Developing on the Google Cloud Platform

Looking for some New Years reading about developing on the Google Cloud Platform? Enjoy some of my most recent articles on the subject.

  1. Securing Kubernetes with Istio End User Authentication using JSON Web Tokens (JWT) (January 2019)
  2. Securing Your Istio Ingress Gateway with HTTPS (January 2019)
  3. Building a Microservices Platform with Confluent Cloud, MongoDB Atlas, Istio, and Google Kubernetes Engine (December 2018)
  4. Using the Google Cloud Dataproc WorkflowTemplates API to Automate Spark and Hadoop Workloads on GCP (December 2018)
  5. Big Data Analytics with Java and Python, using Cloud Dataproc, Google’s Fully-Managed Spark and Hadoop Service (December 2018)
  6. Integrating Search Capabilities with Actions for Google Assistant, using GKE and Elasticsearch: Part 1 (September 2018)
  7. Integrating Search Capabilities with Actions for Google Assistant, using GKE and Elasticsearch: Part 2 (September 2018)
  8. Building Serverless Actions for Google Assistant with Google Cloud Functions, Cloud Datastore, and Cloud Storage (August 2018)
  9. Managing Applications Across Multiple Kubernetes Environments with Istio: Part 1 (April 2018)
  10. Managing Applications Across Multiple Kubernetes Environments with Istio: Part 2 (April 2018)
  11. Deploying and Configuring Istio on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) (December 2017)

 

 All opinions expressed in this post are my own and not necessarily the views of my current or past employers or their clients.

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