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Automate Cluster Deployment with GKE Autopilot and CircleCI


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Sponsored by CIRCLECI 

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GKE Autopilot is a new mode of operation in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) designed to reduce operational costs around managing clusters, optimizing production time and driving higher workload availability. As a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) partner, CircleCI makes it easy to integrate CI/CD workflows with GCP and utilize modes of operation like Autopilot.

Join CircleCI and GCP for this webinar, hosted by Angel Rivera and Tony Pujals, where they will demonstrate how to create a cluster using the new Autopilot feature. Attendees will come away with a better understanding of how a traditional deployment impacts a cluster versus the impact of GKE Autopilot using the recently updated GKE orb.

Tony Pujals
Senior Cloud Developer Advocate - Google
Tony Pujals is an engineer at Google Cloud, where he enjoys obsessing about cloud computing, containers and orchestration, microservices, service mesh, serverless, distributed systems, and of course, programming. He's currently working on helping developers achieve success building and running their applications with Kubernetes using GKE Autopilot.
Angel Rivera
Senior Developer Advocate - CircleCI
Angel started his career as a U.S. Air Force Space Systems Operations specialist in Cape Canaveral AF Station where he realized his passion for technology and software development. You can find him speaking at or organizing local tech meetups and hackathons, where he enjoys engaging with the development community.

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