Google Launches GKE Autopilot for hands-off Kubernetes

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Google announced its new Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) Autopilot, which helps to step up the automation level involved in Kubernetes management, down to dropping all node management.

Google’s power in containerized platforms, and prominently Kubernetes, has supported the public cloud provider appeal to consumers striving to speed up their application delivery.

The company, in a blog post, said that GKE already provides a fully-managed control plane. With Autopilot mode, consumers get a hands-off fully managed Kubernetes experience.

Initially, autopilot mode is compatible with DataDog’s logging and monitoring devices, as well as GitLab’s CI/CD tools. Moreover, Google says there will be many more integrations in the coming months.

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