Tag: Amazon EKS

How Grover saves costs with 80% Spot in production using Karpenter with Amazon EKS

This post is co-written with Suraj Nair, Sr. DevOps Engineer at Grover. Introduction Grover is a Berlin based global leader in technology rentals, enabling people and empowering businesses to subscribe to tech products monthly instead of buying them. As a pioneer in the circular economy, Grover’s business model of renting out and refurbishing tech products results […]

Monitoring Windows pods with Prometheus and Grafana

This post was co-authored by Cezar Guimarães, Sr. Software Engineer, VTEX Introduction Customers across the globe are increasingly adopting Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) to run their Windows workloads. This is a result of customers figuring out that refactoring existing Windows-based applications into an open-source environment, while ideal, is a very complex task. It […]

How VMware Tanzu CloudHealth modernized container workloads from self-managed Kubernetes to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

This post is co-written with Rivlin Pereira, Staff DevOps Engineer at VMware Introduction VMware Tanzu CloudHealth is the cloud cost management platform of choice for more than 20,000 organizations worldwide that rely on it to optimize and govern the largest and most complex multi-cloud environments. In this post, we will talk about how VMware Tanzu […]

Configure Amazon EKS for environmental sustainability

Introduction Sustainable cloud design requires understanding and minimizing the impacts of architectural decisions. With conscientious cloud architecture, we can innovate rapidly while treading lightly on our shared environment. As cloud computing becomes ubiquitous, it’s imperative that we build sustainable cloud architectures that minimize environmental impacts. While cloud economies of scale improve efficiency, our design choices […]

Enabling mTLS with ALB in Amazon EKS

Introduction In today’s interconnected world, communication faces evolving security threats. From sensitive financial transactions in online banking to secure data transmissions in the automobile industry, ensuring trust and authenticity between businesses is becoming more and more critical. This is where Mutual Transport Layer Security (mTLS) can be an option to offer enhanced security through advanced […]

Deep dive into Amazon EKS scalability testing

Introduction The “Elastic” in Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) refers to the ability to “acquire resources as you need them and release resources when you no longer need them”. Amazon EKS should scale to handle almost all workloads but we often hear questions from Amazon EKS customers like: “What is the maximum number of […]

Train Llama2 with AWS Trainium on Amazon EKS

Introduction Generative AI is not only transforming the way businesses function but also accelerating the pace of innovation within the broader AI field. This transformative force is redefining how businesses use technology, equipping them with capabilities to create human-like text, images, code, and audio, which were once considered beyond reach. Generative AI offers a range […]

Amazon EKS now supports Kubernetes version 1.29

Introduction The Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) team is pleased to announce support for Kubernetes version 1.29 in Amazon EKS, Amazon EKS Distro, and Amazon EKS Anywhere (v0.19.0). The theme for this version was chosen for the beautiful art form that is Mandala—a symbol of the universe in its perfection. Hence, the fitting release […]

Diving into Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) with Hosted Control Planes (HCP)

Introduction Since its first appearance on AWS in 2015, Red Hat OpenShift has had a similar architecture. Regardless of it being OpenShift 3 or OpenShift 4, self-managed OpenShift Container Platform (OCP), or managed ROSA. All this time customers query the Control Plane existing within their AWS account and explore getting the most return-on-investment (ROI) to […]

The journey to IPv6 on Amazon EKS: Interoperability scenarios (Part 3)

Introduction So far, in Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog series we covered the foundational aspects of Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) IPv6 clusters and highlighted key patterns for implementing IPv6 to future-proof your networks. Besides configuring your IPv6 Amazon EKS clusters, migration to the world of IPv6 involves careful infrastructure planning […]