Deploy and manage Kubernetes applications with Workflows

Workflows is a versatile service in orchestrating and automating a wide range of use cases: microservices, business processes, Data and ML pipelines, IT operations, and more. It can also be used to automate deployment of containerized applications on Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and this got even easier with the newly released (in preview) Kubernetes API Connector.

The new Kubernetes API connector enables access to GKE services from Workflows and this in turn enables Kubernetes based resource management or orchestration, scheduled Kubernetes jobs, and more.

In this blog post, l show how to use the Kubernetes Engine API connector to create a GKE cluster and then use the new Kubernetes API connector to create a Kubernetes deployment and a service.

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