Containers

Category: Announcements

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 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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Introducing CDK for Kubernetes

At AWS, we’ve seen customers rapidly adopt Kubernetes to deploy applications globally, train machine learning models at scale, and standardize how they deliver innovation across data centers and the cloud. Using Kubernetes, customers are building automated tooling to replace manual processes, implementing operational pipelines for every piece of their infrastructure, and empowering development teams with […]

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Upcoming Changes to IP Assignment for EKS Managed Node Groups

When using Amazon EKS, all nodes need the ability to connect to the EKS-hosted Kubernetes cluster and to other AWS APIs such as Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) or Amazon S3. Nodes can run in private or public subnets. For private subnets, this traffic typically routes through an AWS PrivateLink connection to reach endpoints within […]

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