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New Guide: Put the Power of Kubernetes to Work On-Premises

By Redapt Marketing | Posted on May 4, 2020 | Posted in Featured, News, Infrastructure, Cloud Engineering, Intel

Staying competitive means achieving two goals: increased productivity and the ability to quickly adapt to the ever-changing market.

For many organizations, Kubernetes is a means to achieve both. 

In our latest guide, The Recipe for Deploying Managed Kubernetes On-Premises, we’ve broken down how you can transform your business by adopting Kubernetes. 

We also go into detail about how tools like Google Anthos—especially when partnered with Dell EMC solutions—can provide you with all the tools you need to successfully manage your Kubernetes workloads on-premises and in the hybrid cloud.

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Here’s a taste of what you’ll find in the guide:

An open hybrid multi-cloud application platform, Google Anthos has been created in order to help enterprises securely modernize, build, and run applications regardless of where that work is being done.

For enterprises looking to adopt a hybrid cloud solution in particular, Anthos delivers a robust suite of tools to help make managing workloads across platforms as painless as possible.

Key elements of Anthos include:

  • Full integration of Kubernetes
  • Single pane of glass visibility to manage applications and the infrastructure that support them
  • The ability to manage those applications on-premises, in the cloud, or via a hybrid solution without the need for new hardware
  • Security and governance tools

It’s important to note that while Anthos is designed to assist in the transition to hybrid multi-cloud platforms, it’s not in itself a strategy to do so. 

Instead, it’s a tool to make utilizing those platforms—and the modern development processes that benefit from them—easier once they’re up and running.

Click here to read the full guide: The Recipe for Deploying Managed Kubernetes On-Premises.