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Codefresh Collaborates with Google Cloud to Streamline Application Deployments on Kubernetes

Codefresh, the complete container delivery toolchain, has collaborated with Google Cloud to create a quick-start integration for deploying to Google Cloud's managed Kubernetes service, Google Container Engine. This integration combines Google Cloud optimal Kubernetes platform with Codefresh's container management platform, making it easy for any developer to automate their application deployment to Kubernetes in as little as 10 minutes.

Kubernetes is quickly becoming the standard container orchestrator; with 71 percent of respondents indicating they are using Kubernetes in a survey across enterprise IT decision makers. Google Cloud has led the way offering managed Kubernetes hosting with many other cloud vendors following suit.

The new integration streamlines the development experience by combining the container creation and test process with an easier way to deploy containers on Kubernetes. The automated pipeline can speed up development and reduce bugs. New users can easily start deploying on Kubernetes without compromising on access to powerful features.

William Dennis (PM, Google Container Engine) and Dan Garfield (Full-Stack Engineer, Codefresh) will co-host a webinar on August 30th to show how the new process and integration can be used to speed up development velocity with a Kubernetes pipeline.

Google Cloud and Codefresh have previously collaborated on integrating Google Container Registry into Codefresh to provide a Docker registry for developers to work with directly from their CI/CD flow.

"Google Cloud is a powerful partner for Codefresh, with a strong expertise in helping the enterprise launch and scale containers," said Raziel Tabib, CEO and Co-founder of Codefresh. "Google Container Engine lowers the cost and simplifies the process for provisioning and maintaining Kubernetes clusters while Codefresh simplifies and accelerates the deployment of applications onto Kubernetes. It's a perfect match."

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Published Tuesday, August 08, 2017 9:56 AM by David Marshall
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