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The 10 Hottest Enterprise Cloud Services Of 2020 (So Far)

Here are the 10 most impressive cloud services of the year so far, including new offerings from AWS, Google Cloud, HPE and Microsoft Azure.

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Anthos On AWS

Google Cloud added to the capabilities of its hybrid and multi-cloud Anthos platform in April with the general availability of Anthos on AWS, which allows customers to run workloads on rival AWS’ cloud.

The news came approximately one year after Google Cloud unveiled the Kubernetes-based Anthos at its Next ’19 conference in San Francisco. Anthos allows customers to build and manage applications across environments -- in their on-premises data centers, on Google Cloud and on rival third-party clouds. Anthos on Microsoft Azure, meanwhile, is being tested with customers.

Google Cloud also announced deeper Anthos support for virtual machines (VMs) with Anthos Config Management, which allows users to extend Anthos’ management framework to the types of workloads that make up the majority of existing systems, according to Jennifer Lin, Google Cloud’s vice president of product management.

Google Cloud is working on Anthos Service Mesh support for applications running in VMs, so customers can consistently manage security and policy across different workloads in Google Cloud, on-premises and in other clouds, according to Lin.

Later this year, Google Cloud plans to give customers the ability to run Anthos with no third-party hypervisor, “delivering even better performance, further reducing costs and eliminating the management overhead of yet another vendor relationship,” Lin wrote in a blog post in April.

Google Cloud and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) last month also made generally available HPE GreenLake for Anthos, a new service that combines Google Cloud’s container hosting and management in hybrid and multi-cloud environments with HPE’s on-premises architecture.

 
 
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