Kubernetes cluster in GKE – first steps

I use MacBook Pro on a daily basis, so I have no problem with Kubernetes cluster. I can just enable it in Docker for Mac configuration and then I can do almost whatever I want. If you use Linux or Windows, you can choose for example Minikube for testing purposes. But sometimes it’s not enough. There are some cases when you need something more – maybe you want to check how your application will behave in a more complex environment or just your workstation is not strong enough to run particular deployments. In such cases, Kubernetes cluster in GKE can Continue reading