What is GKE in Kubernetes?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Dec 03, 2018


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  •  Sharad Jaiswal
    Answered by Prachi

    GKE stands for Google Kubernetes Engine. GKE is a management and orchestration system whose container clusters run within Google’s public cloud services for containers including Docker containers. Google Kubernetes Engine is Google’s own open-source container management system solely based on Kubernetes. It makes things easier and simpler for users as well as the developers involved in the process.

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