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Tag: kubernetes

AWS Service Broker

Provision AWS Services Through Kubernetes Using the AWS Service Broker

中文版 IMPORTANT NOTE – Oct 12, 2018 The steps described in this post are no longer accurate, please refer to the AWS Service Broker GitHub project for up-to-date installation instructions. We’ll be updating this post soon. There’s no doubt that containers have changed how we build projects. One of the guiding principles of a containerized […]

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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

中文版 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 post, we’ll […]

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Bringing Cloud Provider Support to Kubernetes on DC/OS

中文版 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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Network Load Balancer Support in Kubernetes 1.9

中文版 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 […]

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Cloud Native Computing

Last August, Amazon Web Services joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, where I am representing AWS as the CNCF board member, with Arun Gupta coordinating technical engagement with projects and working groups. We have since made several contributions to CNCF projects: at re:Invent, Andy Jassy announced Amazon EKS, which makes running Kubernetes as a service […]

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Run Kubernetes on Your Laptop

A recent survey of 550 members of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation confirmed that Kubernetes is the orchestration platform of choice. The survey also reaffirmed that Amazon Web Services continues to be the leading choice for deploying Kubernetes clusters in the cloud. kubernetes-aws.io lists various ways you can easily create a Kubernetes cluster on AWS. […]

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