Kubernetes Engine

Kubernetes Container Orchestration Service

Kubernetes Engine offers lightweight virtual computing containers and clusters for their management. With the service, Kubernetes environments are readily available by installation, operation, and maintenance of the Kubernetes control plane.

Overview

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Service Architecture

Control Plane ↔ Customer Managed

Samsung SDS Managed : Control Plane
API Server ↔ Scheduler
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API Server, Scheduler → Controller Manager
Customer Managed
Node (VM)
Node
  • Kubelet
  • Container Runtime
  • Kube-proxy
  • Containers

Key Features

  • Standard Kubernetes cluster creation

    - Install and operate Kubernetes control planes
    - Required setting for creating clusters (VM, VPC, Subnet, Security Group, Load Balancer, and DNS)
    - Worker node setting and volume setting of File Storage to be connected

  • Management functions for Kubernetes control

    - Kubernetes cluster management : View cluster data, manage entitlement, and add new users
    - Node management : View and manage work machine nodes created on clusters
    - Persistent volume management : Create/manage the created physical disk on Kubernetes clusters
    - Namespace management : Create/manage namespaces, workloads, Pods, Secrets, ConfigMap, Ingress, and Services
    - Administration management : Create/manage roles, role bindings, service accounts, and network policies

Pricing

    • Billing
    • Hourly billing for Kubernetes Engine usage (from creation of cluster to termination request)
    • Management nodes (Kubernetes control planes) provided
      ※ Other components excluding control planes are charged separately
      - VM for Worker Nodes
      - VPC, Load Balancer, and Security Group for user VPC environments
      - Storage for PV configuration
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