AWS Open Source Blog

Category: Compute

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AWS ParallelCluster

中文版 Orchestration software has played a key role in cluster bring-up and management for decades. Dating back to solutions like SunCluster, PSSP, and community solutions such as CFEngine, the need to launch many resources together to enable large parallel applications continues to be a vital part of the High Performance Computing (HPC) environment. AWS has […]

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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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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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