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.
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.
Learn how to manage credentials with many accounts, automate IAM credential reports, and consolidate the results.
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.
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.
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.
Have you created permission sets and assigned them to AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) groups in AWS Organizations? Have you used existing corporate identities with AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS Single Sign-On) to grant Active Directory groups access to AWS accounts and applications? Save time and minimize errors by managing permission sets automatically with a continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipeline built with AWS developer tools.
Are your infrastructure as code (IaC) Terraform deployments on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud protected against drift? IaC drift, which can leave your data and resources exposed to security risks, is especially difficult to track down and remove in an environment that spans multiple AWS accounts and AWS Regions. You can do it though, and in this post we show you how.
AWS collaborated with the Pacific Science Center (PacSci) in Seattle to build a customized light display in the iconic arches of PacSci’s Seattle Center campus. This post will show you how to deploy the PacSci automated sports data polling system for your use.
Learn how to change the name of a CloudFormation stack without deleting the resources that it manages. In the walkthrough, which uses a simple architecture with a single resource, a virtual private cloud (VPC), you add a Retain attribute to the resource’s deletion policy so that the resource isn’t lost when that stack is deleted.