What is AWS Controllers for Kubernetes?
It lets you define and use AWS service resources directly from Kubernetes. With ACK, you can take advantage of AWS managed services for your Kubernetes applications without needing to define resources outside of the cluster or run services that provide supporting capabilities like databases or message queues within the cluster.
AWS Controllers for Kubernetes is a tool in the Container Tools category of a tech stack.
AWS Controllers for Kubernetes is an open source tool with 952 GitHub stars and 76 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to AWS Controllers for Kubernetes's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses AWS Controllers for Kubernetes?
AWS Controllers for Kubernetes Integrations
AWS Controllers for Kubernetes's Features
- Define and use AWS service resources directly from Kubernetes
- Take advantage of AWS managed services for your Kubernetes applications
AWS Controllers for Kubernetes Alternatives & Comparisons
What are some alternatives to AWS Controllers for Kubernetes?
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