Multi-Tenancy Best Practices for Google Kubernetes Engine (Cloud Next ’18)


Within your company or organization, Kubernetes offers many features and primitives to securely and efficiently share a cluster among multiple teams and workloads. Combined with Google’s Cloud IAM, you can securely host workloads from multiple users on your Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) clusters under the control of flexible, fine-grained sharing policies.

In this talk, we will discuss the features that enable multi-tenant GKE clusters and describe the relevant best practices in areas such as identity, access control, container privilege reduction, scheduling, and network security.

We will also look at what’s coming next for Kubernetes and GKE multi-tenancy, and how it will be possible to share clusters even more securely and efficiently in the future.

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Duration: 46:54
Publisher: Google Cloud
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