Deploy service mesh control-plane and proxies.
Centrally observe, discover, and monitor your microservices-based applications across clusters.
Define and manage multi-cluster services, using open-source service mesh and multiple control-plane topologies.
Enable consistent policy enforcement across multi-cluster services.
This specialization is intended for technical engineers, architects, and administrators using Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Kubernetes, and Istio to create, integrate, or modernize solutions. You will learn modernizing, managing, and observing microservices-based applications that span multiple clusters in GCP, on-premises, or other cloud providers.
Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure Foundations with Anthos
This on-demand course equips students to build reliable and manageable multi-cluster Kubernetes infrastructures using Anthos GKE, whether deployed with Anthos on Google Cloud or with Anthos deployed on VMware. It is a continuation of Architecting with GKE and assumes hands-on experience with the technologies covered in that course.
Hybrid Cloud Service Mesh with Anthos
This on-demand course equips students to understand and adopt Istio-based service-mesh with Anthos for centralized observability, traffic management, and service-level security.
Hybrid Cloud Multi-Cluster with Anthos
This on-demand course equips students to understand, configure, and maintain multi-cluster Kubernetes infrastructures using Anthos GKE and Istio-based service mesh, whether deployed with Anthos on Google Cloud or with Anthos deployed on VMware.
Proficiency with with command-line tools and Linux operating system environments and systems operations experience (including deploying and managing Kubernetes-based applications, either on-premises or in a public cloud environment) is helpful in understanding the technologies covered.