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Category: Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

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Raising Helm – to Enterprise Scale

A typical application deployed to Kubernetes consists of multiple manifests such as Deployment and Service for each microservice. Deploying these individual manifests can be challenging – this is where package managers like Helm come to the rescue. This post from Baruch Sadogursky of JFrog provides a status update on what is being done to make […]

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Integrating LDAP/AD Users to Kubernetes RBAC with the AWS-IAM-Authenticator Community Project

Our customers ask us how they can secure access to their Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) or Kubernetes on EC2 clusters. Our enterprise customers have implemented Active Directory (AD), Active Directory Federated Services (ADFS), or Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) for identity and access management on-premises, and use AWS Identity and Access […]

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EkoSystem Day

Announcing EKoSystem Day – A Day with the EKS Community

Our goal at AWS has always been to ensure that the partner community around every AWS service is rich, vibrant, and ready to meet the diverse usage scenarios of our customers. At the launch of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) today, over 25 partners from the AWS and Kubernetes communities have announced […]

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Running FaaS on a Kubernetes Cluster on AWS using Kubeless

Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications and services without provisioning, scaling, or managing any servers. FaaS (Functions as a Service) is the runtime that enables serverless computing by firing off bits of code (functions) as they are needed, freeing the developer from managing infrastructure and enabling the developer to simply write business […]

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kube-aws: Highly Available, Scalable, and Secure Kubernetes on AWS

There are many ways to manage a Kubernetes cluster on AWS. Kube-AWS is a Kubernetes incubator project that allows you to create, update, and destroy a highly scalable and available Kubernetes cluster on AWS. It provides seamless integration with several AWS features such as KMS, Auto Scaling groups, Spot fleet, node pools, and others. Complete […]

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AWS Hygge at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon

It was a full and eventful week at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon EU 2018! 4,300 attendees flocked to Copenhagen to learn and be a part of all things Kubernetes and cloud-native. The AWS team kicked off the week with our workshop Kubernetes the AWSome Way! Engineers from our Solutions Architecture and Containers teams taught attendees how […]

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