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The explanatory and conceptual guides in this section provide a better understanding of Anbox Cloud and enable you to get the most out of it.

Anbox Cloud: Architecture and components

Understand the underlying architecture of Anbox Cloud, its variants and how the different components of Anbox Cloud relate to each other

Guides What they explain
Anbox Cloud Differences between Anbox Cloud and the Anbox Cloud Appliance, explanation about the components and architecture of the offering
AMS The Anbox Management Service (AMS) and how it handles aspects of the application and life cycle of an instance
AAR The Anbox Application Registry (AAR) and what it does
Application streaming Architecture of the Streaming Stack and supported video codecs
Rendering architecture Different rendering pipelines for supported GPUs

Working with Anbox Cloud

Understand the different objects used in the product stack and how to use them to tune the performance of Anbox Cloud.

Guides What they explain
Applications Application requirements and the application bootstrap process
Instances Learn about an instance and its life cycle
Platforms Configuring supported platforms
Clustering Clustering and managing the load over multiple machines
Performance Aspects that are relevant for tuning the performance of Anbox Cloud

Deploying Anbox Cloud

Understand deployment configurations to plan your deployment.

Guides What they explain
Production planning Aspects to consider for best results when you are planning a production deployment
Capacity planning How to estimate the required capacity for your Anbox Cloud deployment
GPUs and instances How to manage GPUs and make them available to instances
Security Important aspects to keep your Anbox Cloud deployment secure

Also check out the Tutorials for step-by-step instructions that help you get familiar with Anbox Cloud, the How-to guides for instructions on how to achieve specific goals when using Anbox Cloud and the Reference section for reference material.

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