Kubernetes on GKE from scratch using Terraform

GKE, Google Container Engine, is an easy way of getting started with a managed Kubernetes service. In this post, we show how to get started from scratch and wind up with a cluster that is provisioned using Terraform. Defining your infrastructure in Terraform means that you can easily create a replica of your GKE environment. This is useful for e.g. a staging environment or to recover from a disaster. Let’s get started!


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