An AWS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a unified console for managing AWS services. It provides a simple and consistent command line experience with many popular tools, including Amazon Linux, Windows PowerShell, and macOS Terminal.
AWS CLI commands are accessed from the command line on your workstation. You install AWS CLI by obtaining binaries for your operating system platform and installing them in a standard location on your local computer. Once installed, you can launch AWS CLI using the terminal of any development environment that supports AWS SDKs: Amazon Linux, macOS, Unix/Linux, or Windows. …
Yes, Kubernetes is open source, and in case you don’t know it yet, Kubernetes is a container orchestration platform maintained by Google. That means it runs on Linux, not Windows.
You may be asking yourself, “why should I care?” because Microsoft Azure has a Kubernetes offering, right?
Yes, they do! But Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) only supports windows containers, limiting your choice of applications to run on k8s exceptionally. Google doesn’t support k8s on Microsoft Azure or other third-party solutions like Amazon AWS kops (amazon Kubernetes services) because k8s and Linux go hand in hand.
It wouldn’t make sense if…
The top tech giants like Google, Microsoft and, Amazon are the cloud platform service providers to overcome the challenges in terms of storage, infrastructure, and other resources consumed by enterprise companies.
The most interesting fact is that regardless of the country can utilize the resources by paying fees method like “Pay as you Go”.
This is called Virtualization while accessing the top-notch performance with seem-less integration by connecting to that right server without any side hustle.
Core infrastructure is maintained somewhere else that reduces cost and maintaining the things freaking hard on ourselves. …