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Create Cluster on Google Cloud

From Google Cloud Console, Navigate to Container Engine and click “Create a container cluster.”

On Codefresh, Connect to Google Cloud

Login to Codefresh (it’s free), go to Admin->Integrations and login with Google.

Add Cluster

Once a cluster is added, it’s available in automatic pipelines and manual pushes.

Deploy and Automate

Expose externally, set replicas, or just let the defaults be your guide.

Flip The Switch, Go Advanced

Codefresh has smart defaults to get you up and running. When you’re ready, add your own deployment and service yml.

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