Tag: GKE

Service Models

Running serverless .NET applications in AWS Lambda

January 18, 2024

Via: InfoWorld

The recent evolution of .NET has been fun to watch. Since .NET became an open-source platform, it has finally delivered on its cross-platform promise. At the same time, support for Linux has given it more traction in the cloud-native space, […]

Global Cloud, Service Models

Managed Kubernetes: Understanding Your Options in the Cloud

March 27, 2020

Via: CompareTheCloud

Kubernetes is a popular container orchestration platform used by many professionals for software development, administration, and security. Containerisation is especially popular for cloud-native applications, and environments that require continual updates. However, Kubernetes management can be complex, especially for enterprise-level operations. […]

Deployment Models, Private Cloud

Google announces GKE Advanced, featuring Cloud Run

April 16, 2019

Via: ZDnet

Google on Tuesday announced GKE Advanced, a new service tier for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), its managed Kubernetes service. It includes advanced security features, enhanced usage reporting and support for serverless workloads via Cloud Run on GKE. Google introduced Cloud […]

Deployment Models, Private Cloud

The private cloud is now a peripheral to the public cloud

December 11, 2018

Via: InfoWorld Cloud Computing

No matter if you’re looking at Microsoft’s Azure Stack, Amazon Web Services’s Outpost, or Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) on premises, that emerging pattern is the same: placing an on-premises version of a pubic cloud’s cloud services that runs on hardware […]