Security is one of the key challenges in Kubernetes because of its configuration complexity and vulnerability. Managed container services like Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) provide many protection features but don’t take all related responsibilities off your plate. Read on to learn more about GKE security and best practices to secure your cluster.
Basic Overview of GKE Security
GKE protects your workload in many layers, which include your container image, its runtime, the cluster network, and access to the cluster API server.