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Mendix on Amazon EKS

Amazon EKS Brings Together the Best of Mendix with the Best of Kubernetes

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) is a fully managed Kubernetes service that makes it easy to deploy, scale, and manage cloud-native applications using Kubernetes. It provides a simple and efficient way to run and scale cloud-native applications on the AWS infrastructure. With Amazon EKS, organizations can take advantage of the scalability and flexibility of Kubernetes, without having to worry about the underlying infrastructure.

Amazon EKS coupled with Mendix for Private Cloud is a powerful solution for organizations wanting to quickly build and deploy applications. By using Amazon EKS to manage the infrastructure, and Mendix to build the applications, organizations can take advantage of the best of both worlds. To facilitate the adoption process, Mendix provides the Mendix on Amazon EKS Reference Deployment tool.

This infrastructure as code (IaC) tool automates the basic setup of Mendix for Private Cloud in your AWS environment, so you can deploy Mendix apps there with a single click. It provisions Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) and 95 other AWS services in a streamlined, automated way.

The Easiest Way to Build Apps in your AWS Account

With Mendix on Amazon EKS Reference Deployment, one click will provision a Mendix EKS-based environment within your AWS account, automatically allocating all its cloud resources in about thirty minutes. It is fully extensible and combines the best practices from AWS and Mendix. Technically, it is a Terraform project, which facilitates the creation of repeatable and disposable environments. It provisions an EKS cluster across multiple availability zones and many more resources, including Mx4PC components, to support the lifecycle of Mendix apps within your AWS account.

Learn More about What Mendix on Amazon EKS Can Do for You

Mendix on Amazon EKS Reference Deployment is the best entry point to harness the combination of Mendix and Amazon EKS, because it establishes a reference implementation vetted by AWS architects and Mendix experts, and can adapt to your requirements because of its extensibility. Watch the video below to see how it works, and then go to the Mendix on Amazon EKS Reference Deployment.

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