These AWS Partners have built products that help Kubernetes users take advantage of AWS services and features. They provide additional options for customers deploying Amazon EKS Distro. Explore Amazon EKS Distro Partner products below.
GitLab is a complete DevOps platform, delivered as a single application, fundamentally changing the way Development, Security, and Ops teams collaborate. GitLab helps teams accelerate software delivery from weeks to minutes, reduce development costs, and reduce the risk of application vulnerabilities while increasing developer productivity. GitLab provides unmatched visibility, radical new levels of efficiency and comprehensive governance to significantly compress the time between planning a change and monitoring its effect.
Kong Konnect is a service connectivity platform that provides technology teams at multi-cloud and hybrid organizations the “architectural freedom” to build APIs and services anywhere. Konnect supports the full lifecycle of service management, enabling users to easily design, test, secure, deploy, monitor, monetize, and version their APIs. Kong’s service connectivity platform can be deployed in any AWS platform such as Amazon EKS, Amazon EKS Distro, Amazon ECS, or AWS Fargate for both single and multi-region topologies.
Canonical allows customers to take Amazon EKS Distro and combine it with the MicroK8s experience to get an opinionated, self-healing, highly available EKS-compatible Kubernetes for use anywhere you can get Ubuntu. Just snap install EKS and customers are up and running.
Install Amazon EKS Distro using KubeOne by Kubermatic. KubeOne is an infrastructure-agonistic and open source Kubernetes cluster lifecycle management tool that automates the deployment and Day 2 operations of single Kubernetes clusters.
"At Kubermatic, we believe that open source communities develop better software to the benefit of all. We are therefore pleased to see AWS open sourcing Amazon EKS Distro. Our congratulations to the entire team! Moreover, we are really proud that our open source cluster lifecycle management tool Kubermatic KubeOne is part of the first batch of distributions to offer out-of-the-box support for Amazon EKS Distro. Thanks to Kubermatic KubeOne's Terraform integration and ease of use, users can install EKS Distro on AWS and Amazon Linux 2 with minimal operational effort."
Sebastian Scheele, CEO & Co-Founder at Kubermatic
Netcracker’s extensive portfolio of BSS, OSS, and Orchestration applications are fully microservices based, using open APIs and running on container platforms such as Amazon EKS and Amazon EKS Distro. Netcracker leverages the power of AWS to ensure the highest performance is achieved for the most demanding resource consuming processes such as revenue, customer, and service management. With on-demand scaling and full security compliance, CSPs can deliver innovative digital services faster with cloud economics.
Pulumi's modern infrastructure as code platform empowers cloud engineering teams to work better together to ship faster with confidence, using open source and the world’s most popular programming languages. Pulumi’s SaaS product enables a consistent workflow for delivering and securing applications and infrastructure on any cloud—public, private, or hybrid—including AWS and more than 50 other cloud infrastructure providers. Organizations of all sizes, from startups to the Global 2000, have chosen Pulumi for their cloud transformation and modernization needs.
“Pulumi customers are increasingly leveraging Kubernetes as a means of managing robust hybrid deployments across AWS and their own datacenters. We’re excited to see Amazon EKS Distro helping customers achieve a consistent platform for these deployments and are excited to announce support for EKS Distro on day one, so our customers can leverage this resource as part of their application modernization efforts.”
Luke Hoban, CTO at Pulumi
The Rafay Managed Kubernetes Platform (MKP) is an open platform with a foundational philosophy that customers should be able to use their preferred Kubernetes distribution in their operating environments. Using the Rafay MKP, customers can now easily provision and manage the lifecycle of Amazon EKS Distro for their on-premises (bare metal or VM) and cloud deployments.
Upbound Cloud makes it easy for Amazon EKS Distro users to consolidate configuration of clusters into a single, environment-agnostic repository of Crossplane configuration. Using this configuration, new clusters can then be provisioned on-premises, in the cloud, or at the edge through a single unified API interface or easy-to-use console interface found inside of Upbound Cloud.
VMware Tanzu is a family of products and services for building, running, and managing modern apps in the cloud, while continuously delivering value to customers. The portfolio simplifies hybrid-cloud operations, while freeing developers to move faster with easy access to the right resources. VMware Tanzu enables development and operations teams to work together in new ways that deliver transformative business results.
Weave Kubernetes Platform brings GitOps support to Amazon EKS Distro, providing support for installing, creating, and managing EKS-D clusters on-premises. Weaveworks brings GitOps to your Kubernetes—EKS-D or any other distribution—by taking advantage of the Cluster API project.
"Amazon EKS Distro is a game changer for enterprises running Kubernetes who want a verified, consistent experience across their clouds and data centers. Weaveworks is committed to supporting EKS Distro as part of our Weaveworks Kubernetes Platform. WKP GitOps technologies allow organizations to deploy cloud-native applications robustly and consistently across AWS cloud and on-premises, including bare metal environments."
Alexis Richardson, CEO Weaveworks
Monitoring and Logging
Datadog provides visibility into the health of VMs, Containers and Serverless environments across on-premises, and hybrid and cloud compute infrastructure. Customers can unify their infrastructure observability in a single platform and confidently scale container and Kubernetes environments with capabilities like autodiscovery of container services and Horizontal Pod Autoscaling using any metric in Datadog.
Splunk offers real-time monitoring and observability solution for modern cloud environments. Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring provides the most comprehensive turn-key Kubernetes monitoring solution no matter where you deploy containerized applications: Amazon EKS Distro, Amazon EKS, Amazon ECS, AWS Fargate, hybrid clusters on AWS Outposts, or self-managed on-premises Kubernetes environments.
“We are excited to partner with AWS in bringing a secure, validated, and tested distribution of Kubernetes to all environments—cloud-native with Amazon EKS, hybrid with Amazon Outposts, and on-premises self-managed environments. Splunk Infrastructure Monitoring provides the most comprehensive turn-key, enterprise-grade Kubernetes monitoring solution. By using the AWS distribution of Kubernetes and Splunk, our joint customers can quickly and confidently adopt Kubernetes regardless of their choice of infrastructure.”
Amit Sharma, Director Product Marketing, Splunk
Sumo Logic fully integrates and supports Amazon EKS Distro, ensuring customers have complete observability of their Kubernetes clusters. The solution also provides integrated security out of the box and through deep integrations with the wider Kubernetes ecosystem.
Sysdig provides security and visibility to detect and respond to runtime threats, validate compliance, and monitor and troubleshoot containers on EKS-D.
“Having a common set of tools to bridge hybrid environments helps DevOps teams take full advantage of Kubernetes. We built the Sysdig platform on an open source foundation and strongly believe the open approach Amazon is taking with Amazon EKS Distro will result in faster innovation and a more secure platform. With Sysdig and Amazon EKS Distro, users get enterprise-grade security that provides deep visibility and a unified experience across clusters and sites, powered by industry leading open source projects like Falco.”
Loris Degioanni, CTO and founder of Sysdig
Security and Networking
Alcide provides centralized and unified security coverage across hybrid deployments that span across EKS, AWS Outposts, and Amazon EKS Distro. Customers can use the same tools and best practices regardless of the deployment infrastructure. The Alcide platform addresses all Kubernetes security needs holistically, from design through deployment to production. The platform is designed from a DevOps perspective, while also ensuring robust and comprehensive Kubernetes security and compliance best practices.
Aqua Security provides KSPM (Kubernetes Security Posture Management) to improve visibility, remediate misconfigurations, and advanced agentless K8s runtime protection. Customers can also leverage Kubernetes-native capabilities to attain policy-driven, full lifecycle protection, and compliance for K8s applications.
"As organizations of all sizes adopt Kubernetes, many are making their path between offerings in the cloud, on-premises platforms, and open source distributions - with a strong desire to be able to move freely between them. The ability to run Amazon EKS-compatible clusters with the new EKS-Distro will make it easier for users to do just that."
Liz Rice, VP of Open Source Engineering at Aqua Security
Solo.io, the modern service connectivity company, delivers application programming interface (API) infrastructure software that makes it easy for your architects and engineers to manage application traffic. As you move to cloud, microservices, Kubernetes containers, and serverless functions, you need a secure and reliable approach to application networking, with unified observability and control.
Tetrate Service Bridge (TSB) enables unified application connectivity and security across workloads, on EKS and EKS-D. TSB provides easy access and operability to enterprise-grade (upstream or FIPS-compliant) Istio and Envoy Proxy. Multi-tenancy, traffic management, mesh and application-level observability, end-to-end mTLS (mutual Transport Layer Security), fine-grained authorization, and application security are key elements of TSB.
Tigera is the home of the leading solutions for Kubernetes networking, security, and observability in hybrid and multi-cloud environments: Calico and Calico Enterprise. Many of the world’s largest enterprises rely on Tigera to secure both their EKS and self-managed Kubernetes clusters running on AWS.
“We are excited to work with Amazon to offer Calico and Calico Enterprise support to enable robust networking, compliance and security for Amazon EKS Distro. Extending support to EKS-D not only gives Amazon customers the choice of Kubernetes distribution, but also provides the same Calico networking and network policy to operate seamlessly across EKS and EKS-D. We believe giving our customers multiple options ultimately guarantees their success.”
Amit Gupta, Tigera’s VP of Product Management and Business Development
Kasten by Veeam
Purpose built for Kubernetes, Kasten K10 by Veeam provides enterprise operations teams an easy to use, scalable, and secure system for backup/restore, disaster recovery, and mobility of Kubernetes applications. Kasten K10 has been qualified to work with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Amazon EKS Distro (EKS-D), as well as additional Kubernetes distributions like Red Hat OpenShift on AWS.
Portworx by Pure Storage
Portworx Enterprise is the Kubernetes data services platform businesses trust to run mission-critical applications in production across AWS platforms including AWS EKS, AWS EKS Distro, and AWS Outpost. Portworx provides a fully integrated solution for persistent storage, data protection, disaster recovery, data security, cross-cloud and data migrations, and automated capacity management for applications running on Kubernetes.
Arctiq is a services-led firm providing expertise in the new world of IT transformation.
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