Migrate directly from VMs, Build, deploy, and optimize apps on GKE, Anthos serverless landing zones and VMs anywhere-simply, flexibly, and securely.
Manage applications anywhere
Anthos is a managed platform for all your application deployments, both traditional as well as cloud native. It enables you to build and manage global fleets and establish operational consistency across them.
Deliver software faster
Bring the benefit of cloud services, containers, and serverless across your deployments and improve developer productivity with easy cloud-native tooling, container migration services, and guidance from Google.
Protect applications and software supply chain
Anthos integrates security into each stage of the application life cycle, from develop to build to run, and automates security and policy management for all your deployments.
Anthos technical overview
An overview of Anthos components and how you can leverage its functionality across your deployments, from infrastructure management to application development.
Kubernetes service documentation
Explore installation guides, how-to’s, concepts, and other resources for hybrid and multicloud Kubernetes service.
Anthos Config Management documentation
Explore quickstarts, how-to’s, concepts, and other resources for Anthos Config Management.
Anthos Service Mesh documentation
See how to get started and dive into other resources for Anthos Service Mesh.
Deploying Kubernetes applications
Deploy a commercial Kubernetes app from Google Cloud Marketplace. Kubernetes apps include container images, kubectl configs, and Helm chart.
Getting started with Migrate to Containers
Explore quickstarts, how-to’s, concepts, and other resources for Migrate to Containers.
Deploy to Cloud Run for Anthos
Learn how to deploy and run a prebuilt sample container on your Google Cloud cluster as a Cloud Run for Anthos service.
Anthos on bare metal documentation
Anthos on bare metal takes advantage of your existing enterprise infrastructure and helps you modernize applications throughout their life cycle.
Configure and test a simple policy in Binary Authorization
View and test the default policy, then configure it to deny the deployment of all container images from Container Registry to Anthos clusters.
Java application modernization consists of three stages: lifting and modernizing suitable applications from running in VMs to running in containers without rewriting any code; deploying containerized applications to Anthos by using modern continuous integration/continuous deployment (CI/CD) practices; and refactoring applications to OSS application stacks, modern frameworks, and microservices over time. Learn more.
Google Cloud basics
Modernize your approaches to application configuration, continuous integration, policy management, and deployment automation with expert guidance from experienced Kubernetes and Google Cloud engineers. Traditional software development and delivery often meant expensive and immobile proprietary tools. Google Cloud's approach uses open source, making it portable and vendor neutral. Learn more.
Google Cloud basics
As your teams standardize on Kubernetes, migrating from existing platforms like Cloud Foundry is often the biggest challenge. Kf was designed to help your teams minimize any disruption to developer workflows during the migration to Anthos. Kf enables a phased migration journey, with the first phase focused on application platform standardization, and the second phase focused on app modernization. Learn more.
Google Cloud basics
Google Cloud basics
|Deploy containerized apps from Google Cloud Marketplace||Kubernetes applications from Google Cloud Marketplace are enterprise-ready containerized solutions with prebuilt deployment templates, featuring portability, simplified licensing, and consolidated billing.|
|Bringing serverless everywhere||Cloud Run for Anthos provides a flexible serverless development platform and allows you to deploy your workloads to Anthos clusters, all with the same consistent experience. Cloud Run for Anthos is Google's managed and fully supported Knative offering, an open source project that supports serverless workloads on Kubernetes.|
|Bringing the power of containers to your existing workloads||Migrate to Containers minimizes the manual effort required to move and convert existing applications into containers. Analyze your entire application portfolio with the Fit Assessment tool. Migrate your current workloads to containers on secure and managed landing zones, including Google Compute Engine, Google Cloud VMware Engine, Google Kubernetes Engine (including Autopilot mode), and Cloud Run.|
|Accelerate adoption of day 2 operations||For day 2 operations, save on labor and costs associated with maintaining, patching, and updating VMs and physical servers by switching to modern CI/CD pipelines, image-based management, and desired-state configuration with Anthos.|
|Toil-free traffic management for your service mesh||Traffic Director is a fully managed traffic control plane for service mesh. With Traffic Director, you can easily deploy global load balancing across clusters and VM instances in multiple regions, offload health checking from service proxies, and configure sophisticated traffic control policies.|
|Monitor, troubleshoot, and improve application performance||Google Cloud's operations suite (formerly Stackdriver) provides visibility into the performance, uptime, and overall health of cloud-powered applications. Collect metrics, logs, and traces across Google Cloud and your applications. Use built-in out-of-the-box dashboards and views to monitor the platform and applications.|
|Eliminate the dependency on hypervisors when modernizing apps||Anthos on bare metal is a deployment option to run Anthos on physical servers, deployed on an operating system provided by you, without a hypervisor layer for better performance. Anthos on bare metal lets you extend Anthos to new scenarios such as edge locations and support for your mission critical applications.|
Anthos Multicloud API enables you to provision and manage GKE clusters running on AWS and Azure infrastructure through a centralized Google Cloud backed control plane. This means that your team can have a consistent experience to create, manage, and update GKE clusters, regardless of which public cloud you're using.
|Anthos for VMs||Anthos for VM in preview, supports development teams that want to standardize on Kubernetes but have existing workloads running on virtual machines that cannot be easily containerized. Anthos for VMs lets you modernize virtual machine workloads with the power of Kubernetes. We also provide a fit assessment tool to identify which of your VMs are the best candidates to Shift or Attach.|