Google Cloud: Expanding Kubernetes in the enterprise: Google Container Engine + Pivotal Container Service
Cloud users are overwhelmingly opting for a hybrid cloud strategy. According to RightScale’s 2017 State of the Cloud Report, 85% of enterprises now have a multi-cloud architecture strategy. Many of these customers are looking to container technology to help modernize their application development and DevOps functions across their cloud investments.
Portability and simplification
To help organizations manage their container deployments across private and public clouds, Google is fostering an open path to hybrid cloud. This approach builds on the momentum and popularity of Kubernetes, the open-source container orchestration system for cross-cloud portability and ease of management.
One of the companies we’ve been working closely with to deliver on this vision of an open, hybrid cloud is Pivotal — which we recently named our Global Technology Partner of the Year. Last year, we announced that PCF was available on Google Cloud Platform, enabling enterprise customers to build and deploy apps that can scale, store and analyze data quickly both on-prem and in the cloud. And today we’re excited to extend the work we’re doing with Pivotal to more businesses looking to move to the cloud.
Read the entire article here, Expanding Kubernetes in the enterprise: Google Container Engine + Pivotal Container Service
via the fine folks at Google Cloud