How to Implement Network Policy in Google GKE to Secure Your Cluster

How to Implement Network Policy in Google GKE to Secure Your Cluster

Published May 7, 2020

By default, pods are non-isolated; they accept traffic from any source.

The Google GKE solution to this security concern is Network Security Policy that lets developers control network access to their services.

Google GKE comes configured with Network Security Policy using Project Calico which can be used to secure your clusters.

This class will describe a few use cases for network security policy and a live demo implementing each use case.

In this session, Tigera will discuss and demo:

  • How Network Security Policy works
  • Common Use Cases for Network Security Policy
  • Live demo implementing Network Security Policy in a Google GKE cluster

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