Configuring Google Kubernetes Engine - 8.0

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Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is a management and orchestration system for Docker container and container clusters that run within the Google's public cloud services.


  1. Log in to your Google Cloud Platform environment.
  2. Select the Kubernetes Engine from the Google Services list.
  3. Click the Create Cluster button and provide the required configuration for your Kubernetes Engine.
    Screenshot of the Clusters tab in Google Cloud Platform.
    For more information on the configuration details, see Creating a zonal cluster.
    Once the cluster is created, the page looks like below:
    Screenshot of the newly created cluster in Google Cloud Platform.
  4. Click the Connect button on the right to connect to this cluster.
    A window like below pops up.
    The window lists different methods to connect to the cluster: command-line access and cloud console dashboard.
  5. Click Run in Cloud Shell.
    Google Cloud Shell opens with a command. Press Enter to run the command.
    Screenshot of the command in Google Cloud Shell.
    You have connected to the cluster.