Right in time for the beginning of DockerCon, Docker‘s developer conference in San Francisco, Google today announced that its Kubernetes-powered Container Engine service for managing containers on its cloud platform is now in beta. For the first time, Google also today announced pricing for this service, which will go into effect after the service is out of beta.
Google’s Container Registry for storing and distributing container images is a step ahead of Container Engine and is coming out of beta today.
Container Engine made it debut last November. Since then, the team has added a number of new features to the service, which are launching today. These include support for the first release candidate of Kubernetes, Google’s open source container management tool, as well as support for Google Cloud Logging for getting deep analytics about how an application is running on the service. Container Engine now also lets…
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