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Kubes GKE Ingress HTTPS External Load Balancer with pre-shared-cert and Automated SSL Cert Rotation

October 15, 2021
Shows you how to create a Google External Load Balancer with HTTPS support. This uses the pre-shared-cert approach, so you create the Google SSL Cert ahead of time. It also makes use of the boltops-tools/google-ssl-cert to help with automating th...
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Kubes GKE Ingress HTTPS External Load Balancer with a Manually Secret Resource

October 16, 2021
Shows you how to create an Google External Load Balancer and with a pre-created Kubernetes TLS Secret. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/kubes-examples google/elb7-https-secret-manual
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Kubes GKE Ingress HTTPS External Load Balancer with an Automatically Created Secret Resource

October 16, 2021
Shows you how to create an Google External Load Balancer and codified the Kubernetes TLS Secret Resource. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/kubes-examples google/elb7-https-secret-auto
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GKE Ingress HTTPS External Load Balancer with Secret Resource (Manually Created)

October 21, 2021
Shows you how to setup a HTTPS External Load Balancer with using a Secret Resource that is manually created. Using plain Kubernetes YAML files to create resources in this video. Links: Google Cloud Docs: Specifying certificates for your Ingress...
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Kubes GKE Ingress HTTPS Internal Load Balancer with Automated SSL Rotation

October 21, 2021
Shows you how to create an Google Internal Load Balancer on GKE with the Ingress Resource. Will also show you how to automated rotate the ssl cert. This reduces maintenance overhead. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/kubes-examples google/ilb4-ssl-...
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How to Create a Google GKE Cluster with Console or CLI

October 23, 2021
Shows you how to create a GKE Cluster following the Google Docs Console instructions. This is a good place to start if you're starting off with GKE for the first time. Getting familiar with the Google Console helps establish fundamentals. Relevan...
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GKE Ingress HTTPS Internal Load Balancer Kubernetes Example

November 2, 2021
Shows you how to setup a GKE Ingress HTTPS Internal Load Balancer with plain Kubernetes YAML files Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/kubernetes-examples google/ilb-https-pre-shared
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GKE Ingress External HTTPS Load Balancer and pre-shared Google SSL Cert Kubernetes Example

November 2, 2021
Shows you how to setup a GKE Ingress External HTTPS Load Balancer and pre-shared Google SSL Cert Kubernetes Example. Using plain Kubernetes YAML files to create resources in this video. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/kubes-examples elb7-https-pr...
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Jenkins Kubernetes Plugin Configure Cloud

November 12, 2021
We'll configure the Kubernetes Plugin to use the GKE cluster as the Cloud. So pods will be used as the slave agent.
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Setting up Jenkins on GKE

November 12, 2021
We'll create a GKE cluster and set up Jenkins via helm. Links: Google Cloud Docs: Setting up Jenkins on Google Kubernetes Engine
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Terraspace GKE Cluster with the google_container_cluster Terraform Resource

November 15, 2021
We'll build a GKE cluster with the terraform google_container_cluster resource method. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/terraspace-google-gke-hashicorp-guide Terraform Docs google_container_cluster boltops-learn/kubernetes-examples
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Terraspace GKE Cluster with the Terraform Registry Module

November 16, 2021
We'll build a GKE cluster with the popular Terraform Registry Module written by Google. Links: GitHub: boltops-learn/terraspace-google-gke-registry terraform-google-modules/kubernetes-engine
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AWS EKS vs Azure AKS vs Google GKE

December 13, 2021
We'll cover the 3 different Kubernetes offerings from AWS, Azure and Google. We'll walk through each of their consoles, website interfaces, and explore how they work and compare. Repos used to create the 3 different clusters: https://github.com...
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Google GKE Kubernetes Cluster with Console

December 19, 2021
We'll build a GKE Kubernetes Cluster with the Google Console. We'll briefly note the differences between a GKE Standard vs GKE AutoPilot cluster and create a Standard Cluster. We'll cover the options quite thoroughly. We'll also deploy some simple...
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EKS: Self-Managed Nodes vs Managed Node Group vs AWS Fargate

January 6, 2022
We'll cover the different EKS Nodes and what they mean. Essentially, EKS manages Kubernetes-as-a-Service but this mainly means the Kubernetes control plane. You still need to provide compute nodes to your EKS cluster so they have the capacity to ...
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GKE Workload Identity Intro Tutorial

August 17, 2022
GKE Workload Identity is a way to associated a Google Service Account with a Kubernetes Service Account. Google Service Account <=> Kubernetes Service Account GSA <=> KSA We'll go through the Google Docs and explain what it's talking ...
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GKE Workload Identity Automated with Kubes: Spring Boot, PostgreSQL

August 17, 2022
GKE Workload Identity is a way to associated a Google Service Account with a Kubernetes Service Account. Google Service Account <=> Kubernetes Service Account GSA <=> KSA In this video, we'll automate the entire process of creating bo...
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GKE Workload Identity Automated with Kubes: Confirm with gcloud

August 18, 2022
GKE Workload Identity is a way to associated a Google Service Account with a Kubernetes Service Account. Google Service Account <=> Kubernetes Service Account GSA <=> KSA In this video, we'll automate the entire process of creating bo...
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Kubernetes CloudSQL Proxy PostgreSQL Rails

August 21, 2022
CloudSQL Proxy is an additional layer of security to connect to a CloudSQL database in Google. In order to start the process, you need Google IAM permission to start this daemon process. Once it's up, you can connect to localhost. You probably wan...
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Kubernetes CloudSQL Proxy MySQL Rails

August 21, 2022
CloudSQL Proxy is an additional layer of security to connect to a CloudSQL database in Google. In order to start the process, you need Google IAM permission to start this daemon process. Once it's up, you can connect to localhost. You probably wan...
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