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Managing AWS ParallelCluster SSH users with OpenLDAP

A common request from AWS ParallelCluster users is to have the ability to deploy multiple POSIX user accounts. The wiki on the project GitHub page documents a simple mechanism for achieving this, and a previous blog post, “AWS ParallelCluster with AWS Directory Services Authentication,” documents how to integrate AWS ParallelCluster with AWS Directory Service. However, […]

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workflow: how to deploy TorchServe on an Amazon EKS cluster for inference, which will allow you to quickly deploy a pre-trained machine learning model as a scalable, fault-tolerant web-service for low latency inference

Running TorchServe on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

This article was contributed by Josiah Davis, Charles Frenzel, and Chen Wu. TorchServe is a model serving library that makes it easy to deploy and manage PyTorch models at scale in production environments. TorchServe removes the heavy lifting of deploying and serving PyTorch models with Kubernetes. TorchServe is built and maintained by AWS in collaboration […]

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Kubeflow logo surrounded by AWS logos

Enterprise-ready Kubeflow: Securing and scaling AI and machine learning pipelines with AWS

NOTE: Since this blog post was written, much about Kubeflow has changed. While we are leaving it up for historical reference, more accurate information about Kubeflow on AWS can be found here. Many AWS customers are building AI and machine learning pipelines on top of Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) using Kubeflow across many […]

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Monitor AWS services used by Kubernetes with Prometheus and PromCat

AWS offers Amazon CloudWatch to provide observability of the operational health for your AWS resources and applications through logs, metrics, and events. CloudWatch is a great way to monitor and visualize AWS resources metrics and logs. Recently I’ve found that some customers are adopting Prometheus as their monitoring standard because it offers the ability to […]

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Deploy, track, and roll back RDS database code changes using open source tools Liquibase and Jenkins

Customers across industries and verticals deal with relational database code deployment. In most cases, developers rely on database administrators (DBAs) to perform the database code deployment. This works well when the number of databases and the amount of database code changes are low. As organizations scale, however, they deal with different database engines—including Oracle, SQL […]

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AWS Sync Routes architecture diagram

Sync routes across route tables with AWS Sync Routes, a serverless open source project

If your network architecture includes multiple route tables in your Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) and you’ve been looking for an automated solution for synchronizing route target updates across route tables, check out the AWS Sync Routes project. Or, if you just want to explore a ready‑to‑deploy, serverless infrastructure as code project, then the AWS Sync Routes project can help here, too. This […]

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VMD over NICE DCV.

Deploying an HPC cluster and remote visualization in a single step using AWS ParallelCluster

Since its initial release in November 2018, AWS ParallelCluster (an AWS-supported open source tool) has made it easier and more cost effective for users to manage and deploy HPC clusters in the cloud. Since then, the team has continued to enhance the product with more configuration flexibility and enhancements like built-in support for the Elastic […]

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Overview of the infrastructure pipeline.

Using AWS CodePipeline and open source tools for at-scale infrastructure deployment

AWS offers a rich set of developer tools to host code, build, and deploy your application and/or infrastructure to AWS. These include AWS CodePipeline, for continuous integration and continuous deployment orchestration; AWS CodeCommit, a fully-managed source control service; AWS CodeBuild, a fully-managed continuous integration service that compiles source code, runs tests, and produces software packages; […]

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Continuous delivery of container applications to AWS Fargate with GitHub Actions

At the day two keynote of the GitHub Universe 2019 conference on Nov 14, Amazon Web Services announced that we have open sourced four new GitHub Actions for Amazon ECS and ECR. Using these GitHub Actions, developers and DevOps engineers can easily set up continuous delivery pipelines in their code repositories on GitHub, deploying container workloads to Amazon Elastic Container […]

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