AWS at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023

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Join us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023, and learn about the latest AWS work on open source and Kubernetes-related projects.

McCormick Place - West Building Chicago, IL Nov 7th – Nov 9th, 2023

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About the event

Join us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2023, and learn about the latest AWS work on open source and Kubernetes-related projects. Hear AWS experts speak at several sessions as well as a featured keynote presentation. Stop by our booth and see live, interactive demos of recent AWS projects, Amazon EKS features, and AWS Support services. Don’t miss your chance to play Spot Invaders and grab some SWAG and stickers. Click here for a full agenda of AWS events at KubeCon North America 2023.

AWS Booth Demo Schedule

Tuesday, November 7th

10:30 am - Building high-performance apps & controlling costs with CNCF projects Modern applications are composed of diverse design patterns, such as event-driven architectures, microservices, and data on Kubernetes, among others. Due to the unique nature of these applications, they require scaling based on metrics beyond the traditional CPU and memory usage. In this session, learn how to use CNCF Karpenter (part of Kubernetes Autoscaling SIG) and CNCF KEDA to scale your application from zero to (near) infinity and back to zero, ensuring performance meets the desired SLOs while considering cost optimization.

10:30 am - Managed Container Observability from AWS Monitoring & Observability Come check out what's new with AWS Observability, demo the latest launches rolling out this week, meet our experts and learn how efficient monitoring can enhance your application performance. See the demo for Amazon Managed service for Prometheus (AMP), a Prometheus-compatible service that monitors and provides alerts on containerized applications and infrastructure at scale. The service is integrated with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry. With Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights, you get an overview of your EKS environment and can drill down and take proactive actions, even without alarms set up. We also have a demo where you can discover how CloudWatch Container Insights now provides full container visibility and removes observability overhead.

10:30 am - Amazon EKS multi-cluster topologies: The GitOps Bridge pattern With the growing need for scalable and resilient multi-cluster environments, the combination of infrastructure as code (IaC) and Argo CD using Amazon EKS Blueprints brings automation and declarative management to the forefront of the deployment process. This session showcases practical examples, hands-on interaction with the technology stack, and insights into best practices. Learn how to bridge the gap between IaC and applications, streamline deployments, and harness the full power of cloud-native solutions in multi-cluster Kubernetes environments. Join us to embrace the future of GitOps and discover how to modernize your development and operations in the AWS Cloud.

10:30 am - AWS Community Builder: Ask me anything Come connect with AWS Community Builder, Matt Stratton

2:00 pm - Creating Amazon EKS clusters with third-party observability tools Organizations are rapidly adopting containers and Amazon EKS to achieve efficiency and scale across infrastructure environments. To run Kubernetes in production, the best practice is to deploy operational software for monitoring, security, storage, and networking, which many users select from a range of ISVs. In this session, learn how you can build production-ready clusters with observability tools prebuilt in the Amazon EKS cluster using automation tools like Terraform or AWS CloudFormation.

2:00 pm - Kubernetes threat detection in multiple layers This session features a live demo with hands-on lab materials, where you learn how to detect, alert, and investigate potential threats and suspicious security events in Amazon EKS. See how you can do this using Amazon GuardDuty’s different layers of protections, including malware protection, Amazon EKS Audit Log Monitoring, and Amazon EKS Runtime Monitoring.

2:00 pm - Notebooks as a service Jupyter notebooks have become the go-to development environment for data scientists, machine learning engineers, and a diverse array of professionals. In this session, learn how Jupyter notebooks seamlessly blend code, visualizations, and explanatory text together, creating an interactive narrative of data exploration, preparation, and ML model development.

2:00 pm - Easily setup monitoring for your Amazon EKS cluster through Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus It can get overwhelming when you are starting to setup monitoring for your Amazon EKS infrastructure. Come join this session to learn about AWS Observability Accelerator for Terraform where we show you how you can make use of these toolsets to setup monitoring through a set of opinionated dashboards, alerts, etc.

2:00 pm - AWS Community Builder: Ask me anything Come connect with AWS Hero & CNCF Ambassador, Liz Rice, and see Cilium in action

6:00 pm - Optimize cost and improve scalability with Karpenter on Kubernetes Karpenter is an open source auto scaling solution that simplifies Kubernetes by launching the right compute resources for the application workloads while responding quickly and automatically to changes in application load and resource requirements. In this session, learn how Karpenter can lower compute costs by replacing expensive nodes with cheaper alternatives, removing under-utilized nodes and consolidating workloads into more efficient compute resources. Hear how Karpenter can significantly improve efficiency and the cost of running workloads on a given cluster. It requires very little to no configuration, providing a better operational experience for cluster administrators.

6:00 pm - Building a secure software factory on AWS using Amazon EKS Modern information systems within regulated environments need to develop software with security at the forefront. Increasingly, organizations are adopting DevSecOps and secure software factory patterns to improve the security of their software supply chains. Organizations across the globe are modernizing their software practices to deliver secure, resilient software at the speed of relevance. In this session, learn about security in software supply chains and how to build a secure software factory that aligns with DevSecOps initiatives. See this demonstrated by deploying code from source to an Amazon EKS environment through a secure software factory.

6:00 pm - Modernize data processing with Spark on Amazon EKS Spark has become the go-to data processing tool because of its speed, scalability, and community support. Since Spark 2.3 introduced support for Kubernetes, users have been moving their Spark jobs to Kubernetes to create more reliable, scalable, resource-efficient data processing platforms. This session demonstrates how to deploy and scale Spark on an Amazon EKS cluster using Spark Operator to manage Spark jobs, Apache YuniKorn for batch scheduling, and Karpenter for autoscaling to create a reliable, scalable, cost-efficient data processing environment on Kubernetes.

6:00 pm - AWS Partner: StormForge StormForge will highlight how customers can maximize the cost performance of their Kubernetes clusters in EKS by deploying its Optimize Live tool in conjunction with Karpenter. To truly maximize cost performance, customers must right-size their node consumption (with Karpenter) as well as their workload resource requests (with Optimize Live). By implementing both tools, Kubernetes customers on AWS have an ultimate leg up on maximizing cost performance and ROI for their cloud native investments.

6:00 pm - Managed Container Observability from AWS Monitoring & Observability Come check out what's new with AWS Observability, demo the latest launches rolling out this week, meet our experts and learn how efficient monitoring can enhance your application performance. See the demo for Amazon Managed service for Prometheus (AMP), a Prometheus-compatible service that monitors and provides alerts on containerized applications and infrastructure at scale. The service is integrated with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry. With Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights, you get an overview of your EKS environment and can drill down and take proactive actions, even without alarms set up. We also have a demo where you can discover how CloudWatch Container Insights now provides full container visibility and removes observability overhead.

Wednesday, November 8th

10:30 am - Cost attribution for shared Amazon EKS clusters is easier than ever Kubecost is widely used by customers running their workloads on Amazon EKS. It makes cost allocation and attribution simple, which allows you to easily charge shared resources across teams. In this demo, see how you can configure Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus to store Kubecost metrics and monitor costs across multiple Amazon EKS clusters at no cost.

10:30 am - AWS Community Builder: Ask me anything Come connect with AWS Community Builders and CNCF Ambassadors, Ana Medina & Julia Furst Murgado

10:30 am - GitOps: Unlocking the power of Kubernetes cluster management Join this session to discover the ins and outs of provisioning and configuring Kubernetes clusters using the cutting-edge GitOps approach. Witness the seamless integration as we demonstrate how to build an event-driven workflow to automatically register provisioned clusters to the central GitOps platform, empowering developers to effortlessly deploy their applications without the hassle of manual configuration. Through live demonstration, see how popular open source tools like Argo CD, Argo Events, Argo Workflows, and Crossplane seamlessly work together to create a powerful and efficient provisioning pipeline.

10:30 am - AWS Partner: Aqua Security Discover how Aqua Security can enhance the security of your active workloads while preserving their immutability. Ensure that your Amazon EKS applications can seamlessly execute their intended functions with confidence, supported by our operational expertise and outstanding cost performance in a secure, highly scalable, and reliable Kubernetes environment.

2:00 pm - Optimize cost and improve scalability with Karpenter on Kubernetes Karpenter is an open source auto scaling solution that simplifies Kubernetes by launching the right compute resources for the application workloads while responding quickly and automatically to changes in application load and resource requirements. In this session, learn how Karpenter can lower compute costs by replacing expensive nodes with cheaper alternatives, removing under-utilized nodes and consolidating workloads into more efficient compute resources. Hear how Karpenter can significantly improve efficiency and the cost of running workloads on a given cluster. It requires very little to no configuration, providing a better operational experience for cluster administrators.

2:00 pm - Implementing disaster recovery for Amazon EKS clusters In this session, see a demo of how to implement different DR strategies for Amazon EKS clusters: backup/restore, pilot light, warm standby, and multi-site active/active. The demo showcases how a controller can be built for the DR deployment pipeline that will keep the primary and DR clusters synchronized. The solution shows how to use Valero for backup and restore strategies, and how Argo CD can be implemented for other DR strategies. The session also focuses on AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter to automate remediation of DR issues.

2:00 pm - CDK8s: New features for easy cloud infrastructure utilization CDK8s provides user-friendly APIs in well-known programming languages for creating Kubernetes manifests. In this session, explore a novel feature that enables CDK8s charts to be transformed into formats compatible with Helm – a widely used CNCF tool for Kubernetes application management. This integration allows manifest deployment via Helm. The demo in this session also illustrates the streamlined process of importing Helm charts into CDK8s, automating the synthesis of manifests. The demo reveals how CDK8s integrates the cloud infrastructure into Kubernetes applications. Resources defined in infrastructure provisioning applications (like AWS CDK or CDKTF) seamlessly merge with CDK8s, resolving values during manifest synthesis after infrastructure deployment.

2:00 pm - AWS Community Builder: Ask me anything Come connect with AWS Community Builder and CNCF Ambassador, Kat Cosgrove

2:00 pm - Managed Container Observability from AWS Monitoring & Observability Come check out what's new with AWS Observability, demo the latest launches rolling out this week, meet our experts and learn how efficient monitoring can enhance your application performance. See the demo for Amazon Managed service for Prometheus (AMP), a Prometheus-compatible service that monitors and provides alerts on containerized applications and infrastructure at scale. The service is integrated with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry. With Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights, you get an overview of your EKS environment and can drill down and take proactive actions, even without alarms set up. We also have a demo where you can discover how CloudWatch Container Insights now provides full container visibility and removes observability overhead.

Thursday, November 9th

10:30 am - Kubernetes threat detection in multiple layers This session features a live demo with hands-on lab materials, where you learn how to detect, alert, and investigate potential threats and suspicious security events in Amazon EKS. See how you can do this using Amazon GuardDuty’s different layers of protections, including malware protection, Amazon EKS Audit Log Monitoring, and Amazon EKS Runtime Monitoring.

10:30 am - Agentless Prometheus metric collection from Amazon EKS clusters In this session, see a demo of how you can collect Prometheus metrics from Amazon EKS environments without deploying and managing the lifecycle of an agent.

10:30 am - Powering generative AI with Amazon EKS: Inferencing & GPU optimization Experience the future of generative AI with Kubernetes in this session. Discover how Amazon EKS powers real-time, cost-effective deployment of high-quality generative AI models for real-time inferencing while keeping the costs under control on shared GPU nodes. Our demo showcases seamless Kubernetes orchestration, from Amazon EKS add-ons to GPU optimization. Witness the fusion of AI and Kubernetes, creating efficient, self-managed ML platforms.

10:30 am - AWS Partner: Tetrate Tetrate recently launched Tetrate Service Express - an exclusive service mesh for EKS based on Istio. Using TSE, we will demonstrate easily achieving HA within AWS clusters, regions and zones; securing container-based services and control access to these services to other teams or external users

10:30 am - Spot invaders: Build fault-tolerant apps with chaos engineering Join this session to see a live demo using a chaos engineering version of your favorite arcade game and see how fault-tolerant, well-architected applications can make the most of Spot Instances. In this session, see how Karpenter implements the best practices to make the most of instance diversification leading to cost-optimized clusters. Hear how you can use AWS Fault Injection Simulator and AWS Resilience Hub to test the resiliency of your applications and cluster setup.

Click here for a full agenda of AWS events at KubeCon North America 2023.

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