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1

Create Cluster on Google Cloud

From Google Cloud Console, Navigate to Container Engine and click "Create a container cluster." Create Cluster on Google Cloud
2

On Codefresh, Connect to Google Cloud

Login to Codefresh (it’s free), go to Admin->Integrations and login with Google. On Codefresh, Connect to Google Cloud
3

Add Cluster

Once a cluster is added, it's available in automatic pipelines and manual pushes. Add Cluster
4

Deploy and Automate

Expose externally, set replicas, or just let the defaults be your guide.
 
Deploy and Automate
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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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our entire pipeline in one place
so we can focus on engineering.

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faster on Codefresh.

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about provisioning.

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