What is a scalable AWS EKS based infrastructure?

Amazon EKS is a managed Kubernetes service to run Kubernetes in the AWS cloud and on-premises data centers. In the cloud, Amazon EKS automatically manages the availability and scalability of the Kubernetes control plane nodes responsible for scheduling containers, managing application availability, storing cluster data, and other key tasks. With Amazon EKS, you can take advantage of all the performance, scale, reliability, and availability of AWS infrastructure, as well as integrations with AWS networking and security services.

The only problem you’ll have is the fact that your EKS cluster cannot be run in a vacuum and must be integrated with many other AWS services to work. Our company has spent years of human hours creating several iterations of the infrastructure that  suit most clients’ requirements. It has been described with the IaC approach so it can be easily reused, maintained, and customized to meet each set of specific requirements.

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We, as AWS Advanced tier partners, have been working on our client's projects with roughly 100 different Kubernetes clusters. Amazon does a great job by providing managed services but there are still a lot of different things you can't learn all at once. Our engineers are certified and trained by AWS to provide top-notch services.
Today security is the most critical part of any infrastructure and this requires additional expertise from engineers. Our reference AWS infrastructure was built with security in mind and with us, you can always be sure that your data is safe.
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The solution we are offering is completely described with the IaC approach which makes it easier to maintain, scale, and clone between the environments you have. We are using Hashicorp Terraform, Terragrunt, Helm, Mozilla SOPS, Prometheus, and Vector to make the operational team's life easier.
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