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Tag: Kubernetes

Amazon ECS Resource and Cost Allocation Made Easy with CloudHealth Container Module

Leading organizations around the world are using CloudHealth to understand what’s driving the cost of their Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, and Mesos clusters. CloudHealth Container Module enables users to customize what and how to report on container usage and costs. Starting at the cluster level, it’s useful to compare the amount of resources allocated to container tasks to the available capacity of the cluster. In this post, we discuss how CloudHealth’s support for Amazon ECS helps you understand your AWS resource usage and cost.

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Pulumi_AWS Solutions

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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JFrog_AWS Solutions

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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How to Build a Secure-by-Default Kubernetes Cluster with Basic CI/CD Pipeline on AWS

Kubernetes is an open-source platform to automate deploying, scaling, and operating application containers. But in itself, Kubernetes is not enough to achieve this goal. To fully empower our engineers, we need to build a CI/CD pipeline around Kubernetes. Using this tutorial from APN Partner Slalom Consulting, we have built a Kubernetes cluster with a good set of security defaults and then wrapped a simple CI/CD pipeline around it.

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Tigera_AWS Solutions

Turnkey Network Security and Continuous Compliance for Your Amazon EKS Cluster

While a managed Kubernetes offering provides a tremendous business advantage for time-to-market when deploying new applications, customers still need to think about securing their applications. In this post, we explore how APN Advanced Technology Partner Tigera and their Tigera Secure Cloud Edition (CE) helps ensure your containerized applications running in Kubernetes are secure and auditable.

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AWS Operations

New Features in AWS Service Broker for OpenShift and Kubernetes

The AWS Service Broker is an open source project that allows native AWS services to be exposed directly through application platforms, such as Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Developers are able to provision and expose AWS through the Service Catalog, CLI, or API without needing to interact with the AWS console, or without having extensive knowledge of AWS. In response to customer feedback, we have added new features to AWS Service Broker for OpenShift and Kubernetes.

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AWS Cloud Practitioner

CoreOS and Ticketmaster Bring AWS Application Load Balancer Support to Kubernetes

By Brandon Chavis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Kubernetes continues to grow in popularity on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, and as with any popular tool or service, customers tend to identify areas where Kubernetes and AWS services can be better integrated. APN Partner CoreOS, the self-driving infrastructure company, lives at the forefront of […]

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