Liveblog: IPv6 in the Cloud - Protocol and Service Overview

Scott Lowe

This is a liveblog of an AWS re:Invent 2017 breakout session titled “IPv6 in the Cloud: Protocol and Service Overview.” Halachmi starts the session promptly at 11:30am (the scheduled start time) by reviewing the current state of IP4 exhaustion, then quickly moves to a “state of the state” regarding IPv6 adoption on the Internet. Global IPv6 adoption is currently around 22%, and is expected to hit 25% by the end of the year.

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New Route 53 and ELB features: IPv6, Zone Apex, WRR and more.

All Things Distributed

New Route 53 and ELB features: IPv6, Zone Apex, WRR and more. Route53 support for WRR load balancing. Route 53 and Elastic Load Balancing integration. Elastic Load Balancing support for IPV6. All Things Distributed.

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Kubernetes on OpenStack: The Technical Details

Scott Lowe

For inbound connectivity, this is where Kubernetes Services come into play; you could have a Service of type NodePort (unique port forwarded by kube-proxy on every node in the Kubernetes cluster) or a Service of type LoadBalancer (which uses a cloud load balancer with nodes & NodePorts as registered backends). Side note: Kubernetes isn’t yet very IPv6-friendly, so Lees recommends avoiding putting IPv6 addresses on Kubernetes nodes.).

AWS Elastic Beanstalk: A Quick and Simple Way into the Cloud - All.

All Things Distributed

AWS Elastic Beanstalk automatically creates the AWS resources and application stack needed to run the application, freeing developers from worrying about server capacity, load balancing, scaling their application, and version control. New Route 53 and ELB features: IPv6, Zone Apex, WRR and more. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. AWS Elastic Beanstalk: A Quick and Simple Way into the Cloud.

Technology Short Take #87

Scott Lowe

Vincent Bernat has a really in-depth article on IPv4 route lookup on Linux (and one on IPv6 route lookup as well). John Kozej walks through how to configure vCenter HA using the NSX load balancer. Welcome to Technology Short Take #87! I have a mix of newer and older items for you this time around. While I’m a bit short on links in some areas, hopefully this is outweighed by some good content in other areas. Here’s hoping you find something useful! Networking.

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Simplifying IT - Create Your Application with AWS CloudFormation.

All Things Distributed

There are several resources required: Elastic Load Balancers, EC2 instances, EBS volumes, SimpleDB domains and an RDS instance. New Route 53 and ELB features: IPv6, Zone Apex, WRR and more. All Things Distributed. Werner Vogels weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems. Simplifying IT - Create Your Application with AWS CloudFormation. By Werner Vogels on 24 February 2011 04:00 PM. Permalink. Comments ().