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What is your primary use case for Google Kubernetes Engine?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Top 5LeaderboardReal User

We have everything in Kubernetes. We're basically moving everything from the cloud into Kubernetes - inverting the cloud. We have all that built for the CIT pipeline and have our tools within the cluster. This is to support application development. The application side is always within the cluster. We have a security cluster. So everything is there. We have a database within the cluster as well. We don't need a managed database. There's a cloud database due to the fact that we use Kubernetes database. Everything goes into the cluster. It makes it easy for us to be consistent across different environments, including development environments or in Oracle environments, as everything runs within the cluster.

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Top 5Consultant

This is Prophaze deployed in Kubernetes. So we have a Kubernetes. For example, Uber, they have all their sectors deployed in Kubernetes. There should be a native production for Kubernetes. We can have a separate cloud security solution for Kubernetes. Your solution has to be in Kubernetes. Because it should be a Kubernetes solution. So the WAF, in general, can be deployed in Kubernetes as a network solution.

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Top 5MSP

Kubernetes Engine is a platform that spins off applications so they can be run at scale at a high level. We are currently migrating from on-premises to the cloud version.

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Real User

We primarily use this solution for authorization and service deployment.

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Real User

Our primary use case is to arrange the correct CICD (Continuous Integration / Continous Deployment) conveyor to provide for continuous changes in production.

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