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Serverless Framework - Run your Kubernetes Workloads on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances with Amazon EKS - Part 2
In previous article “Serverless Framework – Run your Kubernetes Workloads on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances with Amazon EKS – Part 1” we created fully functional Kubernetes cluster backed by Spot instances using AWS EKS service. In this article we will accomplish automation of converting video files uploaded to S3 bucket using Kubernetes jobs.
Serverless Framework - Run your Kubernetes Workloads on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances with Amazon EKS - Part 1
You may be already familiar with How to use AWS Fargate and Lambda for long-running processes in a Serverless app article from official Serveless blog, where Rupak Ganguly shows us how to offload heavy jobs to ECS cluster. This is very nice, but very expensive solution.
CloudFormation. How to access CodeCommit repo from EC2 instance
It is a very common task to pull your application code to EC2 instances from the Git repository. If you’re using CodeCommit as your main Git repository and CloudFormation for infrastructure management, it is very easy to launch an instance and allow it to access to that repository without storing any credentials or keys inside of it.
How to put AWS EC2 Tags to environment variables
One of the most common tasks in infrastructure automation is environment discovery. Of cause, it can be done in many several ways. Todays’s advice is for people, who are using Terraform or CloudFormation in their daily job. I’ll show you, how to provide discovery information to you EC2 instances using AWS Tags.