secure and speed up each stage of the build-and-deploy life cycle.
- Streamline operations with release channe. Choose the channel that fits your business needs. Rapid, regular, and stable release channels have different cadences of node upgrades and offer support levels aligned with the channel nature.
- Manage infrastructure with Google SREs. Get back time to focus on your applications with help from Google Site Reliability Engineers (SREs). Our SREs constantly monitor your cluster and its computing, networking, and storage resources.
- Kubernetes applications. Enterprise-ready containerized solutions with prebuilt deployment templates, featuring portability, simplified licensing, and consolidated billing. These are not just container images, but open source, Google-built, and commercial applications that increase developer productivity, available now on Google Cloud Marketplace.
- Pod and cluster autoscaling. Horizontal pod autoscaling based on CPU utilization or custom metrics, cluster autoscaling that works on a per-node-pool basis and vertical pod autoscaling that continuously analyzes the CPU and memory usage of pods and dynamically adjusts their CPU and memory requests in response. Automatically scales the node pool and clusters across multiple node pools, based on changing workload requirements.
- Workload and network security. GKE Sandbox provides a second layer of defense between containerized workloads on GKE for enhanced workload security. GKE clusters natively support Kubernetes Network Policy to restrict traffic with pod-level firewall rules. Private clusters in GKE can be restricted to a private endpoint or a public endpoint that only certain address ranges can access.