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Tag: Amazon EKS

architecture for continuous delivery with Spinnaker on Amazon EKS.

Continuous Delivery using Spinnaker on Amazon EKS

I work closely with partners, helping them to architect solutions on AWS for their customers. Customers running their microservices-based applications on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) are looking for guidance on architecting complete end-to-end Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment/Delivery (CD) pipelines using Jenkins and Spinnaker. The benefits of using Jenkins include that it […]

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Deploying Spark jobs on Amazon EKS

Kubernetes has gained a great deal of traction for deploying applications in containers in production, because it provides a powerful abstraction for managing container lifecycles, optimizing infrastructure resources, improving agility in the delivery process, and facilitating dependencies management. Now that a custom Spark scheduler for Kubernetes is available, many AWS customers are asking how to […]

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Running secure workloads on EKS using Fairwinds Polaris

Getting configurations right, especially at scale, can be a challenging task in cloud-native land. Automation helps you to make that task more manageable. In this guest post from EJ Etherington, CTO for Fairwinds, we look at an open source tool that allows you to check your EKS cluster setup, providing you with a graphical overview […]

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Best Practices for Optimizing Distributed Deep Learning Performance on Amazon EKS

中文版 – In this post, we will demonstrate how to create a fully-managed Kubernetes cluster on AWS using Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS), and how to run distributed deep learning training jobs using Kubeflow and the AWS FSx CSI driver. We then will discuss best practices to optimize machine learning training performance […]

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Open Source News Roundup: April 22, 2019

中文版 Upcoming Events RailsConf (April 30-May 2 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) – Lounge & Lanyard Sponsor. Workshop on Going Serverless with Ruby on AWS Lambda by Alex Wood and Jingyi Chen. PyCon (May 1-9 in Cleveland, Ohio) – Platinum Sponsor. Come find us at Booth #439 to see how AWS <3 Python. Percona Live (May 28-30 […]

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Observe Your Service Mesh with Kiali

中文版 – Observability in a service mesh gives you details about the topology of your microservices-based application. It tells what microservices are part of the service mesh, how are they connected, how much traffic is routed to them, and other details. This post from Heiko Rupp shows how Kiali can be used to visualize an […]

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Deploying AWS Lambda-Compatible Functions in Amazon EKS using TriggerMesh KLR

中文版 – Custom AWS Lambda Runtimes were introduced at re:Invent 2018. Knative is an open source project to build, deploy, and manage serverless workloads. This post by Sebastien Goasguen explains that TriggerMesh’s Knative Lambda Runtime is a custom runtime that can run a Lambda function on Knative running on an Amazon EKS cluster. –Arun AWS […]

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Managing Amazon EKS Clusters with Rancher

中文版 – Rancher is a popular open-source tool used by many organizations to manage Kubernetes clusters. Rancher has extended support for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS). With this capability, Rancher users no longer need to directly manage their own Kubernetes clusters on AWS. Using Amazon EKS with Rancher combines the ease of […]

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Using Open Policy Agent on Amazon EKS

中文版 – Open Policy Agent (OPA) is a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) sandbox project designed to help you implement automated policies around pretty much anything, similar to the way the AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) works. With OPA, you can write a very slimmed-down policy using a language called rego which is based […]

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Demystifying ENTRYPOINT and CMD in Docker

中文版 – As you begin your Docker container creation journey, you might find yourself faced with a puzzling question: Should your Dockerfile contain an ENTRYPOINT instruction, a CMD instruction, or both? In this post, I discuss the differences between the two in detail, and explain how best to use them in various use cases you […]

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