Containers

Category: Containers

How to build your containers for ARM and save with Graviton and Spot instances on Amazon ECS

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) is a fully managed container orchestration service that enables you to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications. For the underlying compute capacity of an Amazon ECS cluster, customers can choose between different types and sizes of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. For many years, machines based on […]

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Announcing the general availability of cdk8s and support for Go

The CDK8s project is excited to announce General Availability and support for the Go programming language. CDK8s, a CNCF Sandbox project, is an open-source software development framework for defining Kubernetes applications using general-purpose programming languages. The output of a CDK8s program is Kubernetes YAML that you can apply directly to any cluster. To learn more […]

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Amazon ECS Anywhere Overview

Running GPU-based container applications with Amazon ECS Anywhere

Tens of thousands of customers have already migrated their on-premises workloads to the cloud for the past decade, however we’ve also seen a number of workloads that are not simply able to move to the cloud. Rather, those workloads are needed to remain on-premise due to data residency, network latency, regulatory, or compliance considerations. Back […]

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Example Builder concepts

Creating container images with Cloud Native Buildpacks using AWS CodeBuild and AWS CodePipeline

Organizations using Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), or other container orchestrators all face the same hurdle to getting up and running quickly: how do teams effectively package their application source code in a container image with speed and efficiency? This journey from “source to image” can challenge organizations […]

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Running Adobe ColdFusion applications on Amazon ECS with blue/green deployments

Introduction Adobe ColdFusion is a web development tool that gives developers the ability to develop and deploy cloud-native applications with ease. In this post, we will demonstrate how you can run your Adobe ColdFusion applications on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS)  with AWS Fargate, as well as, use AWS CodeDeploy to perform blue/green deployments. By containerizing your web […]

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Using Amazon ECR replication rules to optimize your application delivery process

Last year, we released cross region replication (CRR) in Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) to allow you to configure the replication for your private registry across different regions and accounts. This allowed our customers to focus on applications and value to their organizations , leaving the undifferentiated heavy lifting to AWS to manage replication […]

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Container Insights for Amazon EKS Support AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry Collector

CloudWatch Container Insights collects, aggregates, and summarizes metrics from your containerized applications and microservices. Metrics are collected as log events using embedded metric format, which enables high-cardinality data to be ingested and stored in designated CW log groups at scale. Amazon CloudWatch then uses those embedded metrics to create the aggregated CloudWatch metrics from the […]

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How to automate Amazon EKS preventative controls in CI/CD using CDK and OPA/Conftest

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (Amazon EKS) is a fully managed service that helps customers run their Kubernetes clusters at scale by minimizing the efforts required to operate a Kubernetes control plane. AWS customers are accelerating EKS adoption to run large-scale Kubernetes workloads. As a result, customers are facing challenges to enforce security policies at scale […]

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Connect any Kubernetes cluster to Amazon EKS

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) now allows you to connect any Kubernetes cluster to AWS and visualize it in Amazon EKS via the AWS Management Console. You can connect any Kubernetes cluster, including Amazon EKS Anywhere clusters running on-premises, self-managed clusters on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), and other Kubernetes clusters running outside […]

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