Amazon EKS Architecture Introduction

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      Michael Walsh
      May 08, 2022 09:00 am Reply

      Thanks for sharing this Stephane.

      I was actually waiting for a discount to show up on this course on Udemy as it was 90 euros but now I've bought it with the discounted link. Thanks so much!

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      palani samy
      May 08, 2022 09:00 am Reply

      Hi Maarek, Thanks for the video

      Do you have session for EKS cluster autoscale?

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      Mythoughts Ntalks
      May 08, 2022 09:00 am Reply

      Hi, does anyone come across repaying on elks cluster happen. In the creation template we can configure when it can happen, but I would like to catch the replace event and perform a custom shutdown of my app before elks does. Please help

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      Tainã ROHWEDER
      May 08, 2022 09:00 am Reply

      One thing to add is EKS has a Network Load Balancer(NLB) front of the master nodes and this NLB is included on EKS box, so you don't have to create it. So the Cluster URL is actually the NLB behind the scene.

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