Posts under Google Kubernetes Engine Security
As the brainchild behind the original Kubernetes project, Google launched its Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) platform – then called Google Container Engine – in August 2015. Today, GKE is one of the most popular managed Kubernetes services in the market. Like any infrastructure platform or Kubernetes service, though, GKE customers have to make important decisions and formulate a plan for configuring and maintaining secure GKE clusters. While many of the security requirements and responsibilities apply to all Kubernetes clusters, regardless of where they are hosted, GKE also has several unique requirements that users must consider and act on to ensure that their GKE clusters and the workloads their organization run on them are safeguarded from potential breaches or malicious attacks.