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Google Cloud Anthos: Hybrid AI And 5 Other New Features

Google Cloud App Modernization Program (Google CAMP) also debuts as a program designed to fast-track organizations’ application modernization.

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Anthos For Bare Metal

Anthos for bare metal is a deployment option that lets Anthos run on physical servers on premises and at edge locations and telco sites without a hypervisor layer and the associated latency.

“Anthos for bare metal provides a lightweight, cost-effective platform that minimizes unnecessary overhead and opens up new cloud and edge use cases,” Manor said in his blog post. “In fact, Google is itself an early adopter for Anthos for bare metal, working towards using it as a platform to run containers internally for our production workloads.”

Anthos for bare metal lets users run computationally intensive applications such as GPU-based video processing and machine learning in a CapEx- and OpEx-effective manner, Anthos product manager Amr Abdelrazik said in a blog post.

“This means that you can access all the benefits of Anthos -- centralized management, increased flexibility and developer agility -- for your most demanding applications,” he said.

Anthos for bare metal includes built-in networking, lifecycle management, diagnostics, health checks, logging and monitoring, and it supports CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and Ubuntu.

It’s now in beta, which means it can be used without access controls, but it does not come with service-level agreement or technical support obligations.

 
 
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