Google Kubernetes Engine

Google Kubernetes Engine


The most scalable and fully automated Kubernetes service

Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a powerful and user-friendly platform that simplifies the deployment, management, and scaling of containerized applications. It is a cloud-based service provided by Google Cloud that enables users to efficiently run applications in containers without the hassle of dealing with the underlying infrastructure. GKE is widely appreciated for its ease of use and seamless integration with other Google Cloud services.

One key advantage of GKE is its robust automation capabilities. It automates many tasks related to application deployment and scaling, allowing users to focus on developing and improving their applications rather than managing the underlying infrastructure. Additionally, GKE offers excellent scalability, enabling users to effortlessly scale their applications up or down based on demand. This flexibility is crucial for businesses with dynamic workloads.

GKE's popularity stems from its reliability and security features. Google, known for its expertise in managing large-scale infrastructure, ensures that GKE users benefit from a highly available and secure platform. Many organizations choose GKE over alternatives due to its seamless integration with Google Cloud services, simplified operational tasks, and the assurance of a stable and secure environment for running containerized applications.

Feature Table Google Kubernetes EngineGKE

Initial Release

Nov '15

Max Pods per Node

The maximum number of pods on a worker node


Free Control Plane

Is the control plane free?

Control Plane SLA

What's the SLA for the managed control plane


Private Cluster

Ability to hide the API Server behind a private network

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