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Riding the Unicorn: A Newbie Contributor’s Guide to Kubernetes

骑独角兽:Kubernetes的新手指南 Learning to ride a unicorn in a swimming pool on a full moon night isn’t easy, especially for a non-swimmer. But I knew I could rely on others to help keep me afloat. The Kubernetes community is similarly welcoming and supportive, and is happy to help a newbie avoid drowning in an ocean of […]

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Open Source News Roundup: January 14, 2018

A regular roundup of open source news from us that you might have missed. Instrumenting Web Apps Using AWS X-Ray A step-by-step walkthrough for enabling X-Ray tracing in the Go programming language. Use these steps to add X-Ray tracing to any distributed application. – AWS Devops blog Now available in Amazon SageMaker: DeepAR algorithm for […]

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Network Load Balancer Support in Kubernetes 1.9

Applications deployed on Amazon Web Services can achieve fault tolerance and ensure scalability, performance, and security by using Elastic Load Balancing (ELB). Incoming application traffic to ELB is distributed across multiple targets, such as Amazon EC2 instances, containers, and IP addresses. In addition to Classic Load Balancer and Application Load Balancer, a new Network Load […]

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Cloud Native Computing

本地云计算 Last August, Amazon Web Services joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, where I am representing AWS as the CNCF board member, with Arun Gupta coordinating technical engagement with projects and working groups. We have since made several contributions to CNCF projects: at re:Invent, Andy Jassy announced Amazon EKS, which makes running Kubernetes as a […]

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Onwards! To the Year of Open Source

前往OS的新一年 What a year it has been! 2017 has been a year of steady progress for open source at AWS. We saw marked open source transformation and code contributions driving some big wins for open source engagement. As we continued to grow our open source team through the year, we also created new channels of […]

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Running Bleeding-Edge Kubernetes on AWS with kops

In an earlier blog post, I explained how to set up a Kubernetes cluster on AWS using kops. By default, the kops create cluster command chooses the default Kubernetes version from the stable channel of kops, which would work for most developers. If you want a specific version, the –kubernetes-version option can be used to […]

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The Wheel

“转盘” Keeping the AWS cloud operating efficiently worldwide is a big job. The team is growing rapidly, and it’s important that new leaders internalize the high bar we set for service operations, and that our senior leaders are able to periodically inspect what’s happening deep in the stack. For over ten years, one of our […]

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Run Kubernetes on Your Laptop

在你的电脑上运行Kubernetes A recent survey of 550 members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation confirmed that Kubernetes is the orchestration platform of choice. The survey also reaffirmed that Amazon Web Services continues to be the leading choice for deploying Kubernetes clusters in the cloud. lists various ways you can easily create a Kubernetes cluster on […]

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Open Source News Roundup: December 15, 2017

This will be a regular feature: a roundup of open source news from us that you might have missed (especially, in the past few weeks, in the flood of other news from re:Invent!). Keynote: Cloud Native at AWS Adrian Cockcroft keynoted Cloud Native Con / Kubecon last week. AWS had made some important Kubernetes-related announcements […]

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re:Invent Open Source Recap

reinvent OS回顾 When we published our post on November 22nd about open source sessions and events coming up at re:Invent, there was a lot we couldn’t tell you – because it hadn’t yet been announced! And there were some exciting open source-related announcements at re:Invent, including FreeRTOS, EKS, Fargate, and SageMaker. Right after the announcements, […]

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