Take control of your Kubernetes clusters with CSP Config Management

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Kubernetes administrators know that with each new cluster comes new configurations–and the management overhead associated with them. It’s a headache, and one that only gets worse as you scramble to keep your growing fleet in line with ever-changing corporate policies.

Last week, we announced the Cloud Services Platform (CSP) in beta, letting you modernize your applications on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) or with on-premises infrastructure. As part of CSP, we’re also making it easier for you to consistently implement policies across all your Kubernetes clusters, with CSP Config Management, also in beta. Now you can strengthen security and maintain compliance across all your clusters, while still helping developers move fast.

CSP Config Management allows you to create a common configuration for all your administrative policies and apply it to all your clusters, at the same time. The clusters can be running in Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) in the cloud or in your data center with GKE On-Prem or a combination of both. By integrating with the popular Git version control system, CSP Config Management evaluates each commit to the repository and rolls them out to clusters all over the globe, so that your cluster is always in the desired state.

For example, you can have a set of Kubernetes Namespaces with policies like NetworkPolicies, ConfigMaps, or RBAC RoleBindings, and automatically create them across all your clusters.

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