AWS Open Source Blog

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AWS Service Operator for Kubernetes Now Available 🚀

NOTE: In mid-2019 we re-launched and intensified our efforts, deprecating and archiving the old code base of the AWS Service Operator and changing to a community-driven approach. We’re currently in the design phase and invite you to comment on the design issues and become a contributor to the new project, see details at the new GitHub […]

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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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Provision AWS Services Through Tanzu Application Service Using the AWS Service Broker for VMware Tanzu

Updated: July 27, 2020—This post was updated to reflect the Broker being available via the Vmware Network. Enterprise customers tell us that they’re looking for application modernization and greater agility. They may also need to work in a hybrid context, and want technology that makes it easy to run in multiple environments now, and in the […]

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Optimized Support for Amazon EKS on Ubuntu 18.04

Note: This article was written and published in 2018, so instructions and links may be outdated. The Canonical Public Cloud (CPC) team provides a prepared, ready-to-use version of the Ubuntu 18.04 ‘LTS’ release, Bionic, customized for use with the Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS). If you are currently an Ubuntu user, you are […]

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Celebrating 20 Years of Open Source at OSCON

In July, the Open Source Conference (OSCON) returned home to Portland, Oregon, for its 20th anniversary, and what a week it was: seeing old friends, meeting new ones, hearing interesting talks, learning new skills with sessions on AI, IoT, blockchain, and re-visiting some favorite places in Portland. The week began with the Community Leadership Summit, […]

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Building a React Frontend for Service Catalog with AWS Amplify

AWS Service Catalog allows you to centrally manage commonly-deployed AWS services in your organization. Customers are using Service Catalog to meet compliance requirements while enabling their users to quickly deploy only the approved and curated selection of resources within AWS. We have seen organizations who would like to integrate their internal tools and web portals […]

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