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Your colleagues in IT operations talk about needing a platform that can run a wide variety of apps: new or existing, running on Linux or Windows, long-running or serverless, capable of rapidly scaling up and down according to demand. Anthos is Google Cloud’s answer to these requirements for hybrid and multi-cloud. With Anthos, you not …

At Google Cloud, we believe that effective integration of public cloud capabilities is fundamental to an enterprise’s digital transformation journey. A well-designed digital transformation strategy should do much more than keep you competitive… instead, it should position you to excel by untethering IT staff from low value, labor-intensive tasks, allowing them to focus on innovation …

Building microservices on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) provides you with maximum flexibility to build your applications, while still benefiting from the scale and toolset that Google Cloud has to offer. But with great flexibility comes great responsibility. Orchestrating microservices can be difficult, requiring non-trivial implementation, customization, and maintenance of messaging systems. Cloud Run for Anthos …

Migrating to the cloud for an enterprise that has been running workloads on premises for years can be very daunting. To be successful, a migration plan needs to factor in many different aspects relating to people, process and technology. If you are designing the migration, you need guidance and best practices to help steer you …

Enterprises run applications in a variety of locations—in their data centers, in a cloud, in our cloud—and want the freedom to keep them there (or move them down the road)—in response to any number of factors. Those factors can include cost, uptime, compliance requirements, latency considerations, or proximity to other services, just to name a …

Let’s face it: bringing workloads to the public cloud isn’t always easy. And if you want to take full advantage of the elasticity, economics and innovation of the cloud, you usually have to write a new application. But that isn’t always an option, especially for existing applications, which may be from a third-party or written …

Whether your organization is scaling up to meet a sudden surge in demand or scaling down to manage costs, business continuity has never been more important. And in a climate where IT needs are rapidly changing, driven by evolving customer demands, business continuity means so much more than having the right a backup and disaster …

Google Cloud announced that the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU)—an organization within the Department of Defense (DoD) focused on scaling commercial technology across the DoD—has chosen Google Cloud to build a secure cloud management solution to detect, protect against, and respond to cyber threats worldwide. The multi-cloud solution will be built on Anthos, allowing DIU to run …

Adopting containers and Kubernetes means adopting new ways of doing things, not least of which is how you configure and maintain your resources. As a declarative system, Kubernetes allows you to express your intent for a given resource, and then creates and updates those resources using continuous reconciliation. Compared with imperative configuration approaches, Kubernetes-style declarative config …

Temenos, the banking software company and Google Cloud announced a global, strategic partnership to help financial services organizations run mission-critical banking software and applications on Google Cloud, create profitable business models, and improve and differentiate their customer experiences. The two companies began collaborating in 2019 to integrate Temenos cloud-native, cloud-agnostic software into Google Cloud and …