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Google has released the production version of its Anthos platform for managing multicloud applications.
Formerly known as Google Cloud Services Platform, Anthos is a -powered technology to build and manage hybrid applications, for on-premises or cloud deployments. Anthos is available on Google Cloud Platform with Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), adding infrastructure around Kubernetes.
Anthos also can manage workloads on third-party clouds, including Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. With Anthos, IT resources are put into a consistent framework for management, development, and control, with low-value and insecure tasks automated across on-premise sand Google Cloud infrastructure.
Features in Anthos include:
As part of the Anthos rollout, Google introduced a beta version of Anthos Migrate, to automigrate virtual machines from on-premises or other clouds to to containers in GKE. It handles infrastructure tasks such as OS patching and VM maintenance.
To get started with Anthos, users must set up a GKE On-Prem Cluster and start running new cloud-native apps or migrate some existing applications into a cluster. The cluster then must be registered with GKE. Users have the option to install Istio on GKE clusters to create service meshes. Also, Anthos Config Management must be enabled across GKE clusters.
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