AWS Open Source Blog

Category: Open Source

Amazon Corretto Duke logo.

New update channels for Amazon Corretto releases

Customers using Amazon Corretto, an open source, no-cost, multi-platform, production-ready distribution of the Open Java Development Kit (OpenJDK), have asked us to enable familiar tools that developers and system administrators can use to update their installations. Today we are announcing the official Corretto Yum and Apt repositories, permanent download URLs, and a public Corretto Amazon […]

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Andy Jassy giving the 2019 re:Invent keynote.

re:Cap part one – open source at re:Invent 2019

As the dust settles after another re:Invent closes, I wanted to put together a quick summary of all the open source-related announcements that happened in the run up to this year’s re:Invent and the week itself. If you are interested in open source in mobile web development, devops, containers, security, big data and data analytics, […]

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Continuous Integration Architecture using Terraform and Jenkins.

Continuous Integration using Jenkins and HashiCorp Terraform on Amazon EKS

This blog post is the result of a collaboration between Amazon Web Services and HashiCorp. HashiCorp is an AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced Technology Partner with AWS Competencies in both DevOps and Containers. Introduction Customers running microservices-based applications on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) are looking for guidance on architecting complete end-to-end Continuous Integration […]

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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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Open Distro for Elasticsearch logo.

Introducing real-time anomaly detection in Open Distro for Elasticsearch

  There is an enormous increase in real-time streaming applications across a wide range of industries such as finance, health, information technology, retail, and the Internet of Things (IoT). Organizations depend on log analytics solutions to detect aberrations in the data and identify critical situations. Examples include finding fraudulent behavior in financial transactions, discovering suspicious IP […]

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AWS Fargate container logs collection and analysis with AWS FireLens and Sumo Logic

AWS Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon ECS that allows you to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters. Fargate manages provisioning, configuration, and scaling of the clusters. With Fargate, you can focus on your application design and implementation instead of worrying about the infrastructure. In this post, we’ll provide an overview […]

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Figure 1: Sumo Logic EKS Integration

The Sumo Logic integration with Amazon EKS

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) makes it easy to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications using Kubernetes on AWS. In this post, we’ll provide an overview on how Sumo Logic’s integration with Amazon EKS works using the open source tools Helm, Fluent Bit, Fluentd, Prometheus, and Falco, and how to use it to: Monitor the […]

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Splitting an application’s logs into multiple streams: a Fluent tutorial

Not all logs are of equal importance. Some require real-time analytics, others simply need to be stored long term so that they can be analyzed if needed. In this tutorial, I will show three different methods by which you can “fork” a single application’s stream of logs into multiple streams which can be parsed, filtered, […]

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