Containerize on-premises applications and be cloud-ready
Anthos deployed on VMware lets you take advantage of Kubernetes and cloud technology in your data center. You get Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) experience with quick, managed, and simple installs as well as upgrades validated by Google. And Google Cloud Console gives you a single pane of glass view for managing your clusters across on-premises and cloud environments.
Consistent Kubernetes experience
Keep your environments in sync with the same Kubernetes version, OS, runtime, and add-ons between Anthos deployed on VMware in your on-premises environment and in the cloud.
Secured Kubernetes clusters
Always stay up to date with the latest Kubernetes versions and security patches tested and validated by Google. Upgrade with confidence with zero downtime.
Centralized multi-cluster management
Monitor, manage, and enforce policies across all your Kubernetes Engine clusters, whether in the cloud or on-premises, from Google Cloud Console.
Identity and access management
Control access to your cluster using Cloud Identity or your on-premises identity provider.
Connect your on-premises cluster securely to Google Cloud Platform without the need for complicated VPNs.
Security and compliance
Anthos deployed on VMware has a fully integrated stack of hardened components, including OS, container runtime, Kubernetes, and the cloud to which it connects.
Integrated logging and monitoring
Stateful application support
Anthos deployed on VMware isn’t just for 12-factor apps. You can attach persistent storage to containers and even host complete databases.
Fast, consistent builds
Use Google Cloud Build to reliably deploy your containers to any Kubernetes Engine cluster, cloud, or on-premises.
Workload portability, on-premises and cloud
Anthos deployed on VMware runs conformant Kubernetes, enabling workload portability to other Kubernetes platforms across clouds and on-premises.
GCP Console offers useful dashboards for your project's clusters and their resources. You can use these dashboards to view, inspect, manage, and delete resources in your clusters.
Build and manage modern hybrid applications on existing VMware environments.