The AWS Container Competency validates and promotes AWS Partners with software products that integrate with AWS services in ways that improve customers’ ability to run workloads on containers on AWS. With the Container Competency’s new Enterprise Container Management category, you can find products that will help manage container infrastructure (networks, load balancers, perimeter security) and containerized workloads (tasks, pods, services, namespaces, quotas) across different environments.
Enterprises are embracing the Kubernetes orchestration platform for their DevOps and CI/CD processes. Amazon EKS makes this transition easy by managing the still relatively new Kubernetes ecosystem and ensuring IT admins can focus on the next area of innovation for their organizations. With the ability to deploy the Juniper cSRX Container Firewall in an Amazon EKS environment, customers can leverage the benefits of the container for protecting their workloads.
Say Hello to 72 New AWS Competency, Service Delivery, Service Ready, and MSP Partners Added in February
We are excited to highlight 72 AWS Partners that received new designations in February for our global AWS Competency, AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP), AWS Service Delivery, and AWS Service Ready programs. These designations span workload, solution, and industry, and help AWS customers identify top AWS Partners that can deliver on core business objectives. AWS Partners are focused on your success, helping customers take full advantage of the business benefits AWS has to offer.
DXC Technology offers a suite of application services to migrate a customer’s application portfolio from a legacy infrastructure to the container management service in the most efficient manner. These services are bundled under DXC’s Applications Containerization as a Service (aCaaS) offering and enable organizations to leverage the seismic shift in application hosting with containerization. Learn how some of the challenges encountered during legacy migration can be successfully mitigated using AWS App2Container.
Kublr is a Kubernetes management platform which accelerates and controls the deployment, scaling, monitoring, and management of Kubernetes clusters. Learn how provisioning and managing Kubernetes clusters across multiple regions can be simplified with Kublr, ensuring quick deployment of a production-ready, operationally mature, multi-region, cloud-native container management platform-based Kubernetes.
As organizations acquire more and more data, the need to effectively store and query the data has become very important. Canvas Glide from LTI is a tool for administering Amazon Redshift’s day-to-day routine tasks. It also helps organizations manage all financial aspects related to cost allocation, chargeback, monitoring, and planning of Amazon Redshift clusters. Learn how Canvas Glide assists administrators to successfully manage their clusters and guides them on common maintenance tasks.
Kubernetes is hardware-agnostic and can work across a wide range of infrastructure platforms, and Kubeflow—the self-described machine learning toolkit for Kubernetes—provides a Kubernetes-native platform for developing and deploying ML systems. Learn how D2iQ Kaptain on AWS directly addresses the challenges of moving ML workloads into production, the steep learning curve for Kubernetes, and the particular difficulties Kubeflow can introduce.
For many companies, budget and time constraints, along with shifting workplace dynamics and lack of skilled developers, prevent them from taking the leap in modernizing their legacy applications. Learn how Wipro is taking a step forward to address these challenges and deliver cloud transformation at scale with the Cloud Native Acceleration Platform (CNAP). It provides self-service and enhanced developer experience to help build both greenfield cloud-native applications and modernize legacy applications.
Thank you for joining us in Las Vegas for AWS re:Invent 2021. We hope you are enjoying all of the educational content and big announcements. If you missed anything from our Global Partner Summit or just want to recap, we have rounded up the most relevant launches, program updates, and educational content available for the AWS Partner community. Reminder that virtual options for re:Invent breakout sessions will be available December 6-10.
Provisioning and Securing Bottlerocket OS-Based Amazon EKS Clusters Using Nirmata Kubernetes Platform
Securing the Kubernetes environment without compromising on developer agility holds the key to success with cloud-native adoption. The Nirmata Kubernetes Platform is designed to address these challenges comprehensively. It’s an open and easy-to-adopt platform to deploy, operate, and optimize Kubernetes workloads on any infrastructure, enabling self-service, segregation of responsibilities, and security and governance controls.