Tag: Migration

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 […]

The journey to IPv6 on Amazon EKS: Implementation patterns (Part 2)

Introduction In Part 1 of this blog series we covered the foundation of Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) IPv6 clusters and the deep integration into the underlying Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) dual-stack IP mode. As customers evaluate their migration strategies to IPv6 to harness the benefits of scale and simplicity, they need […]

The Journey to IPv6 on Amazon EKS: Foundation (Part 1)

Introduction Scaling Kubernetes networking is key to addressing the growth of services and future-proofing infrastructure as the digital landscape continues to evolve. The need for a unique IP address per pod intersects with the challenges of limited IPv4 address space. The finite pool of available IPv4 addresses often forces Kubernetes cluster administrators to use alternatives […]

Accelerating feature delivery and improving reliability for a semi-stateful, memory-bound workload

This blog post was co-written by William Ho, Software Engineer, Airtable. Introduction Airtable is a connected applications platform that lets teams and enterprises build flexible interfaces and compose automations on top of their key data. Airtable provides so much flexibility that customers use Airtable for the most critical workflows across their organization. Today, half of […]

How Telkomsel migrated MyOrbit applications to Amazon EKS

This post was created in collaboration with Lutfi Ichsan Effendi, IT Cloud engineer at Telkomsel. Introduction About Telkomsel Telkomsel is a leading digital telecommunication company in Indonesia. Established in 1995, Telkomsel currently has 151 million subscribers with more than 121 million mobile data users. Telkomsel has multiple services from Digital Connectivity, Digital Platform, as well […]

Migrate and modernize IBM Maximo with AWS and Red Hat

This post was co-authored by Eric Libow, CTO, Asset Management Solutions, Sustainability Software, IBM, Balaji Santhanakrishnan Global Technical Sales Leader, Sustainability Software, IBM, Tommy Hamilton, App Platform Sales Specialist, Red Hat and Andy Grimes, Emerging Sales Specialist, Red Hat  Introduction IBM Maximo has been a leading enterprise asset management solution in the industry for four […]

All you need to know about moving to containerd on Amazon EKS

Introduction The dockershim, an application programming interface (API) shim between the kubelet and the Docker Engine, deprecated from Kubernetes 1.24 in favor of supporting Container Runtime Interface (CRI) compatible runtimes. Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) also ended support of the dockershim starting with the Kubernetes version 1.24 release. The official EKS Amazon Machine Images(AMI) […]

How Condé Nast modernized its container platform on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

This post was co-written with Emily Atkinson, Senior Engineering Manager at Condé Nast. About Condé Nast Condé Nast is a global media company home to iconic brands including Vogue, GQ, AD, Condé Nast Traveler, Vanity Fair, Wired, The New Yorker, Glamour, Allure, Bon Appétit, Self and many more. In 2014, Condé Nast started their journey in […]

Tradeshift’s migration to Amazon EKS without downtime using Linkerd

This post was co-written by Ricardo Amato, Staff DevOps Engineer at Tradeshift, and Andreas Lindh, Specialist Solutions Architect, Containers at AWS. Introduction Tradeshift is a cloud-based business network and platform, which has run our applications in AWS using self-hosted Kubernetes for a number of years. In 2022, a decision was made to migrate from the […]