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Introduzione ad Amazon EKS


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Durante il webinar discuteremo brevemente le varie opzioni disponibili per utilizzare Kubernetes su Amazon Web Services con un forte focus su Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes. Amazon EKS è il servizio gestito indirizzato ai clienti che usano o vogliono usare Kubernetes ma che preferiscono demandare la gestione del famoso software open-source ad AWS.

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Introduzione ad Amazon EKS

  1. 1. AWS Online Tech Talks La serie di webinar AWS in Italiano Introduzione ad Amazon EKS Speaker Massimo Re Ferre Principal Solutions Architect, AWS Obiettivi  Capire le varie modalita’ di deployment di Kubernetes su AWS  Apprendere le funzionalita’ del servizio Amazon EKS  Approfondire le tematiche di integrazione di Amazon EKS con gli altri servizi AWS apire come analizzare tracce audio, partendo dalla trascrizione, batch o live del parlato in italiano
  2. 2. An Introduction to Amazon EKS February 12th 2019 Massimo Re Ferrè Principal Solutions Architect @ Amazon Web Services © 2019, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved.
  3. 3. What is Kubernetes? “Kubernetes is an open source system for managing containerized applications across multiple hosts; providing basic mechanisms for deployment, maintenance, and scaling of applications.”
  4. 4. Kubernetes is a platform that can… • Schedule container deployments (e.g. instantiate 100 containers on these 8 nodes) • Enforce configurations (e.g. keep 100 containers up and running at all time) • Manage lifecycle of applications (e.g. green/blue deployments) • Manage persistency (e.g. create volumes and assign those to containers/pods) • Streamline network configurations (e.g. all containers/pods can talk to each others) • Manage service discovery (e.g. all containers/pods can reach each others by name) • Provide advanced network configurations (e.g. load balance across these 100 containers) • Provide advanced routing configurations (e.g. expose these 100 containers with this DNS name) • Ensure role based access (e.g. you can only access that particular namespace) • And more…
  5. 5. How does a Kubernetes deployment look like?
  6. 6. AWS Lambda Amazon EC2 Bare Metal VMcontainerfunction Amazon Lightsail Levelofabstraction Provider space (managed by AWS) Consumer space (managed by the customer) Amazon ECS physicalserver
  7. 7. DIY Kubernetes
  8. 8. AWS Lambda Amazon EC2 Bare Metal Amazon EKS VMcontainerfunction Amazon Lightsail Levelofabstraction Provider space (managed by AWS) Consumer space (managed by the customer) Amazon ECS physicalserver
  9. 9. What’s EKS? “Run Kubernetes for me.”
  10. 10. What customers asked us “Give us an upstream experience.” “Please don’t fork.” “Make sure it’s compatible”
  11. 11. EKS (High level architecture) Availability Zone 1 Master Master Availability Zone 2 Availability Zone 3 Master Workers Workers Workers Customer Account AWS Managed
  12. 12. Availability Zone 1 Etcd Controller Etcd Controller Availability Zone 2 Availability Zone 3 Etcd Controller
  13. 13. EKS (High level consumption flow) Availability Zone 1 Availability Zone 2 Availability Zone 3 Kubectl
  14. 14. EKS (API Authentication) Kubectl 3) Authorizes AWS Identity with RBAC K8s API 1) Passes AWS Identity 2) Verifies AWS Identity 4) K8s action allowed/denied AWS Auth
  15. 15. EKS and AD Integration
  16. 16. EKS (network overlay) Nginx Pod Java Pod ENI Secondary IPs: Veth IP: Veth IP: Nginx Pod Java Pod ENI Veth IP: Veth IP: Secondary IPs: VPC Subnet – Instance 1 Instance 2
  17. 17. How do you expose services with EKS? ELB support via Service of type LoadBalancer NLB support via Service of type LoadBalancer - via annotation ALB Ingress (
  18. 18. Amazon Elastic File System (EFS)
  19. 19. EFS Integration with K8S
  20. 20. Autoscaling - Horizontal Pod Autoscaling (managed by kubernetes) - Limited touch point with AWS - Supports custom metrics - Cluster Autoscaler (managed by kubernetes) - Integrates with AWS Autoscaling (triggers changes in desired state) - Avoid using AWS Autoscaling policies (not workloads aware)
  21. 21. EKS Control Plane
  22. 22. Roadmap
  23. 23. Call to action / proposal: ?
  24. 24. 12 Marzo 2019 | MiCo - Centro Congressi
  25. 25. Thank You! Mail: Twitter: @mreferre