AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

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Automatically Visualize and Monitor Applications on Amazon EKS with Instana

The shift from a traditional Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to microservices running on Kubernetes has given rise to a new set of challenges. To avoid blind spots, engineers need visibility into the dependencies between different microservices at the individual request level. Learn how Instana has fully automated the installation of the monitoring agent into Kubernetes, and how it helps monitor containerized workloads in Amazon EKS.

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Hosting Rapidly Scaling Video Applications on Amazon EKS Clusters

Synamedia helps service and content providers around the world deliver, protect, and monetize video content so they can win in the age of infinite entertainment. To replace its self-managed Kubernetes cluster running directly on Amazon EC2 instances, Synamedia selected Amazon Amazon EKS for its Infinite Platform product. Learn how EKS and other elastic technologies from AWS maintain a consistently responsive user experience despite frequent spikes of 5x the traffic in a matter of minutes.

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Deploying DevSecOps on Amazon EKS with Aqua Security – Part 2

Aqua Security was built to redefine security and help you address the security skills gap in a rapidly evolving cloud-native landscape, automating security controls at the speed of DevOps. Unlike traditional security, cloud-native security cannot adopt a one-size-fits-all approach. It has to be seamlessly integrated with the existing processes, organizational culture as well as the technology. Learn how to implement a DevSecOps pipeline using AWS CodePipeline and Aqua Platform.

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Modernize Your CI/CD Pipeline Using Jenkins X with Amazon EKS

At a time when software delivery speed matters more than ever, teams need a toolchain that allows them to build and deploy rapidly while realizing the cost savings of open source technologies. CloudBees is a provider of Jenkins-based CI/CD solutions (Jenkins X) that meet the security, scalability, and manageability needs of on-premises and cloud environments. Learn how to combine Amazon EKS with Jenkins X to establish a Kubernetes-native CI/CD process.

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Getting Started with Bottlerocket and Certified AWS Partners

Bottlerocket is an open source Linux-based OS purpose-built for hosting containers, and APN Partners and AWS customers can quickly get up and running with Bottlerocket. Our goal is to continue to enhance the capabilities of our APN Partners by working together to incorporate it within their offerings and services, so that our mutual customers benefit from the reduced footprint, improved security, performance, and automation capabilities of the OS.

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Secure and Flexible Self-Service Analytics with Cloudera Data Warehouse and Amazon EKS

The demands of modern data warehousing spans analysis across all data—those that originate from traditional backend business systems to those that come from sensors at the edge. Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) delivers powerful self-service analytics across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, along with sophisticated and granular security and governance policies that IT and data leaders demand.

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Deploying DevSecOps on Amazon EKS with Aqua Security — Part 1

Customers running their microservices-based applications on Amazon EKS come to Aqua Security looking for guidance about architecting end-to-end CI/CD pipelines using DevSecOps principles. Sometimes called security as code, DevSecOps integrates security best practices into a DevOps pipeline instead of bolting them on at the end. Aqua Security has formulated a security portfolio that provides coverage throughout the application development lifecycle while also securing the underlying infrastructure.

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Managing Kubernetes Clusters in Hybrid Cloud Environments with Amazon EKS and D2iQ Kommander

Though containers vastly simplify the distribution of applications, Kubernetes ecosystems are so powerful that they, in turn, can become complex. This is particularly true in hybrid cloud environments. D2iQ Kommander simplifies Kubernetes container management, including governance, workload configuration, and life cycles. You can set up Kommander on Amazon EKS to manage your Kubernetes clusters across a broad range of cloud and on-premises environments.

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How to Visualize and Monitor Your AWS Container Fleet with Datadog

To fully leverage the versatility and scalability of containers, you need a monitoring solution capable of providing clarity into a highly dynamic environment comprising thousands (or even tens of thousands) of ephemeral containers. Learn how Datadog provides visibility into dynamic, ephemeral container workloads running on Amazon EKS, a service that makes it easy for you to run Kubernetes on AWS without needing to install and operate your own Kubernetes clusters.

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Monitoring Kubernetes Environments with AWS and New Relic’s Cluster Explorer

Kubernetes provides development teams with the tools and capabilities they need to deliver real customer value in far shorter time than more traditional architectures. Operating Kubernetes environments at scale, however, becomes more complex and requires special focus on monitoring for performance and health. Explore the challenges of monitoring Kubernetes environments at scale, and learn how to implement monitoring with the New Relic Cluster Explorer that’s included with the Kubernetes integration.

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