AWS Open Source Blog
Right-size your Kubernetes Applications Using Open Source Goldilocks for Cost Optimization
Learn how to optimize resource allocation and right-size applications in Kubernetes environments to reduce costs using open source Goldilocks.
Create a Managed FFmpeg Workflow for Your Media Jobs Using AWS Batch
Improve usability and get relief from managing open source FFmpeg on AWS with our open source solution to deploy FFmpeg packaged in a container and managed by AWS Batch.
Building Automation for Fraud Detection Using OpenSearch and Terraform
Customers can reduce the time it takes to detect and prevent fraud with this solution which allows financial analysts faster access to transactional data by automating data ingestion and replication.
Advanced Nextcloud Workflows with Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3)
How to use AWS cost optimization features, data lifecycle management tools, and encryption to make the most of open source Nextcloud.
Disaster Recovery When Using Crossplane for Infrastructure Provisioning on AWS
Failure scenarios and related disaster recovery solutions when managing AWS resources with Crossplane.
Run Open Source FFMPEG at Lower Cost and Better Performance on a VT1 Instance for VOD Encoding Workloads
FFmpeg users can leverage a cost efficient Amazon Web Services (AWS) instance for their video on demand (VOD) encoding workloads now that AWS offers VT1 support on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).
Validating OpenTelemetry Configuration Files with the otel-config-validator
Learn how to validate OpenTelemetry configuration files using Lightstep’s open source OpenTelemetry validator.
Dive Deeper into Data Lake for Nonprofits, a New Open Source Solution from AWS for Salesforce for Nonprofits
Data Lake for Nonprofits is an open source application that helps nonprofit organizations set up a data lake in their AWS account and populate it with the data that they have in the Salesforce Non Profit Success Pack (NPSP) schema.
Driving Action and Communication in AWS Amplify Open Source Projects
Learn about the processes and tools that the AWS Amplify team built and uses to help build a vibrant and responsive open source community.
AWS Teams with OSTIF on Open Source Security Audits
AWS will be directly funding $500,000 to the Open Source Technology Improvement Fund (OSTIF) as a portion of our ongoing investments in supply chain security.