Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is a fully managed Kubernetes service. Customers such as Intel, Snap, Intuit, GoDaddy, and Autodesk trust EKS to run their most sensitive and mission critical applications because of its security, reliability, and scalability.

EKS is the best place to run Kubernetes for several reasons. First, you can choose to run your EKS clusters using AWS Fargate, which is serverless compute for containers. Fargate removes the need to provision and manage servers, lets you specify and pay for resources per application, and improves security through application isolation by design. Second, EKS is deeply integrated with services such as Amazon CloudWatch, Auto Scaling Groups, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), providing you a seamless experience to monitor, scale, and load-balance your applications. Third, EKS integrates with AWS App Mesh and provides a Kubernetes native experience to consume service mesh features and bring rich observability, traffic controls and security features to applications. Additionally, EKS provides a scalable and highly-available control plane that runs across multiple availability zones to eliminate a single point of failure.

EKS runs upstream Kubernetes and is certified Kubernetes conformant so you can leverage all benefits of open source tooling from the community. You can also easily migrate any standard Kubernetes application to EKS without needing to refactor your code.

Below are the cmdlets which are available with Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes

Add-EKSResourceTag                                 TagResource                                   
Get-EKSCluster                                     DescribeCluster                               
Get-EKSClusterList                                 ListClusters                                  
Get-EKSFargateProfile                              DescribeFargateProfile                        
Get-EKSFargateProfileList                          ListFargateProfiles                           
Get-EKSNodegroup                                   DescribeNodegroup                             
Get-EKSNodegroupList                               ListNodegroups                                
Get-EKSResourceTag                                 ListTagsForResource                           
Get-EKSUpdate                                      DescribeUpdate                                
Get-EKSUpdateList                                  ListUpdates                                   
New-EKSCluster                                     CreateCluster                                 
New-EKSFargateProfile                              CreateFargateProfile                          
New-EKSNodegroup                                   CreateNodegroup                               
Remove-EKSCluster                                  DeleteCluster                                 
Remove-EKSFargateProfile                           DeleteFargateProfile                          
Remove-EKSNodegroup                                DeleteNodegroup                               
Remove-EKSResourceTag                              UntagResource                                 
Update-EKSClusterConfig                            UpdateClusterConfig                           
Update-EKSClusterVersion                           UpdateClusterVersion                          
Update-EKSNodegroupConfig                          UpdateNodegroupConfig                         
Update-EKSNodegroupVersion                         UpdateNodegroupVersion                        

You can also check other AWS Services, and each services cmdlets we are providing.

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