So here we are; we launched a new course at Linux Academy called Google Container Engine! If you've worked with AWS before, then you know that containers can function very similarly to EC2 instances; however, this is not the case with Google's cloud. Instead, you get a stack of servers called a container cluster which are cloud instances that run Kubernetes. The course covers these various features:An introduction to the Google Container Engine that explains various features for container clusters such as autoscaling, hosting a multizone configuration, and how to use Kubernetes alpha features. An overview of the Google Cloud Platform Console. A look at managing container clusters through the CLI and Console and how to use container cluster features. How to use the Google Container Registry as an alternative to using Docker Hub for creating your own private registry. Learn how to use Kubernetes to create a pod and service using the Hexo blog. Create a microservice with persistent disks using MySQL and Ghost, another blogging platform. How to use the Kubernetes Dashboard with your container cluster.