Tag: AWS-Containers

AWS Containers for Windows are now supported by Karpenter
By: Date: 31/07/2023 Categories: AWS Tags:

The open-source node provisioning and management project Karpenter will now support Windows, according to an announcement from AWS (starting with v0.29.0). Customers may now swiftly scale their Windows-based Amazon EKS clusters with appropriately scaled Amazon EC2 instances using Karpenter in reaction to shifting application load. Without manually altering the compute capacity of their clusters, overprovisioning…

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New feature container image signing
By: Date: 11/06/2023 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

You can use container image signing to help ensure the use of approved images inside your organization, which can help you meet your security and compliance requirements. You can sign and verify container images anytime during the development or deployment phases. You begin by creating a signing profile, a unique AWS Signer identity, to cryptographically…

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New- Amazon EKS and Amazon EKS Distro now support Kubernetes version 1.26
By: Date: 25/04/2023 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

#AWS is excited to announce that you can now use Amazon EKS and Amazon EKS Distro to run Kubernetes version 1.26. You can create new 1.26 clusters or upgrade your existing clusters to 1.26 using the Amazon EKS console, the eksctl command line interface, or through an infrastructure-as-code tool. Release of Kubernetes v1.26!This release includes…

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Deploying Go Applications to AWS App Runner
By: Date: 10/03/2023 Categories: AWS Tags:

AWS App Runner simplifies the process of deploying new versions of their code or image repository. They can easily push their code to the repository, and App Runner will automatically take care of the deployment process. On the other hand, for operations teams, App Runner allows for automatic deployments every time a new commit is…

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Amazon ECS Service Connect Enabling Between Microservices
By: Date: 26/02/2023 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

Amazon Elastic Container Services (Amazon ECS) customers have several solutions for service-to-service, but each one comes with some challenges and complications:1) Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) needs to carefully plan for configuring infrastructure for high availability and incur additional infrastructure cost.2) Using Amazon ECS Service Discovery often requires developers to write custom application code for collecting…

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Deploy Nitro Enclaves from a Kubernetes pod.
By: Date: 10/02/2023 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service to orchestrate, scale, and deploy Nitro Enclaves from a Kubernetes pod. Kubernetes is an open source platform for container orchestration. The following diagram provides a conceptual overview of how Nitro Enclaves integrates with Amazon EKS. All pods and containers in the same Amazon EKS node or Amazon EC2 instance that has the…

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What is the AWS Step Functions
By: Date: 26/04/2022 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

It allows the user to define state machines (workflows) that connect various tasks (states). To make it easy, AWS provides a Workflow Studio that simplifies the definition step of the workflows. There are two options for workflow types: Standard Express Besides all the differences defined in the documentation, an important one for Hybrid architectures is the Activity support: In…

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Creating an Elastic Beanstalk App & Environment
By: Date: 18/04/2022 Categories: AWS Tags:

Introduction Since you will be performing both a rolling and blue-green deployment in this lab, it makes sense to use the best tool AWS makes available for the job. For controlled deployments and efficient deployment services of code on EC2 instances, AWS Elastic Beanstalk provides a superior interaction model and developer tools experience. In this lab…

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Amazon ECR Pulling an Image
By: Date: 04/04/2022 Categories: AWS,AWScommunity Tags:

To run a Docker image that is available in Amazon ECR, you can pull it to your local environment with the docker pull command.   1. From an EC2 instance/Workstation, run the below command as mentioned here [1] to install AWS CLI       ———–       curl “https://awscli.amazonaws.com/awscli-exe-linux-x86_64.zip” -o “awscliv2.zip”       unzip awscliv2.zip       sudo ./aws/install       ———– …

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Deploy Azure Kubernetes Services
By: Date: 30/11/2021 Categories: azure Tags:

Azure Kubernetes Service is a managed Kubernetes cluster in Azure, Users are only required to manage and maintain agent nodes. Features Include in AKS. Advanced Networking Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Identity and Security Management Container health logs and monitoring GPU-enabled nodes AKS Terminology Pools are groups of nodes with identical configurations.Nodes are individual virtual…

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Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS: private clusters with AWS PrivateLink
By: Date: 03/11/2021 Categories: amazonwebservices,AWS Tags:

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) clusters can be deployed in a few ways, public, private, and private with PrivateLink. Public and private clusters both have the OpenShift cluster accessible to the internet and define whether the application workloads running on OpenShift are private or not. However, there are customers with a requirement for both the…

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Building containers images for AWS Marketplace containers-based product with AWS CodePipeline
By: Date: 26/10/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

AWS Marketplace simplifies the way customers find, subscribe, and deploy software that runs on AWS. At Re:invent 2018, AWS Marketplace for Containers was launched for customers to discover and buy container products in AWS Marketplace. The product selection spans categories such as high-performance computing, security, and developer tools. In December 2020, AWS Marketplace announced an…

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Running GPU-based container applications with Amazon ECS Anywhere
By: Date: 10/10/2021 Categories: amazonwebservices,AWS Tags:

Tens of thousands of customers have already migrated their on-premises workloads to the cloud for the past decade, however we’ve also seen a number of workloads that are not simply able to move to the cloud. Rather, those workloads are needed to remain on-premise due to data residency, network latency, regulatory, or compliance considerations. Back…

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Connect any Kubernetes cluster to Amazon EKS
By: Date: 19/09/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) now allows you to connect any Kubernetes cluster to AWS and visualize it in Amazon EKS via the AWS Management Console. You can connect any Kubernetes cluster, including Amazon EKS Anywhere clusters running on-premises, self-managed clusters on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), and other Kubernetes clusters running outside…

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Getting started with Amazon EKS Anywhere
By: Date: 11/09/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

Many customers operate their own data centers for data residency, latency, regulatory, or compliance considerations. With EKS Anywhere, you get Amazon optimized defaults for cluster configuration, machine operating systems, and 3rd-party integrations. These optimizations let you focus on your business innovations rather than complex component compatibility or disparate deployments between your on-premises and cloud environments….

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Getting started with task networking on Amazon ECS with Windows containers
By: Date: 12/08/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

In this post, we will walk through the steps for using awsvpc network mode for Windows containers running in Amazon ECS. Background: Previously, Windows tasks on Amazon ECS supported only default network mode, which relied on Docker’s default networking to set up the network stack for the containers. In the default network mode, all the containers are…

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Amazon EKS now supports Kubernetes 1.21
By: Date: 18/07/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

Kubernetes runtime changes and EKS In version 1.20, Kubernetes deprecated Dockershim, which allows Kubernetes to use Docker as a container runtime. Docker is still fully functional, but users will need to migrate to a different container runtime before support is removed in a future Kubernetes release. We’ve been hard at work making sure there is a…

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AWS App Mesh ingress and route enhancements
By: Date: 18/06/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

App Mesh is a fully managed service mesh and provides a logical boundary for network traffic between the services that reside within it. App Mesh standardizes how your services communicate, giving you end-to-end visibility and ensuring high availability for your applications. App Mesh, along with enabling a rich set of capabilities to manage east-west, inter-service…

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Introducing AWS App Runner
By: Date: 18/05/2021 Categories: AWS Tags:

App Runner provides per-second execution billing and everything you need to run secure production workloads. With a few clicks, you can have a container running with a public endpoint, verified TLS certificate, and automatic scaling. Through App Runner, you can bring your existing containers, or use the integrated container build service to go directly from…

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AWS Marketplace sessions today at re:Invent
By: Date: 08/12/2019 Categories: AWS Tags: ,

Here are your AWS Marketplace sessions for December 5. Please double-check the AWS re:Invent event catalog to confirm the date, time, and venue for your session! You can also get demos and education from 11 sellers (rotating daily) in the AWS Partner Solutions Experience in the southwest corner of the Venetian expo hall. Follow AWS re:Invent on Twitter or the #reinvent hashtag for…

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