Kubernetes based workloads are on the rise in the cloud. GKE (Google Container Engine – GCP) is a popular service to deploy Kubernetes workloads. Enterprises have the misconception that GKE along with Service Mesh (such as Istio) could provide all the networking and security required by enterprises. Reality is that Enterprise applications running on GKE clusters need zero-trust policy-based networking, security and next generation firewall insertion.
In this session, we will focus on how you can gain advanced networking and security for enterprise GKE deployments. Aviatrix solutions architects will discuss:
- Cloud networking ingress and egress options for GKE
- Security designs for firewall service insertion, network segmentation and ingress traffic considerations
- Ingress from both Public Internet and from the on-premise (hybrid connectivity)