Integration & Automation

Simplify integration of your Amazon EKS cluster with Amazon EKS Blueprints for CDK

Learn how to use Amazon EKS Blueprints for CDK to simplify integration of common tooling and provisioning of complete, opinionated EKS clusters that meet specific application requirements. This solution is designed to replace the deprecated Amazon EKS Quick Start.

Create AMIs with AWS CodePipeline

One way to alleviate the pain of drift in your Amazon Web Services (AWS) workloads is to use a GitOps workflow to automate Amazon Machine Image (AMI) builds with AWS CodePipeline. In this post, we show you how to deploy a continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, managed by CodePipeline, to build AMIs.

Automate prework to save time deploying an Amazon EKS Kubernetes cluster

Discover a solution for automating Amazon EKS cluster prework using a sample AWS CloudFormation template. We combine this template with a Kubernetes cluster created with the Modular and Scalable Amazon EKS Architecture on AWS solution.

Manage multiaccount and multi-Region infrastructure in Terraform using AWS Cloud9

Learn how to reduce the use of managing secret and access keys and quickly deploy all the resources. Use version control to track all changes and enable better control in a multiaccount infrastructure.

Save time with automated security checks of your Terraform scripts

Learn how to integrate Checkov into CodePipeline with fully automated pre-deployment compliance checks of your Terraform scripts, including built-in notifications. Our solution provides an end-to-end, automated CI/CD pipeline that allows you to stay compliant with AWS best-practices with minimal operational overhead.

Reduce costs with an ephemeral Amazon FSx for Lustre file system

Create an ephemeral Amazon FSx for Lustre file system that’s active on an as-needed basis, allowing you to pay for services only when the system is used. With the file system running only when needed, you can still benefit from a powerful system with fast processing speeds without the high costs associated with a continuously running implementation.