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Amazon EKS Control Plane Metrics with Prometheus

中文版 – Kubernetes core components provide a rich set of metrics you can use to observe what is happening in the Control Plane. You can see how many watchers are on each resource in the API Server, the number of audit trail events, the latency of the requests to the API Server, and much more. These […]

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Using the FSx for Lustre CSI Driver with Amazon EKS

中文版 – The Container Storage Interface (CSI) is a standard for exposing storage on top of container orchestrators such as Mesos or Kubernetes. CSI gives storage providers like AWS the opportunity to create a thin wrapper which will allow a Kubernetes cluster to automatically provision and manage the entire lifecycle of the storage class. Storage […]

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Deploying the AWS IAM Authenticator to kops

中文版 This post is an updated version of Deploying the Heptio Authenticator to kops. Heptio Authenticator has since been donated to the Kubernetes Special Interest Group (SIG) AWS, allowing the project to be collaboratively worked on. Now, instead of needing to manually configure the Authenticator, you can use kops primitives to deploy automatically when a […]

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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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AWS Service Operator for Kubernetes Now Available 🚀

The AWS Service Operator is an open source project in developer preview which allows to you manage your AWS resources directly from Kubernetes using the standard Kubernetes CLI, kubectl. It does so by modeling AWS Services as Custom Resource Definitions (CRDs) in Kubernetes and applying those definitions to your cluster. This means that a developer can […]

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EKoSystem Day SF & NYC – Video Replay

Arun, Abby, Brent and I all had the opportunity over the last two months to emcee the two AWS EKoSystem Days, in San Francisco and New York. These events brought together the launch of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes, EKS (San Francisco), and the four-year anniversary of Kubernetes’ release and three years of its […]

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Data Processing Pipeline with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Kubeless - diagram

Building a Data Processing Pipeline with Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Kubeless

If you’re already running Kubernetes, FaaS (Functions as a Service) platforms on Kubernetes can help you leverage your existing investment in EC2 by enabling serverless computing. The real significance of such platforms, however, lies in the number of data sources that can trigger the deployed function. The first part of this two-part series introduced one […]

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output of eksctl create command

eksctl: Amazon EKS Cluster with One Command

There are a number of ways to create a Kubernetes cluster using Amazon Elastic Container Service. eksctl gives you a simple, single, one-line command to bring up a cluster with a basic VPC, and completes the process by writing a new KUBECONFIG and deploying the aws-auth ConfigMap, allowing you to get up and running with […]

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Service Disvovery with ECS and Kubernetes

Unified Service Discovery with Amazon ECS and Kubernetes

中文版 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 […]

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