Category: Amazon Elastic Container Registry

How to rapidly scale your application with ALB on EKS (without losing traffic)

To meet user demand, dynamic HTTP-based applications require constant scaling of Kubernetes pods. For applications exposed through Kubernetes ingress objects, the AWS Application Load Balancer (ALB) distributes incoming traffic automatically across the newly scaled replicas. When Kubernetes applications scale down due to a decline in demand, certain situations will result in brief interruptions for end […]

GitOps-driven, multi-Region deployment and failover using EKS and Route 53 Application Recovery Controller

One of the key benefits of the AWS Cloud is it allows customers to go global in minutes, easily deploying an application in multiple Regions around the world with just a few clicks. This means you can provide lower latency and a better experience for your customers at minimal cost while targeting higher availability service-level […]

Preventing Kubernetes misconfigurations using Datree

David Feldstein, Sr. Containers Specialist AWS co-authored with Shimon Tolts, AWS Community Hero, CEO & Co-founder Introduction Kubernetes has taken the world by storm, according to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s (CNCF) Annual Survey of 2021, with 96% of organizations as either using or evaluating Kubernetes. Kubernetes is a production-grade container orchestration platform that […]

Amazon ECR in Multi-Account and Multi-Region Architectures

Amazon ECR in Multi-Account and Multi-Region Architectures

Introduction Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) is a fully managed container registry offering high-performance hosting, so you can reliably deploy application images and artifacts anywhere. It stores container images and artifacts that deploy application workloads across AWS services as well as non-AWS environments. Amazon ECR is a regional service, where each Region in each […]

Read our blog post about policy management in Amazon EKS using jsPolicy.

Policy management in Amazon EKS using jsPolicy

Introduction jsPolicy is an open-source framework for managing validating or mutating admission control policies for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) clusters using JavaScript (or TypeScript), which is similar to the way AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) manages AWS accounts and resource access. It’s also possible to write the entire jsPolicy in a separate file and […]

Read the blog post about architecting for resiliency on AWS App Runner.

Architecting for resiliency on AWS App Runner

AWS App Runner is one of the simplest ways to run your containerized web applications and APIs on AWS. App Runner abstracts away the cloud resources needed for running your web application or API, including load balancers, TLS certificates, auto-scaling, logs, metrics, tracing (such as observability), as well as the underlying compute resources. With App Runner, […]

title: Understanding data transfer costs for AWS container services

Understanding data transfer costs for AWS container services

Overview Data transfer costs can play a significant role in determining the overall design of a system. The Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR), Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) can all incur data transfer charges depending on a variety of factors. It can be difficult to visualize what […]

Container scanning updates in Amazon ECR private registries using Amazon Inspector

We announced a new Amazon Inspector last week at re:Invent 2021 with improved vulnerability management for cloud workloads. Amazon Inspector is a service used by organizations of all sizes to automate security assessment and management at scale. For Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) private registry customers, this announcement brings updates, enhancements, and integrations to […]

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Docker Official Images now available on Amazon Elastic Container Registry Public

Developers building container-based applications can now discover and download Docker Official Images directly from Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) Public. This new capability gives AWS customers a simple and highly available way to pull Docker Official Images, while taking advantage of the generous AWS Free Tier. Customers pulling images from Amazon ECR Public to […]

re:Invent 2021: AWS Containers track

In 2021, re:Invent offers an in-person and virtual conference experience for our attendees. The in-person part of the event will be held in Las Vegas from November 29, 2021 – December 3, 2021. Attendees for the virtual event can register for free and will have access to a subset of the sessions over the virtual […]