AWS Open Source Blog

Category: Open Source

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Style Dictionary Hackathon!

Hey, style-minded friends: Amazon is hosting a one-day-only event to make Style Dictionary even more awesome! It will take place on Friday, June 29th in Santa Cruz, CA. All you need to bring is a laptop and yourself! We will provide: A great place to hack away Awesome folks to work with / be around […]

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Twenty Years of Open Source at OSCON 2018

2018 marks twenty years of open source, and twenty years of OSCON. How better to celebrate two decades of open source, community, code, and collaboration than with a crowd of open source folks in Portland, Oregon? AWS is proud to be a Diamond sponsor at OSCON, to support the conference and the open source community, […]

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Running FaaS on 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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Service Disvovery with ECS and Kubernetes

Unified Service Discovery with Amazon ECS and Kubernetes

Starting today, you can leverage unified service discovery for services managed by Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Kubernetes. We recently introduced ECS Service Discovery, which makes it easy for containerized services to discover and connect with each other by creating and managing a registry of service names using the Amazon Route 53 Auto […]

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PyCon Cleveland 2018

Amazonian Pythonistas at PyCon 2018

PyCon has been the Python community’s conference since 2003. Each year, PyCon is held in multiple regions across the world. This year’s largest PyCon was held in Cleveland, Ohio, and AWS is proud to have joined in as a diamond sponsor. The conference had five concurrent tracks with talks, tutorials, lightning talks, and developer sprints […]

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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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ONUG Spring "Where are we now?"

Open Network User Group (ONUG) Spring Conference

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. ONUG sponsors a series of working groups and holds several conferences. This year, their spring conference took place in San Francisco May 8-9, hosted by Kaiser Permanente at the […]

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Open Source News Roundup: May 11, 2018

AWS SAM CLI Now official! If you knew SAM Local CLI, this is that – but way better! Quickly get started with `sam init`, validate SAM templates, develop and test locally, and package and deploy to the cloud! – GitHub, What’s New AWS EFS Backup Solution v1.2 Released The EFS-to-EFS backup solution automatically deploys the […]

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Microservices on AWS Compute Using Containers and Serverless

Deploying microservices-based applications can be complex. First, it requires setting up your basic compute, storage, and networking capabilities. You’re also going to need some simple developer tools, application integration, logging, distributed tracing, and monitoring. AWS offers a wide variety of choices in each of these areas. In compute, you can create your own custom stack […]

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Provision AWS Services Through Kubernetes Using the AWS Service Broker

使用 AWS Service Broker 通过 Kubernetes 配置 AWS 服务 There’s no doubt that containers have changed how we build projects. One of the guiding principles of a containerized workflow approach has been to give back control to the developer, allowing them to choose their dependencies and how to consume them – most importantly, when they […]

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