Containers

Tag: console

New look for Amazon ECS in the AWS Management Console

Recently we launched a new look and experience for Amazon ECS in the AWS Management Console. Since its launch in 2014, Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) has served as a simple way for customers to run production grade container workloads on AWS. Customers such as Disney+, Vanguard, Okta, Fidelity, and UbiSoft trust Amazon ECS […]

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Improved Amazon EKS console for cluster creation and management

We recently announced an updated Amazon EKS console experience to create clusters, management, and supporting documentation. In this blog post, we dive into the updates we have made and how they aim to help our customers and cluster administrators when creating clusters using the Amazon EKS console. 1. Multi-step cluster create flow EKS now includes […]

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Extending the EKS API: Managed Node Groups

By Raghav Tripathi, Michael Hausenblas, and Nathan Taber From our first conversations with customers, our vision has always been that Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) should provide the best managed Kubernetes experience in the cloud. When we launched EKS, our first step was to provide a managed Kubernetes control plane, but we never intended to stop […]

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