Containers

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Introducing Ingress support in AWS App Mesh

AWS App Mesh is a fully managed service mesh that provides application-level networking to make it easy for your services to communicate with each other across multiple types of compute infrastructure. App Mesh standardizes how your services communicate, giving you end-to-end visibility and ensuring high availability for your applications. Until now, App Mesh features have […]

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AWS and Docker collaborate to simplify the developer experience

Developers can now use Docker Compose and Docker Desktop to deploy applications to Amazon ECS If you were to ask any developer who has worked with containers, you find out they have used or are aware of Docker Desktop and the Docker CLI for building applications on their desktop. They’ve also most likely used Docker […]

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Introducing AWS Copilot

The first official command line tool for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) was created in 2015. In December 2019, we shared the preview release of a new command line experience, redesigned from the ground up to make it easier for you to deploy your applications on Amazon ECS. Today, we are sharing some of […]

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Introducing cdk8s+: Intent-driven APIs for Kubernetes objects

At AWS, we’ve been exploring new approaches of making it easier to define Kubernetes applications. Last month, we announced the alpha release of cdk8s, an open-source project that enables you to use general purpose programming languages to synthesize manifests. Today, I would like to tell you about cdk8s+ (cdk8s-plus), which we believe is the natural […]

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How to capture application logs when using Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate

Update 12/05/20: EKS on Fargate now supports capturing applications logs natively. Please see this blog post for details. Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) now allows you to run your applications on AWS Fargate. You can run Kubernetes pods without having to provision and manage EC2 instances. Because Fargate runs every pod in VM-isolated environment, […]

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Set up soft multi-tenancy with Kiosk on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

Introduction Achieving complete isolation between multiple tenants running in the same Kubernetes cluster is impossible today. The reason is because Kubernetes was designed to have a single control plane per cluster and all the tenants running in the cluster, share the same control plane. Hosting multiple tenants in a single cluster brings some advantages, the […]

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Cross account IAM roles for Kubernetes service accounts

With the introduction of IAM roles for services accounts (IRSA), you can create an IAM role specific to your workload’s requirement in Kubernetes. This also enables the security principle of least privilege by creating fine grained roles at a pod level instead of node level. In this blog post, we explore a use case where […]

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Monitoring Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate using Prometheus and Grafana

At AWS, we are continually looking to improve customer experience by reducing complexity. Our customers want to spend more time solving business problems and less time maintaining infrastructure. Two years ago, we launched Amazon EKS to make it easy for you to operate Kubernetes clusters. And last year, at re:Invent 2019, we announced support for […]

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Blue Green Deployments with the ECS External Deployment Controller

Introduction Continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD) are vital practices in modern software development. They streamline the delivery of software to deliver business value quickly. Along with rapid delivery, current business environment also demands near zero down time for their apps. Blue/green deployments offer a solution that not only enables teams to deliver fast, […]

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Save the date: AWS Cloud Containers Conference

The AWS Containers team is hosting the inaugural AWS Cloud Containers Conference (C3), a fully virtual event, solely covering Containers at AWS. The initial event will take place on July 9th from 9:00am – 6:00pm PDT and will be a full day of technical deep dives, demos, and workshops. Attendees can look forward to learning […]

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