Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Adds IPv6 Networking

Starting today, you can deploy applications that use IPv6 address space on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS). Many of our customers are standardizing Kubernetes as their compute infrastructure platform for cloud and on-premises applications. Amazon EKS makes it easy to deploy containerized workloads. It provides highly available clusters and automates tasks such as patching, node Read more about Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Adds IPv6 Networking[…]

Use Containers as Build Agents

A continuous integration environment is a mixed bag of machines, platforms, build toolchains and operating systems. Ideally, you want as much flexibility as possible in managing these environments. You want your build machines to be interchangeable and you don’t want to tie your builds to a particular machine. Using containers as build agents is an Read more about Use Containers as Build Agents[…]

New – AWS Proton Supports Terraform and Git Repositories to Manage Templates

Today we are announcing the launch of two features for AWS Proton. First, the most requested one in the AWS Proton open roadmap, to define and provision infrastructure using Terraform. Second, the capability to manage AWS Proton templates directly from Git repositories. AWS Proton is a fully managed application delivery service for containers and serverless Read more about New – AWS Proton Supports Terraform and Git Repositories to Manage Templates[…]

What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 2.0

As the adoption of containers and Kubernetes increases to drive application modernization, IT organizations must find ways to easily deploy and manage multiple Kubernetes clusters across regions, both residing in the public cloud and/or on-premises, and all the way to the edge. As such, we continue to expand on the capabilities of our Certified Ansible Read more about What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 2.0[…]

Getting Started with Amazon ECS Anywhere – Now Generally Available

Since Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) was launched in 2014, AWS has released other options for running Amazon ECS tasks outside of an AWS Region such as AWS Wavelength, an offering for mobile edge devices or AWS Outposts, a service that extends to customers’ environments using hardware owned and fully managed by AWS. But Read more about Getting Started with Amazon ECS Anywhere – Now Generally Available[…]

New – AWS App Runner: From Code to a Scalable, Secure Web Application in Minutes

Containers have become the default way that I package my web applications. Although I love the speed, productivity, and consistency that containers provide, there is one aspect of the container development workflow that I do not like: the lengthy routine I go through when I deploy a container image for the first time. You might Read more about New – AWS App Runner: From Code to a Scalable, Secure Web Application in Minutes[…]

Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May

Modern Apps Live is a series of events about modern application development that will be live-streaming on Twitch in May. Session topics include serverless, containers, and mobile and front-end development. If you’re not familiar, modern applications are those that: Can scale quickly to millions of users. Have global availability. Manage a lot of data (we’re talking exabytes of Read more about Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May[…]

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS Now GA

Our customers come to AWS with many different experiences and skill sets, and we are continually thinking about how we can make them feel at home on AWS. In this spirit, we are proud to launch Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), which allows customers familiar with Red Hat OpenShift tooling and APIs to Read more about Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS Now GA[…]

What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 1.2

Businesses continue to have a high demand for automation. This is not limited to infrastructure components, but stretches across the entire IT, including the platforms supporting application deployments. Here often Kubernetes is the way to go – and why in November we released the first Certified Content Collection for deploying and managing Kubernetes applications and Read more about What’s New in the Ansible Content Collection for Kubernetes – 1.2[…]

Fast vs Easy: Benchmarking Ansible Operators for Kubernetes

With Kubernetes, you get a lot of powerful functionality that makes it relatively easy to manage and scale simple applications and API services right out of the box. These simple apps are generally stateless, so the Kubernetes can deploy, scale and recover from failures without any specific knowledge. But what if Kubernetes native capabilities are Read more about Fast vs Easy: Benchmarking Ansible Operators for Kubernetes[…]