You can use network endpoint groups (NEGs) as backends for some load balancers.
NEGs define how a set of endpoints should be reached, whether they are reachable, and where they are located.
Zonal NEGs contain endpoints that can be Compute Engine VMs or services
running within a Google Kubernetes Engine cluster. They are specified as
Internet NEGs contain an endpoint that can be public, specified by
For more information about zonal and internet NEGs, see: