AWS App2Container (A2C) now helps EKS Blueprints for putting in a controlled Kubernetes cluster on AWS. With this unencumber, we’re making it more uncomplicated and sooner to make use of A2C to deploy to clusters created the usage of EKS Blueprints. Consumers can leverage App2Container equipped Kubernetes manifests with present EKS infrastructure. With this option, shoppers can configure CPU and Reminiscence limits for A2C created software pods. Consumers too can create ingress configurations the usage of AWS Software Load Balancer (ALB) or NGINX with AWS Community Load Balancer (NLB).
AWS App2Container (A2C) is a command-line instrument for modernizing .NET and Java packages into containerized packages. A2C analyzes and builds a list of all packages working in digital machines, on premises, or within the cloud. You merely make a selection the applying you wish to have to containerize, and A2C programs the applying artifact and recognized dependencies into container photographs, configures the community ports, and generates the ECS job and Kubernetes pod definitions.
EKS Blueprints is a number of Infrastructure as Code (IaC) modules to help you configure and deploy constant, batteries-included EKS clusters throughout accounts and areas. You’ll use EKS Blueprints to simply bootstrap an EKS cluster with Amazon EKS add-ons in addition to quite a lot of standard open-source add-ons, together with Prometheus, Karpenter, NGINX, Traefik, AWS Load Balancer Controller, Fluent Bit, Keda, Argo CD, and extra.
To be told extra, discuss with App2Container technical documentation for the usage of A2C with EKS Blueprints.