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Service to Service Call Pattern – Multi-Cluster Ingress

Multi-Cluster Ingress is a neat feature of Anthos and GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine), whereby a user accessing an application that is hosted on multiple GKE clusters, in different zones is directed to the right cluster that is nearest to the user! So for eg. consider two GKE clusters, one in us-west1, based out of Oregon, USA and another in europe-north1, ...

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Service to Service call pattern – Using Anthos Service Mesh

Anthos Service Mesh makes it very simple for a service in one cluster to call service in another cluster. Not just calling the service but also doing so securely, with fault tolerance and observability built-in. This is a fourth in a series of posts on service to service call patterns in Google Cloud.  The first post explored Service to Service ...

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Integrating AWS EKS with Anthos

Introduction Anthos allows you to attach any non-GKE Kubernetes cluster. In this article, I will demonstrate how to attach an existing AWS EKS cluster and make it part of Anthos ecosystem. Once the cluster is attached, you can view and manage it from the Anthos dashboard in the Google Cloud Console. You can also enable features like Anthos Config Management ...

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Anthos Setup

In this article, I will show you how to setup Anthos on Google Cloud. Anthos setup requires that you have the following prerequisites in place: Google project with billing enabledAnthos APIs are enabled. It will allow you to use Anthos featuresThe command line tool – gcloud. You will get this by installing Cloud SDK As part of installation, you will ...

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Cloud Run for Anthos: Deploying a Service

Introduction In this article, I will demonstrate how to create and deploy a service with Cloud Run for Anthos. You can go through my previous article to understand the basics of Cloud Run for Anthos. Pre-requisites A Google Cloud project preferably with Owner access.A basic understanding of Cloud Run for AnthosFair understanding of Kubernetes Setting up a GKE Cluster Cloud ...

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Cloud Run for Anthos

Introduction The word serverless took the world by storm. Let’s talk a bit about this concept called serverless. We all know serverless means running a piece of code on cloud without worrying about the underlying infrastructure – also called as ‘function as a service’. This is what we call a programming model of serverless. There is another perspective or dimension ...

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