Amazon EKS
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Related Projects

These open source projects extend the functionality of Kubernetes clusters running on AWS, including clusters managed by Amazon EKS.

Related management tools for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

eksctl is a simple CLI tool for creating clusters on Amazon EKS.

AWS Service Operator allows you to create AWS resources using kubectl.

Related networking projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

Amazon EKS supports native VPC networking via the Amazon VPC CNI plugin for Kubernetes. Using this CNI plugin allows Kubernetes pods to have the same IP address inside the pod as they do on the VPC network. For more information, see Pod Networking and CNI Configuration Variables.

The AWS ALB Ingress Controller satisfies Kubernetes ingress resources by provisioning Application Load Balancers.

ExternalDNS synchronizes exposed Kubernetes services and ingresses with DNS providers including Amazon Route 53 and AWS Service Discovery.

Related security projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

A tool to use AWS IAM credentials to authenticate to a Kubernetes cluster. For more information, see Installing aws-iam-authenticator.

Related storage projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

The Amazon Elastic File System Container Storage Interface (CSI) Driver implements the CSI specification for container orchestrators to manage the lifecycle of Amazon EFS resources.

Related machine learning projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

A machine learning toolkit for Kubernetes.

Related auto scaling projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

Cluster Autoscaler is a tool that automatically adjusts the size of the Kubernetes cluster based on CPU and memory pressure.

Escalator is a batch or job optimized horizontal autoscaler for Kubernetes.

Related monitoring projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

Prometheus is an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit.

Related CI/CD projects for Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.

CI/CD solution for modern cloud applications on Amazon EKS and Kubernetes clusters.