Google Cloud offers a variety of support packages to accommodate your support needs. All Google Cloud Support packages include support for Anthos. If you have an existing Google Cloud Support package, you already have support for Anthos, including GKE, Anthos clusters on VMware, and Anthos Config Management.
For more information, see the Google Cloud Support documentation.
Support for Anthos clusters on VMware
To learn about support for Anthos clusters on VMware, refer to the product's support page.
Support for Anthos clusters on bare metal
To learn about support for Anthos clusters on bare metal, refer to the product's support page.
Support for Anthos Service Mesh
Support for Cloud Run for Anthos
To learn about support for Cloud Run for Anthos, refer to the product's support page.
Support for Anthos attached clusters
Your Google Cloud support includes support for any Anthos components deployed on Anthos attached clusters, though not for the clusters themselves.
Giving Google Cloud Support access to your clusters
When troubleshooting a problem, you may sometimes need to give Google Cloud Support temporary read-only access to cluster snapshot data or to the cluster itself to help triage your issue. Find out how to do this in Giving Google Cloud Support access to your clusters.
Version Support Policy
The objective of this Version Support Policy is to allow customers the flexibility to schedule upgrades when it meets your business needs, while balancing the rapid evolution of both Kubernetes and Anthos.
Google publishes a new major (for example, x in version x.y) or minor (for example, y in version x.y) Anthos release each quarter, with a monthly patch release (for example, z in version x.y.z). Google supports the current and previous two (n-2) minor versions for each Anthos component.
We encourage you to maintain your Anthos environment with the product's latest major or minor release. You can find out about the latest supported versions for each component and how to upgrade in the component's documentation.
This version support policy includes:
- Break/fix support from Google Cloud Support.
- CVE security vulnerabilities to Kubernetes and related components.
- General patches to Kubernetes and related components.
- CVE security vulnerabilities to Ubuntu or Container-Optimized OS.
- General patches to Ubuntu or Container-Optimized OS.