- Build, deploy, and optimize apps anywhere — simple, flexible, and secure
- Suitable for development for hybrid and multi-cloud environments
- Incorporating Google Cloud Managed Services, Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), GKE On-Prem, and the Anthos console to help you build and manage modern hybrid applications across environments.
Benefits of using Google Anthos
Manage Apps Anywhere
Anthos gives you a consistent platform for deploying your applications, both on-premises and in the cloud, and provides centralized service monitoring for all your environments.
Deliver software faster
Build enterprise-grade containerized applications faster with managed Kubernetes in the cloud and on-premises. Create a fast, scalable software distribution pipeline with cloud-based tools and guidance.
Securing software applications and supply chains
Leverage a programmatic, results-focused approach to policy management for applications across environments, while enabling greater awareness and control with a unified view of health and performance. your service rate.
Google Kubernetes Engine
The center of Anthos. Customers can manage distributed infrastructure in on-premises data, Google's cloud, and other cloud platforms using the GKE console.
Users can run this infrastructure on any compatible hardware and the management of the platform will be under the control of Google
GCP Cloud Interconnect
Cloud Interconnect can provide speeds of up to 100Gbps while connecting the data center to the cloud.
Anthos Configuration Management
Anthos Configuration Management allows customers to apply and maintain configurations, right from deployment to network policy and password configuration settings for one or more clusters simultaneously.
Stackdriver brings visibility to Anthos infrastructure and applications. Customers can monitor the status of clusters running in Anthos along with the health of applications deployed in each managed cluster.
Istio Service Mesh
Istio acts as a mesh that connects components of different applications spanning GCP, data centers, and other clouds. It works through seamless integration with software-defined networks such as ACI, Cisco, VMware NSX, and Google's Andromeda.