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Category: Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

Amazon EKS Control Plane Metrics with Prometheus

中文版 – Kubernetes core components provide a rich set of metrics you can use to observe what is happening in the Control Plane. You can see how many watchers are on each resource in the API Server, the number of audit trail events, the latency of the requests to the API Server, and much more. These […]

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Using the FSx for Lustre CSI Driver with Amazon EKS

中文版 – The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is a standard for exposing storage on top of container orchestrators such as Mesos or Kubernetes. CSI gives storage providers like AWS the opportunity to create a thin wrapper which will allow a Kubernetes cluster to automatically provision and manage the entire lifecycle of the storage class. Storage […]

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Observe Your Service Mesh with Kiali

中文版 – Observability in a service mesh gives you details about the topology of your microservices-based application. It tells what microservices are part of the service mesh, how are they connected, how much traffic is routed to them, and other details. This post from Heiko Rupp shows how Kiali can be used to visualize an […]

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Deploying AWS Lambda-Compatible Functions in Amazon EKS using TriggerMesh KLR

中文版 – Custom AWS Lambda Runtimes were introduced at re:Invent 2018. Knative is an open source project to build, deploy, and manage serverless workloads. This post by Sebastien Goasguen explains that TriggerMesh’s Knative Lambda Runtime is a custom runtime that can run a Lambda function on Knative running on an Amazon EKS cluster. –Arun AWS […]

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Managing Amazon EKS Clusters with Rancher

中文版 – Rancher is a popular open-source tool used by many organizations to manage Kubernetes clusters. Rancher has extended support for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). With this capability, Rancher users no longer need to directly manage their own Kubernetes clusters on AWS. Using Amazon EKS with Rancher combines the ease of […]

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Using Open Policy Agent on Amazon EKS

中文版 – Open Policy Agent (OPA) is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) sandbox project designed to help you implement automated policies around pretty much anything, similar to the way the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) works. With OPA, you can write a very slimmed-down policy using a language called rego which is based […]

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Demystifying ENTRYPOINT and CMD in Docker

中文版 – As you begin your Docker container creation journey, you might find yourself faced with a puzzling question: Should your Dockerfile contain an ENTRYPOINT instruction, a CMD instruction, or both? In this post, I discuss the differences between the two in detail, and explain how best to use them in various use cases you […]

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Top Posts of 2018

中文版 It’s that Top Ten time of year, and I thought you might find it interesting to know which of the posts on the AWS Open Source blog have been the most popular in 2018. 1. Introducing Amazon Corretto, a No-Cost Distribution of OpenJDK with Long-Term Support by Arun Gupta, Nov 14 No surprise that […]

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KubeCon Seattle 2018 Recap

中文版 With 8,000 attendees in person and 2,000 on the waitlist, this was the biggest KubeCon ever. Amazon Web Services was a Diamond sponsor, and this was another great opportunity to meet our customers on the exhibitor floor, in the hallways, in the social events, and throughout the conference. There were a number of hot […]

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Using Kubernetes Service Catalog and AWS Service Broker on EKS

中文版 In a previous post we discussed using the AWS Service Broker on Kubernetes. A lot has changed since then: EKS is now available, and the Service Broker has evolved significantly, so we thought it would be good to revisit the topic with a focus on EKS. If you are a Kubernetes user, you may […]

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