These open source projects and AWS Partner products help Kubernetes users take advantage of AWS services and features and provide additional functionality for Amazon EKS.
Armory is Spinnaker at Enterprise Scale that helps you deploy Kubernetes and provides a single pane of glass view into data center and AWS environment. Armory’s Spinnaker installs easily with Amazon EKS and has added enterprise features and integrations, including 24x7 support and training.
CloudBees CodeShip is a SaaS CI/CD solution that empowers engineering teams to practice and optimize continuous integration and delivery in the cloud for everything from simple web apps to modern microservice architectures to achieve fast, secure and frequent code delivery.
Hasura Gitkube lets developers deploy applications to a Kubernetes cluster by running a `git push` command.
The Rafay Kubernetes Operations platform delivers a broad set of operational services designed to help enterprise platform teams effectively and efficiently manage the lifecycle of Amazon EKS clusters and modern applications (both on-premises and in public cloud regions). It provides six key services that enterprise platform teams leverage to streamline EKS and EKS Anywhere operations, across all AWS Regions in the cloud and on-premises: multi-cluster management, GitOps, zero-trust access, Kubernetes policy management, backup & restore, and visibility and monitoring.
AppDynamics seamlessly integrates with EKS, auto-discovers deployed applications, and enables DevOps teams to create intelligent thresholds and alerts to detect and troubleshoot any emerging issues.
Dynatrace provides detailed monitoring and dashboarding for real-time visibility into the performance and health of Kubernetes applications. Dynatrace OneAgent is container-aware and comes with built-in support for out-of-the-box monitoring of Amazon EKS down to the infrastructure layer, including application-only monitoring.
New Relic provides detailed monitoring and dashboarding for real-time visibility into the performance of Kubernetes applications.
Solarwinds monitors Kubernetes clusters and application health across data centers. Pods, deployments, and services are tracked with EKS-integrated service discovery.
Container Network Interface (CNI) plugin for AWS is used by Amazon EKS to provide a flat VPC network topology by enabling Elastic Network Interfaces for Kubernetes pods.
Banzai Cloud Pipeline enables developers to go from commit to scale in minutes by turning Amazon EKS into a feature rich, application-centric platform integrating CI/CD, centralized logging, monitoring, enterprise-grade security, autoscaling, and spot price support.
Spotinst simplifies the process of creating and scaling an Amazon EKS cluster while automatically connecting Elastigroup to manage the underlying EC2 Instances using Spot Instances, helping save around 80% of the compute costs.
SUSE Cloud Application Platform (CAP) on Amazon EKS provides a secure, stable, and scalable development and deployment environment for microservices.
Rancher allows enterprise administrators to authenticate Amazon EKS users using their existing Active Directory and enforce uniform security and RBAC policies across all Kubernetes clusters.
Storage & Data
Cloudera's Data Science Workbench on Amazon EKS will give customers a self-service, distributed machine learning platform optimized for the cloud.
The Couchbase autonomous operator on Amazon EKS provides a NoSQL document store that is resilient to failures with operations managed by tight integrations to Kubernetes.
MongoDB Atlas with Amazon EKS simplifies the process of deploying and managing applications and their underlying dependencies.
Teradata Vantage on AWS uses Amazon EKS to provide analytics at scale by enabling predictive and prescriptive analytics to coexist with enterprise production workloads in the same environment.