. https://www.networkworld.com/article/3342167/google-on-premises-kubernetes-solution-enters-beta.html
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Google this week announced the beta version of its Cloud Services Platform, an on-premises software product that allows enterprises to deploy Google’s Kubernetes Engine inside their own data centers.Google announced CSP last July at its Cloud Next conference. Enterprises can build an in-house duplicate of Google’s cloud service to deploy Kubernetes containers to build, test, and deploy, and then move parts or all of it to the public Google cloud, all while managing it with centralized software. If that sounds familiar, it’s because the competition have similar products. Microsoft has Azure Stack, which lets you run a complete replica of Azure in your own data center and allows you to move apps and services in between your data center and Azure. It has considerable support, too, with Dell EMC, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco, and Lenovo all selling it. Amazon Web Services (AWS), the pure cloud play, is just now getting the on-prem religion. It recently announced Outposts, a fully managed, AWS hardware configuration that will let customers run AWS compute and storage services on-premises and have full integration with the AWS public cloud. READ MORE