Kubernetes on AWS
AWS Kubernetes and DoiT
However, AWS Kubernetes makes it easier to negotiate the challenges. With Kubernetes on AWS, you can manage the infrastructure yourself with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), or use Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and get an automatically provisioned, managed Kubernetes control plane. Whichever path you choose, the result is powerful, community-backed integrations to AWS services including Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) and service discovery.
Lean on DoiT for our broad, deep skills in Kubernetes on AWS. Your team can focus on creating and enhancing the products and services that generate most business value for your organization, while our team offers the experience and expertise to build, scale and innovate your cloud applications.
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Understanding Kubernetes on AWS
A managed Kubernetes service for running Kubernetes in the AWS cloud and on-premises data centers, Amazon EKS automatically manages the availability and scalability of the Kubernetes control plane nodes that take care of such important tasks as scheduling containers, managing application availability and storing cluster data.
With Amazon EKS, you can fully leverage your AWS infrastructure’s performance, scale, reliability and availability and implement integrations with a range of AWS networking and security services. It also enables access to other AWS services such as IAM, AutoScaling and CloudWatch.
Learning how to manage all of this can be challenging. In fact, the more you learn, the more you discover how much more there is to learn. That’s where DoiT comes in. Our team has the skills and experience to guide you on best practices and advanced techniques around AWS Kubernetes.
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