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If you’re using Anthos to enable a hybrid or multicloud deployment, one option is to run the Kubernetes-based platform directly on bare metal hardware, without a virtualization layer. Running your applications on Anthos clusters on bare metal delivers strong performance and flexibility, while allowing you to modernize your applications: Anthos clusters on bare metal are …

If you’re using Anthos to enable a hybrid or multicloud deployment, one option is to run the Kubernetes-based platform directly on bare metal hardware, without a virtualization layer. Running your applications on Anthos clusters on bare metal delivers strong performance and flexibility, while allowing you to modernize your applications: Anthos clusters on bare metal are fully integrated with …

We launched GKE Autopilot last year and since then, we’ve been hard at work adding additional functionality to deliver a fully featured, fully managed Kubernetes platform. Today, we’re excited to introduce Anthos Service Mesh availability on GKE Autopilot Clusters. (Not familiar with GKE Autopilot or Anthos Service Mesh yet? Check out the Autopilot breakout session …

Peanut Butter and Jelly. Infinity Gems and the Infinity Gauntlet. Server Virtualization and Shared Storage. Holidays and Cookies (ok, maybe that’s just a personal preference). We all love to find a combination of products, foods or technologies that effortlessly fit together to make our lives better. And when it comes to technology, there’s nothing better …

December was a busy month for the Eventarc team, who landed a number of features at the end of the year. Let’s take a closer look at some of these new capabilities. Cloud Storage trigger is GA Back in September, we announced the public preview of Cloud Storage triggers as the preferred way of routing …

Many companies were forced to accelerate their digital transformation by rolling out new apps and services to help them adapt to the disruption caused by COVID-19. Kubernetes played a vital role to address this challenge as organizations around the globe focused on containerizing their applications in production. Although 84% of global security decision makers report …

In this blog post I describe the ‘Edge’ profile for Anthos on bare metal. I compare this new option against the default profile. I also introduced the recently published “Rolling out clusters on the edge at scale with Anthos on bare metal” guide that walks you through the steps to install Anthos on bare metal …

With the widespread adoption of containers among organizations, Kubernetes has become the de facto standard to deploy and operate containerized applications. As you expand your Kubernetes footprint, creating and enforcing consistent configurations and security policies across your growing fleet can create friction. Anthos Config Management (ACM) tackles this by enabling you to set and enforce …

One of the main reasons organizations adopt Anthos is to simplify the management of Kubernetes-based applications across a variety of clouds. And now, with our latest release, we’ve made multi-cloud management even easier with the general availability of the Anthos Multi-Cloud API. In addition, in this latest release, Support for Anthos clusters1 running on Azure …

n this blog post I highlight how you can accelerate your application modernization journey by taking advantage of Anthos on bare metal’s support for running on OpenStack. I also introduce the recently published “Deploy Anthos on bare metal on OpenStack” and “Configure the OpenStack Cloud Provider for Kubernetes” guides. I point to different starting points …