How about running GKE (Google Kubernetes Engine) on your own data center. Why would anyone do that while everyone else is moving to the cloud. Well, Google is creating a stepping stone to move enterprises to the cloud. What a better way than to build a bridge that will shorten the gap. GKE On-Prem service will include access to all GKE cloud features, including the ability to register, manage clusters and monitoring via a service called Stackdriver. GKE On-Prem will include a direct line to the GCP Marketplace, which has support for Kubernetes-based applications.
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If you have multiple VPCs located in geographically diverse regions, you can connect them together using a new service called Transit VPCs. It’s a logically isolated VPC which can act as a bridge for launching and transferring data between regions. It can work as global transit center between other VPCs within your organization. Learn more by reading about it from AWS announcement.
Although you can access CodeCommit from the AWS Console, the most efficient way to access it, is via SSH. Assuming you already have an IAM user, as well as Git installed on your local machine, it’s time to setup a SSH connection to CodeCommit by performing the following commands.
- Generate a RSA key pair
- Copy the public key to the clipboard.
- Upload the SSH public key to the AWS IAM Console.
- You’ll receive a SSH Key ID.
- Create a config file
- chmod 600 config
- Test connection
- Clone repo
To get more details regarding SSH access to CodeCommit, visit the AWS docs.