Advanced Cluster Options for GKE

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In this lesson, you will learn about some of the more advanced options available when creating a Google Kubernetes Engine cluster.

Learning Objectives

You will learn the main differences between:

  • Standard vs. Autopilot clusters
  • Private vs. Public clusters
  • Zonal vs. Regional clusters
  • Routes-based vs. VPC-native clusters

Intended Audience

  • GCP Network Engineers
  • GCP Security Engineers
  • Anyone preparing for a Google Cloud certification (such as the Professional Cloud Network Engineer exam)

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of Kubernetes and GKE
  • Some experience building and deploying containers

 

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