Containers

Category: Containers

How to Run ECS Windows Task with group Managed Service Account (gMSA)

Amazon Elastic Container Service(ECS) recently announced gMSA support, and the focus of this blog post is to show you how to deploy a Windows Task with gMSA credentials. Though the main focus is on ECS Task, I will also show you how to set up an AWS managed Active Directory with a gMSA account, and […]

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Announcing the Amazon ECS CLI v2

Amazon ECS released version 1 of the Amazon ECS CLI in 2015. The Amazon ECS CLI simplified the management of your Amazon ECS clusters, tasks, services, and ECR repositories by enabling you to create profiles and cluster configurations with default settings. While many customers have found the Amazon ECS CLI useful, we have received feedback […]

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Scanning images with Trivy in an AWS CodePipeline

This post was contributed by AWS Container Hero, Liz Rice, VP Open Source Engineering at Aqua Security. If you’re working with containers, it’s important to scan your images for known vulnerabilities, so that you don’t deploy code that an attacker can easily exploit. A good way of ensuring that all your deployed images get this […]

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Extending the EKS API: Managed Node Groups

By Raghav Tripathi, Michael Hausenblas, and Nathan Taber From our first conversations with customers, our vision has always been that Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) should provide the best managed Kubernetes experience in the cloud. When we launched EKS, our first step was to provide a managed Kubernetes control plane, but we never intended to stop […]

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A Diagram of the internals of FireLens.

Under the hood: FireLens for Amazon ECS Tasks

Recently, Amazon ECS announced support for custom log routing via FireLens. FireLens makes it easy to use the popular open source logging projects Fluentd and Fluent Bit; enabling you to send logs to a wide array of AWS Services and partner destinations. In this post, I detail how and why we built FireLens. I also […]

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Cost optimization for Kubernetes on AWS

This post was contributed by AWS Container Hero, Casey Lee, Director of Engineering for Liatrio The combination of Amazon EKS for a managed Kubernetes control plane and Amazon EC2 for elastic Kubernetes nodes offers an ideal environment to run containerized workloads. Not only does this enable builders to quickly create their Kubernetes clusters, it also […]

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Help us write a new chapter for Gitops, Kubernetes, and Open Source collaboration

Introduction The Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) team sees the ecosystem around automated software deployment as a technology frontier ripe with potential for groundbreaking innovation. Over the last twenty years, the way in which developers deploy and manage their applications has changed dramatically. Technology improvements in packaging, automation, and virtualization as well as shifts in […]

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Cross Amazon EKS cluster App Mesh using AWS Cloud Map

Overview In this article, we are going to explore how to use AWS App Mesh across Amazon EKS (EKS) clusters. App Mesh is a service mesh that lets you control and monitor services spanning two clusters deployed in the same VPC. We’ll demonstrate this by using two EKS clusters within a VPC and an App […]

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How to Run EKS Windows containers with group Managed Service Accounts (gMSA)

Windows-based networks commonly use Active Directory to facilitate authentication and authorization between users, computers, and other computer network resources. Traditionally, enterprise applications running on Windows platforms use either service accounts or Managed Service Accounts (MSA) for authentication and authorization. The use of service accounts brings with it the overhead of service account password management. In […]

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Using Gloo as an Ingress Gateway for AWS App Mesh

As part of their organization’s digital transformation, more and more customers are electing to use a managed Kubernetes service, like Amazon EKS, as their container-orchestration system of choice to deploy, scale, and manage microservices. As the number of microservices grow within an application, it becomes difficult to pinpoint the exact location of errors, re-route traffic […]

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