AWS Open Source Blog

Category: Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

Demystifying ENTRYPOINT and CMD in Docker

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 might encounter. […]

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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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Announcing EKS Support in mu

中文版 Getting started with application development on Amazon EKS can require you to create the Kubernetes cluster, code repos, and configure deployment pipelines to continuously push code changes to the cluster. In this post, Casey Lee of Stelligent shows how mu, an open source tool, can be used to simplify the declaration and administration of […]

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AWS at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018

中文版 KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2018 is shaping up to be the largest gathering of the cloud native open source community in 2018. Besides being in our hometown of Seattle, KubeCon is a great opportunity to learn about the latest technologies and techniques for building modern, cloud native applications. AWS will be at KubeCon […]

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Kubernetes Ingress with AWS ALB Ingress Controller

中文版 – Kubernetes Ingress is an api object that allows you manage external (or) internal HTTP[s] access to Kubernetes services running in a cluster. Amazon Elastic Load Balancing Application Load Balancer (ALB) is a popular AWS service that load balances incoming traffic at the application layer (layer 7) across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances, […]

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Continuous Delivery with Amazon EKS and Jenkins X

中文版 Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) provides a container orchestration platform for building and deploying modern cloud applications using Kubernetes. Jenkins X is built on Kubernetes to provide automated CI/CD for such applications. Together, Amazon EKS and Jenkins X provide a continuous delivery platform that allows developers to focus on their applications. […]

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Open Network User Group (ONUG) Fall Conference

中文版 The Open Network User Group (ONUG) is an influential end-user organization that drives the creation and adoption of open standards in networking, cloud, and related technologies. Earlier in 2018, AWS joined ONUG, and Adrian Cockcroft spoke at the spring ONUG event in San Francisco. We will soon be sponsoring the fall ONUG event in […]

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AWS Service Operator for Kubernetes Now Available 🚀

The AWS Service Operator is an open source project in developer preview which allows to you manage your AWS resources directly from Kubernetes using the standard Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. It does so by modeling AWS Services as Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) in Kubernetes and applying those definitions to your cluster. This means that a developer can […]

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