Join this 1-hour event to learn about two of the hottest GCP features of the moment: GKE Autopilot and Cloud Run.
About GKE Autopilot
Autopilot is a new mode of operation in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) that is designed to reduce the operational cost of managing clusters, optimize your clusters for production, and yield higher workload availability. The mode of operation refers to the level of flexibility, responsibility, and control that you have over your cluster. In addition to the benefits of a fully managed control plane and node automation, GKE offers two modes of operation:
- Autopilot: GKE provisions and manages the cluster’s underlying infrastructure, including nodes and node pools, giving you an optimized cluster with a hands-off experience.
- Standard: You manage the cluster’s underlying infrastructure, giving you node configuration flexibility.
About Google Cloud Run
Cloud Run is a managed compute platform that enables you to run containers that are invocable via requests or events. Cloud Run is serverless: it abstracts away all infrastructure management, so you can focus on what matters most — building great applications.
Kaushik Bhattacharya (Google)
Luca Cavallin (Binx.io)
Matt Watson (Binx.io)