Containers

Category: Networking & Content Delivery

Using Amazon ECS with NVIDIA GPUs to accelerate drug discovery

Using Amazon ECS with NVIDIA GPUs to accelerate drug discovery

This post was written in collaboration with Neel Patel, Drug Discovery Scientist, Nvidia. Drug discovery is the process through which potential new medicines are identified. It involves a wide range of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry, and pharmacology, as well as computer science. AstraZeneca and NVIDIA collaborated on developing MegaMolBART so the computational drug discovery process […]

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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, […]

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Observability for AWS App Runner VPC networking

With AWS App Runner, you can quickly deploy web applications and APIs at any scale. You can start with your source code or a container image, and App Runner will fully manage all infrastructure, including servers, networking, and load balancing for your application. If you want, App Runner can also configure a deployment pipeline for […]

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Three things to consider when implementing Mutual TLS with AWS App Mesh

Mutual Transport Layer Security (mTLS) is an extension of TLS, where both the client and server leverage X.509 digital certificates to authenticate each other before starting communications. Both parties present certificates to each other and validate the other’s certificate. The key difference from any usual TLS communication is that when using mutual TLS, each client must […]

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Continuous Delivery of Amazon EKS Clusters Using AWS CDK and CDK Pipelines

Customers are looking for ways to automate the deployment of their Amazon EKS clusters across different versions, environments, accounts, and Regions. The deployment of these clusters involves tasks like creating your clusters with desired networking and logging configuration, selecting Amazon EKS add-ons versions, and, once it is ready, deploying other infrastructure components. This post shows […]

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Progressive Delivery using AWS App Mesh and Flagger

In this blog, we will cover how to implement progressive delivery using AWS App Mesh and Flagger. Progressive delivery helps customers release features quickly, decrease deployment risk, and increase deployment safety. Customers already using CI/CD pipelines and following Agile and DevOps practices will greatly benefit by implementing progressive delivery. Customers currently use various tools like Jenkins, […]

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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 […]

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Introducing AWS App Mesh Metrics Extension

Today, we are excited to announce that the AWS App Mesh metrics extension is now generally available. With App Mesh metrics extension, customers can collect, aggregate, and filter App Mesh specific metrics that are meaningful and aid in debugging while benefiting from reduced usage costs. App Mesh metrics extension is available to all customers running […]

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Enabling mTLS in AWS App Mesh using SPIFFE/SPIRE in a multi-account Amazon EKS environment

Over the past few years, companies and organizations have been adopting microservice-based architectures to drive their businesses forward with a rapid pace of innovation. Moving to microservices brings several benefits in terms of modularity and deployment speed, but it also adds additional complexity that requires establishing higher security postures. For distributed applications spanning multiple, potentially […]

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ROSA VPC architecture

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS: private clusters with AWS PrivateLink

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) clusters can be deployed in a few ways, public, private, and private with PrivateLink. Public and private clusters both have the OpenShift cluster accessible to the internet and define whether the application workloads running on OpenShift are private or not. However, there are customers with a requirement for […]

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