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Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

diagram: How Kubernetes Ingress works with aws-alb-ingress-controller

Kubernetes Ingress with AWS ALB Ingress Controller

Note: This post has been updated in January, 2020, to reflect new best practices in container security since we launched native least-privileges support at the pod level, and the instructions have been updated for the latest controller version. You can also learn about Using ALB Ingress Controller with Amazon EKS on Fargate. Kubernetes Ingress is […]

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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 🚀

NOTE: In mid-2019 we re-launched and intensified our efforts, deprecating and archiving the old code base of the AWS Service Operator and changing to a community-driven approach. We’re currently in the design phase and invite you to comment on the design issues and become a contributor to the new project, see details at the new GitHub […]

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Kubeflow on Amazon EKS

The Kubeflow project is designed to simplify the deployment of machine learning projects like TensorFlow on Kubernetes. There are also plans to add support for additional frameworks such as MXNet, Pytorch, Chainer, and more. These frameworks can leverage GPUs in the Kubernetes cluster for machine learning tasks. Recently, we announced support of P2 and P3 […]

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Horizontal Pod Autoscaling for Amazon EKS

Introducing Horizontal Pod Autoscaling for Amazon EKS

  The Horizontal Pod Autoscaler and Kubernetes Metrics Server are now supported by Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). This makes it easy to scale your Kubernetes workloads managed by Amazon EKS in response to custom metrics. One of the benefits of using containers is the ability to quickly autoscale your application up or down. For […]

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Getting Started with Istio on Amazon EKS

Note: Broken links have been removed. (July 27, 2020) Service Meshes enable service-to-service communication in a secure, reliable, and observable way. In this blog post, Matt Turner, CTO at Native Wave, explains the concept of a Service Mesh, shows how Istio can be installed as a Service Mesh on a Kubernetes cluster running on AWS […]

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Improvements for Amazon EKS Worker Node Provisioning

Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) provides an optimized Amazon Machine Image (AMI) and AWS CloudFormation template that make it easy to provision worker nodes for your Amazon EKS cluster on AWS. These assets are both open source and available now on Github. In addition to the EKS Optimized AMI, the Packer by Hashicorp […]

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