AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

D2iQ-AWS-Partners

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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Serverless Containers are the Future of Container Infrastructure

With the shift to containers and serverless solutions, organizations are presented with a unique question: how do you maximize an application’s uptime while maintaining a cost-effective infrastructure at both layers? Keeping availability high by over-provisioning is easy, but it’s also very expensive. As a result, several challenges have arisen on the path to building an optimized, cost-effective, and highly available containerized infrastructure on AWS: pricing, instance sizing, and containers utilization.

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Running Applications on Amazon EKS Using Amazon EC2 Spot Instances with Spotinst Ocean

While implementing a microservices architecture, Kubernetes can be a powerful tool to manage containers. However, if you are just starting out in the Kubernetes ecosystem, it can be hard to get a hang of. This post helps you get started with Amazon EKS to set up a production-ready Kubernetes cluster, and introduces Spotinst Ocean to help manage Amazon EKS clusters and reduce costs by provisioning clusters on Amazon EC2 Spot instances.

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Migrating Containerized Applications to Amazon EKS in Minutes Using XebiaLabs Blueprints

Amazon EKS provides a Kubernetes management infrastructure across Availability Zones so you don’t have to manage a control plane or replace unhealthy control plane nodes. AWS Competency Partner XebiaLabs supports infrastructure provisioning and application deployment for many of the most popular AWS services, including Amazon EKS. They recently introduced a feature called DevOps as Code, which makes it even easier to migrate applications to Amazon EKS infrastructure.

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Deploying a High-Volume Application on AWS with Kubernetes

Learn how Mission Cloud Services helped Your Call Football (YCF) scale their application by building out the infrastructure as code, determining the right instance type for the job, prepping the load balancers, and employing Amazon EKS. By leveraging Kubernetes to optimize the speed and performance of YCF’s cloud environment, the app successfully provides thousands of football fans with a fun, unique, and issue-free gaming experience—all in real-time.

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Driving Continuous Security and Configuration Checks for Amazon EKS with Alcide Advisor

The inherent complexities for running cloud-native applications such as Kubernetes, especially in a multi-cluster environment, are growing. Alcide Advisor creates a snapshot of your cluster’s security and compliance posture with actionable recommendations to ensure no security drifts are detected only in runtime. Alcide Advisor allows DevOps and security teams to discover misplaced secrets or secret access, identify Kubernetes vulnerabilities and perform Amazon EKS cluster checks.

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How to Easily Deploy an Amazon EKS Cluster with Pulumi

Pulumi is a cloud-native development platform for describing, deploying, and managing cloud infrastructure across AWS, Kubernetes, and other cloud platforms. Pulumi offers cloud configuration as software, not just via a declarative language like YAML or JSON, but instead using popular programming languages such as JavaScript/TypeScript and Python. You can use Pulumi to easily deploy Amazon EKS, or to deploy your own custom AWS and Kubernetes-based applications and infrastructure.

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Delivering Software to Amazon EKS with Confidence Using JFrog Artifactory

JFrog, an APN Advanced Technology Partner, is a proud integration partner of Amazon Amazon EKS. In this post, JFrog provides a detailed example of deploying a containerized application to Amazon EKS using JFrog Artifactory as the Kubernetes registry. We also explore how to configure Artifactory as your Kubernetes registry for Amazon EKS by provisioning Artifactory and Amazon EKS, and deploying the Docker images from Artifactory to Amazon EKS.

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