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Open Source News Roundup: March 9, 2018

X-Ray SDKs AWS X-Ray Daemon Open Sourced The AWS X-Ray daemon is now open sourced and available on Github. Learn more about the daemon and AWS X-Ray. We look forward to seeing community contributions integrating X-Ray with other tools and tracing systems. AWS X-Ray SDK for Ruby (beta) AWS X-Ray SDK for Ruby (beta) is […]

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ClearlyDefined: Crowdsourcing Open Source Project Data

明确定义:众包开源项目数据 Amazon, like many other companies, relies on the use of open source software. Every software project has different requirements, but almost all have a need to manage open source as third-party software dependencies. When working with large numbers of dependencies, it can often be complex and time-consuming to track down up-to-date licensing and author […]

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Running APIs Written in Java on AWS Lambda

在AWS lambda上运行用Java编写的APLs Java developers have a vast selection of open source frameworks to build server-side APIs at their disposal: from Spring and Spring Boot to Jersey to Spark. Normally, these frameworks embed a servlet container engine, such as Tomcat, in the built package to run on a server. In the serverless world, AWS Lambda and […]

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Exploring the Networking Foundation for EKS: amazon-vpc-cni-k8s + Calico

探索EKS的网络基础 — 以全新容器网络和Calico执行网络策略来保驾护航 At AWS re:invent, Amazon announced Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), and revealed details of how container networking would work — and be secured — on this exciting new platform. In particular, EKS leverages a new AWS Container Network Interface (amazon-vpc-cni-k8s) plug-in, together with Project Calico for enforcing network policies. In this […]

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Bringing Cloud Provider Support to Kubernetes on DC/OS

为Kubernetes提供云服务支持 Mesosphere in September of 2017 announced it was bringing back support for Kubernetes on its popular DC/OS cluster management solution. The beta release supported creating a cluster; you could then SSH tunnel into the nodes and deploy standard Kubernetes primitives to it. As of early January, support was officially added for the –cloud-provider flag, […]

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FOSDEM: Kicking Off 2018 With Europe’s Largest FOSS Event

FOSDEM:与欧洲最大的自由和开放源软件盛会开始全新的2018 FOSDEM is an annual free and open source conference for the software developer community. It’s managed by scores of volunteers and open source community members, and entirely free to attend. Every year, thousands of developers from all over the world head to Brussels, Belgium in droves to connect, share ideas, and collaborate. This year […]

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Amazonians and Hacktoberfest

亚马逊人与开放源软件庆祝月活动 Hacktoberfest, “a month-long celebration of open source software,” took place last October, before this blog was launched. A number of Amazonians participated, using the opportunity to contribute to work-related projects, passion projects, or both. At the start, their open source experience ranged from neophyte to veteran. Thanks to Hacktoberfest, all have now contributed (and […]

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Open Source News Roundup: February 9, 2018

^ The Capital One Cloud Custodian Team Community Coding at the Cloud Custodian Code Day Capital One hosted their first ever community coding event at AWS re:Invent 2017, to bring current and aspiring contributors together in single location to spend a concentrated period of time hands-on with the code. Read more about it in the […]

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Pipelines For Container Applications Made Easy with mu

使用mu轻松建造容器应用程序的管道 Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) is a great way to deploy containerized microservices. mu is an open source tool from Stelligent that makes it easier for developers to get started with microservices on ECS, by simplifying the declaration and administration of the AWS resources required for the ECS cluster, using a CLI. In addition, […]

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Style Dictionary: An Open Source Tool for Building Customer Trust Through Design Consistency

通过设计一致性来构建客户信任的开源工具 “Leaders start with the customer and work backwards. They work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust.” These are the first sentences of Amazon’s Leadership Principles – which, yes, we really live by as a company. Everything we do starts from an expected customer benefit, and we work continuously to earn customer trust across […]

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