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One of the challenges I faced recently was the ability to autoscale my containers on my Kubernetes cluster. I realised I had not written yet about this concept and thought I would share how this can be done and what the pitfalls there were for me. 964 more words
Recently I have been playing around with microservices-based applications using the Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS). Amazon ECS is a container manager service that facilitates running a cluster of containers on top of EC2 instances. 2,165 more words
AutoSpotting now handles complex launch configurations when replacing your EC2 instances with cheaper spot ones, and also got open-sourced.
Later Update: The code is now available on Github: https://github.com/cristim/autospotting
Today I finally reached a great milestone: for the first time I was able to get AutoSpotting provide spot instance replacements for AutoScaling groups of on-demand instances having full-blown real-life configurations with things like IAM roles, enhanced monitoring and attached IP addresses. 736 more words