Enterprise organizations are increasingly concerned about relying on only one cloud provider. In this liveProject series, you'll work to eliminate network access challenges between AWS and GCP by spinning up a new cross-cloud Kubernetes cluster. This cluster will allow local GCP clients to access the application, to both reduce your cross-cloud networking costs and localize your security perimeter. Each project in this series can stand alone or be completed as part of a comprehensive course on multi-cloud deployment.
In this liveProject, you’ll expand the cross-cloud deployment of a SaaS service to Google Cloud Platform. You’ll make use of the Anthos Service Mesh to unite services running on the Kubernetes platform of multiple cloud providers and set up GitOps using ArgoCD for tenant onboarding into GCP. Finally, you’ll use Chaos and Resilience testing to ensure that the tenant applications across both GCP and AWS are robust.
In this liveProject, you’ll explore improving cross-cloud functionality with Anthos on AWS. Anthos lets you run Google Kubernetes Engine on AWS, and manage Kubernetes clusters across GCP, AWS, on-prem, or other cloud providers. You’ll migrate clusters from EKS to Anthos, and monitor the clusters directly from Google Cloud Console.
In this liveProject, you’ll deploy a sample SaaS application to Google Cloud Platform and explore different ways to build and deploy applications on GCP, which are different from other cloud providers such as AWS. GCP provides a few native features for building containers and a service called ConfigSync that provides GitOps-style deployments.
This liveProject is for solutions architects and developers with basic knowledge of the cloud. To begin this liveProject you will need to be familiar with the following:
In this liveProject, you’ll learn techniques to help unify Kubernetes across GCP and AWS.