Clusters are essentially the backbone of the Google Kubernetes Engine system. All objects that are part of Kubernetes run atop clusters. These include all the containerized applications, for which the cluster acts as a platform. A cluster consists of at least one Control plane or cluster master machine, and multiple worker machines called nodes.
Read more about GKE Clusters and a step-by-step guide on how to deploy an application to a cluster in my blog at k21academy.com/gcp23
This blog post covers the following topics:
1. Introduction to GKE Clusters
2. Pods and Deployment
3. Steps to Deploy Application
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