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Kubernetes in Production Best Practices: EKS

 
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Hello,

Looking at the index, I can see more references to AWS EKS than a native Kubernetes approach. Maybe the book handles k8s transversal, and EKS is a simple example?

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German
 
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Hi German,

We use EKS in our book "Kubernetes in Production Best Practices", but the book is not about EKS, we used it because we needed our users to use one of the common managed k8s services, but there is nothing specific to EKS. The best practices and design guidelines, and even most of the implementations are transferable to any other k8s distribution.


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Aly
 
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