In this blog post, we explain the use case for the open source credentials-fetcher daemon and give simple instructions for using an Active Directory domain joined Linux server with a group Managed Service Account (gMSA).
Bottlerocket is an open source Linux-based operating system from Amazon that was purpose built for running containers with a strong emphasis on security. The result is an operating system that comes with a variety of built-in controls for creating a secure environment for running containerized workloads. In this post, we’ll explore several of the security […]
In this post, we walk through how to successfully design and build a highly available Microsoft SQL Server on Linux on Amazon Web Services (AWS). This post provides high-level insight into the components necessary to create this solution, including Microsoft SQL on Linux, ClusterLabs Pacemaker (Pacemaker) open source clustering software, leading Linux distributions, and AWS. […]
Announcing the General Availability of Bottlerocket, an open source Linux distribution built to run containers
As our customers increasingly adopt containers to run their workloads, we saw a need for a Linux distribution designed from the ground up to run containers with a focus on security, operations, and manageability at scale. Customers needed an operating system that would give them the ability to manage thousands of hosts running containers with […]
In January, I published an article describing how to use AWS tools to build, test, and release server-side Swift code on two platforms: Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) running Ubuntu Linux. Recently Swift.org has released official support for the Amazon Linux 2 operating system. This article is a […]
中文版 In 2015, AWS introduced s2n, a new open source implementation of the TLS/SSL protocols that protect the privacy and integrity of data moving over a network. s2n was designed to be secure, simple, small, and fast. The project is thriving, and we use it extensively. In February, our CISO Stephen Schmidt shared that “we […]