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Service Disvovery with ECS and Kubernetes

Unified Service Discovery with Amazon ECS and Kubernetes

Starting today, you can leverage unified service discovery for services managed by Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Kubernetes. We recently introduced ECS Service Discovery, which makes it easy for containerized services to discover and connect with each other by creating and managing a registry of service names using the Amazon Route 53 Auto […]

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building blocks for containerized microservices

Microservices on AWS Compute Using Containers and Serverless

Deploying microservices-based applications can be complex. First, it requires setting up your basic compute, storage, and networking capabilities. You’re also going to need some simple developer tools, application integration, logging, distributed tracing, and monitoring. AWS offers a wide variety of choices in each of these areas. In compute, you can create your own custom stack […]

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AWS Service Broker

Provision AWS Services Through Kubernetes Using the AWS Service Broker

使用 AWS Service Broker 通过 Kubernetes 配置 AWS 服务 There’s no doubt that containers have changed how we build projects. One of the guiding principles of a containerized workflow approach has been to give back control to the developer, allowing them to choose their dependencies and how to consume them – most importantly, when they […]

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Deploying the Heptio Authenticator to kops

Deploying the Heptio Authenticator to kops

将 Heptio Authenticator 部署到 kops   The Kubernetes 1.10 release has included alpha support for the client-go package to process external ExecCredential providers. This is being used to power the authentication against Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) clusters while still following one of the core tenets of EKS; providing a 100% upstream Kubernetes. […]

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KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

Meet the AWS team at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in Copenhagen

AWS is a Platinum sponsor of KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe, taking place at the Bella Convention Center in Copenhagen, Denmark from April 30-May 4. The team will be there to talk about Kubernetes and containers in the cloud. Stop by booth P-E08 to learn more and see a demo of our upcoming Kubernetes service, Amazon […]

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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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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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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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