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Deploying Kubernetes on Public Clouds is hard – or is it?

By Stephan Fabel on 13 August 2018

Automate your Kubernetes deployments on AWS, Azure, and Google Recently, there’s been talk about how Kubernetes has become hard to deploy and run on virtual substrates such as those offered by the public clouds. Indeed, the cloud-specific…

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Ubuntu to host containers in Amazon’s (EKS) for container portability

By Canonical on 6 June 2018

The benefits of Ubuntu optimisation by Amazon and Canonical now extend to Amazon’s Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) with Ubuntu worker nodes hosting high performance Docker containers in AWS. This creates perfect portability…

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conjure-up dev summary: aws native integration, vsphere <3, and ADDONS

By Adam Stokes on 19 August 2017

This cycle is aimed at bringing you closer to your cloud provider of choice, advanced configuration options, and to Just Do More with addons.

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Ubuntu on AWS gets serious performance boost with AWS-tuned kernel

By Udi Nachmany on 5 April 2017

Canonical and Amazon Web Services have been working closely together to create the best experience of the world’s most popular cloud OS, on the world’s most popular public cloud. Official Ubuntu guest images have been available on AWS for…

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Deploying Kubernetes on AWS, GCE and bare metal

By Jorge O. Castro on 2 March 2017

As part of of the weekly Kubernetes Community meeting Marco Ceppi deploys a fully functional Kubernetes cluster on AWS, GCE, and bare metal. If you’re interested in bare metal Kubernetes, we invite you to join us and other…

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GPUs and Kubernetes for deep learning — Part 1/3

By Samuel Cozannet on 15 February 2017

A few weeks ago I shared a side project about Building a DYI GPU cluster for k8s to play with Kubernetes with a proper ROI vs. AWS g2 instances. This was spectacularly interesting when AWS was lagging behind with old nVidia K20s cards…

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Webinar: Getting started with the Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes

By Cezzaine Zaher on 10 February 2017

Discover the simplest and easiest way to stand up and operate a Kubernetes cluster in AWS. Watch our webinar! The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes is a pure-upstream distribution that delivers you the latest version of Kubernetes with…

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Automate the deployment of Kubernetes in existing AWS infrastructure

By Samuel Cozannet on 8 February 2017

When I talk about Ubuntu and Kubernetes, and how we deploy the latter at Canonical using Juju, the main question I get is: Can you deploy in an existing infrastructure? Often, existing infrastructure means the VPC and/or subnets that I…

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Deploying The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes onto AWS

By James Donner on 27 January 2017

  This week, we announced the availability of release 1.5.2 of The Canonical Distribution of Kubernetes. This is a pure upstream kubernetes developed in collaboration with Google that works across all major public clouds and private…

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Canonical and AWS partner to deliver world-class support in the cloud

By Udi Nachmany on 28 November 2016

In today’s software world, support is many times an afterthought or an expensive contract used only to keep-up with the latest patches, updates, and versions. Hidden costs to upgrade software, including downtime, scheduling, and planning…

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Using Snappy Ubuntu Core on Certified Public Clouds

By Udi Nachmany on 16 April 2015

In December we announced Snappy Ubuntu Core for the public cloud, and its availability in beta on Microsoft Windows Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine, as well as Vagrant. Snappy is the smallest, leanest Ubuntu ever,…