Saturday, June 09, 2018

Amazon Container Services Learning Resources

Amazon Container Services Learning Resources

I love speaking with customers and colleagues about containers and microservices. There are so many great resources out there to help you get started out with these exciting technologies and patterns on AWS. I've started to compile a list of some of my favorites.

 If you know of any others, please comment below and I'll get them added. Enjoy.

Catsndogs.lol

This is self-paced workshop designed to allow developers and system administrators to get hands on with Amazon Elastic Container Service concepts such as service and container-instance auto-scaling, spot-fleet integration, container placement strategies, service discovery, secrets management with AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store, time-based and event-based scheduling, and automated deployment pipelines.


https://github.com/aws-samples/amazon-ecs-catsndogs-workshop 




ECS Workshop

This workshop is designed to educate engineers that might not be familiar with Fargate, ECS, and possibly even Docker container workflow.

https://ecsworkshop.com



Kubernetes the AWSome Way!

This is a self-paced workshop designed for Development and Operations teams who would like to leverage Kubernetes on Amazon Web Services (AWS).


https://github.com/aws-samples/aws-workshop-for-kubernetes



Deploying Microservices on AWS Cloud

An exploration, with examples, of a few of the different options avaialble for deploying microservices on AWS. These include Amazon ECS, Kubernetes and AWS Lambda.

https://github.com/aws-samples/aws-microservices-deploy-options 







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My name is Mitch Beaumont and I've been a technology professional since 1999. I began my career working as a desk-side support engineer for a medical devices company in a small town in the middle of England (Ashby De La Zouch). I then joined IBM Global Services where I began specialising in customer projects which were based on and around Citrix technologies. Following a couple of very enjoyable years with IBM I relocated to London to work as a system operations engineer for a large law firm where I responsible for the day to day operations and development of the firms global Citrix infrastructure. In 2006 I was offered a position in Sydney, Australia. Since then I've had the privilege of working for and with a number of companies in various technology roles including as a Solutions Architect and Technical team leader.