Tag: gke

  • Google Cloud Is Down

    Apparently Google was down the other day. Unfortunately, I was on a train in a really remote location and couldn’t verify what I picked up from Hacker News and tweeted. Meanwhile, there is a bit of broader coverage on Slashdot and The Verge, that hint at the size of the outage. Again, an outage like […]

  • GCP can run untrusted workloads

    Google’s Kubernetes Engine (GKE) now supports node pools that are wrapped in gVisor to allow running untrusted workloads. The idea behind gVisors is to emulate all system calls in user space and provide a sandbox to processes that cannot be trusted. GKE allows to enable this with a configuration option now. New GKE Sandbox brings […]