Containers

Tag: Kubernetes

How to build container images with Amazon EKS on Fargate

This post was contributed by Re Alvarez Parmar and Olly Pomeroy Containers help developers simplify the way they package, distribute, and deploy their applications. Developers package their code into a container image that includes the application code, libraries, and any other dependencies. This image can be used to deploy the containerized application on any compatible […]

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Fluent Bit Integration in CloudWatch Container Insights for EKS

Ugur KIRA, Dejun Hu, TP Kohli CloudWatch Container Insights CloudWatch Container Insights enables you to explore, analyze, and visualize your container metrics, Prometheus metrics, application logs, and performance log events through automated dashboards in the CloudWatch console. These dashboards summarize the performance and availability of clusters, nodes or EC2 instances, services, tasks, pods, and containers […]

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Turbocharging EKS networking with Bottlerocket, Calico, and eBPF

This post is co-authored by Alex Pollitt, Co-founder and CTO at Tigera, Inc. Recently Amazon announced support for Bottlerocket on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). Bottlerocket is an open source Linux distribution built by Amazon to run containers focused on security, operations, and manageability at scale. You can learn more about Bottlerocket in this […]

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High level architecture

Ship and visualize your Istio virtual service traces with AWS X-Ray

AWS X-Ray is a managed distributed tracing system that helps customers gain end-to-end visibility of requests and provides rich visualization of connected services. This post will show how customers can integrate AWS X-Ray as a backend for Zipkin traces generated from services in a Istio service mesh.

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Running microservices in Amazon EKS with AWS App Mesh and Kong

This post was created in collaboration with Claudio Acquaviva, Solution Engineer, Kong, and Morgan Davies, Kong Alliances. A service mesh is transparent infrastructure layer that has become a common architectural pattern for intra-service communication. By combining Amazon EKS and AWS App Mesh, you form a powerful platform for your microservices, addressing technical requirements that occur […]

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AWS Step Functions state machine

Introducing AWS Step Functions integration with Amazon EKS

This is my first post on AWS Container Blog since I joined AWS and I could not be more excited to talk about two technologies now working together: Serverless and Kubernetes, or more specifically AWS Step Functions and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service. In my previous role, I envisioned to build a web application that would […]

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Fluent Bit for Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate is here

Akshay Ram, Prithvi Ramesh, Michael Hausenblas In issue 701 of our containers roadmap we discussed supporting our CNCF Fluent Bit-based log router in the context of EKS on Fargate. In this blog post we provide you context on this new feature and walk you through the usage of it, shipping logs directly to CloudWatch with […]

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Introducing the new Amazon EKS console

Since its launch at re:Invent 2017, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) has rapidly evolved to meet the needs of production Kubernetes users. Customers such as Intel, Snap, Intuit, GoDaddy, and Autodesk trust Amazon EKS to run their most sensitive and mission critical applications because of its security, reliability, and scalability. One thing missing from Amazon […]

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Introducing Amazon EKS add-ons: lifecycle management for Kubernetes operational software

From the start, our goal with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) has been to build a fully managed service that makes it easy for you to run Kubernetes on AWS without needing to be an expert in managing Kubernetes clusters. When Amazon EKS first launched, that meant a fully managed Kubernetes control plane. In […]

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Implementing Runtime security in Amazon EKS using CNCF Falco

Many organisations are in the process of migrating their applications to containers. Containers provide application-level dependency management, speedy launches, and support immutability. This can help reduce costs, increase velocity, and improve on efficiency. For securely managing the container lifecycle, container image hardening, and end-to-end security checks are critical factors. Containers need to be secured by […]

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