Containers

Tag: Terraform

AWS Proton Self-Managed Provisioning

This is part two of two blog posts regarding this release: in this post, we address a second feature that recently launched, which is connecting AWS Proton with a self-managed provisioning workflow. To read part one, where we cover how to author AWS Proton Templates using HashiCorp Configuration Language (HCL) and Terraform, see AWS Proton Terraform […]

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Build and deploy a Spring Boot application to AWS App Runner with a CI/CD pipeline using Terraform

Introduction Spring Boot is a leading open-source framework for building Java-based web applications. It is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible, with minimal configuration. Its opinionated take on production-ready applications makes implementing modern best practices intuitive and easy. AWS App Runner is a fully managed container application service that makes it […]

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Leveraging Amazon EKS managed node group with placement group for low latency critical applications

Our customers have been asking how to host their low-latency applications with high throughput such as stock-trading applications and financial market workloads on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), particularly with the EKS managed node group offering. In this blog post, we introduce the concept of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) placement groups, and […]

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