Putting the K in GKE


Not sure if you have noticed Today that Google has renamed Container Engine to Kubernetes Engine. A quick search leads me to a article on Google Cloud blog - Google has been working with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) and the Kubernetes community to create the Certified Kubernetes Conformance Program. The Certified Kubernetes program officially launched today, and … Continue reading Putting the K in GKE

What GCP offers but AWS does not?


A quick summary of what I have found out in Google Cloud Summit Sydney yesterday. GCP GCE offers pay-per-minute (minimum 10 minutes charge), AWS EC2 charges pay-per-hour GCP GCE offers customisable instance spec (up to 64 cores, 416G RAM), AWS EC2 only supports fixed instance spec. GCP GCE support live migration, AWS does not support … Continue reading What GCP offers but AWS does not?