AWS This Week: ECS Anywhere and Amazon Location Service now in GA

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Alex Galvin is here with your weekly dose of AWS news and updates! This Week, run ECS workloads on-prem with ECS Anywhere, which is now generally available; Amazon Location Service is now also generally available, with new routing and satellite imagery capabilities; introducing Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics Studio; and AWS announce a new region in the UAE.

Introduction (0:00)
Getting started with ECS Anywhere (0:43)
Amazon Location Service is now available (1:45)
AWS launches Kinesis Data Analytics Studio (2:25)
New AWS region in the United Arab Emirates (3:04)

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AWS This Week: ECS Anywhere and Amazon Location Service now in GA

AWS This Week: ECS Anywhere and Amazon Location Service now in GA

**Take our YouTube experience survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/acgyoutube

Alex Galvin is here with your weekly dose of AWS news and updates! This Week, run ECS workloads on-prem with ECS Anywhere, which is now generally available; Amazon Location Service is now also generally available, with new routing and satellite imagery capabilities; introducing Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics Studio; and AWS announce a new region in the UAE.

Introduction (0:00)
Getting started with ECS Anywhere (0:43)
Amazon Location Service is now available (1:45)
AWS launches Kinesis Data Analytics Studio (2:25)
New AWS region in the United Arab Emirates (3:04)

Subscribe to A Cloud Guru for weekly AWS news updates
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Ajay Kapoor

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AWS Development Company | Amazon Web Development Services

PixelCrayons provides its clients with best-in-class AWS development services in India. They are backed by a team of 500+ professionals and help to reduce the operational overhead and risk of the organisations.

AWS development services aid in automating simple activities, such as to request change, monitoring, patch management, security, and backup services. Our services are efficient to provide the full-lifecycle services to establish, run, plus support IT infrastructure.

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PixelCrayons AWS Managed Services relieves you from infrastructure operations to provide direct access to resources toward distinguishing your business.

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How to Upload to Amazon S3 via AWS CLI and NPM scripts

Static websites are a brilliant way to create performant sites. My website is built using Gatsby and hosted on Amazon S3. I have created a simple script to help you quickly upload your site to S3 by running one simple command in your project terminal.

Prerequisites

Before we start, you must ensure that you have completed the following:

  • Install AWS CLI (Amazon Web Services Command Line Interface) on your machine.
  • Create a bucket in Amazon S3 (this is where we will be uploading our project files to).

This guide assumes that you have some familiarity navigating the AWS Console and each Amazon Web Service.

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AWS Fargate for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service | Caylent

On-demand cloud computing brings new ways to ensure scalability and efficiency. Rather than pre-allocating and managing certain server resources or having to go through the usual process of setting up a cloud cluster, apps and microservices can now rely on on-demand serverless computing blocks designed to be efficient and highly optimized.

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) already makes running Kubernetes on AWS very easy. Support for AWS Fargate, which introduces the on-demand serverless computing element to the environment, makes deploying Kubernetes pods even easier and more efficient. AWS Fargate offers a wide range of features that make managing clusters and pods intuitive.

Utilizing Fargate
As with many other AWS services, using Fargate to manage Kubernetes clusters is very easy to do. To integrate Fargate and run a cluster on top of it, you only need to add the command –fargate to the end of your eksctl command.

EKS automatically configures the cluster to run on Fargate. It creates a pod execution role so that pod creation and management can be automated in an on-demand environment. It also patches coredns so the cluster can run smoothly on Fargate.

A Fargate profile is automatically created by the command. You can choose to customize the profile later or configure namespaces yourself, but the default profile is suitable for a wide range of applications already, requiring no human input other than a namespace for the cluster.

There are some prerequisites to keep in mind though. For starters, Fargate requires eksctl version 0.20.0 or later. Fargate also comes with some limitations, starting with support for only a handful of regions. For example, Fargate doesn’t support stateful apps, DaemonSets or privileged containers at the moment. Check out this link for Fargate limitations for your consideration.

Support for conventional load balancing is also limited, which is why ALB Ingress Controller is recommended. At the time of this writing, Classic Load Balancers and Network Load Balancers are not supported yet.

However, you can still be very meticulous in how you manage your clusters, including using different clusters to separate trusted and untrusted workloads.

Everything else is straightforward. Once the cluster is created, you can begin specifying pod execution roles for Fargate. You have the ability to use IAM console to create a role and assign it to a Fargate cluster. Or you can also create IAM roles and Fargate profiles via Terraform.

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Rory  West

Rory West

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Essential Guide to Accessing Your AWS Account

Hey there. You just created your first AWS account, and you can’t wait to dive into all the exciting services and technologies that AWS has to offer you to start to build the next big thing. But, wait for a second… are you going to log-in with your root account credentials? Or it’s better to generate a new user? Or maybe use a role?

Slow down a minute, and by the end of the blog post, I promise you will be able to choose the best way to access your AWS account securely.

Beware, though, we will consider access to a single aws account as we will cover multi-account strategies the next time. We need to walk before we can run, right?

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