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Kubeflow on AWS Features
Reasons to use Kubeflow on Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Running Kubeflow on Amazon EKS brings the following optional and configurable features:
- You can manage your Amazon EKS cluster provisioning with eksctl and easily choose between multiple compute and GPU worker node configurations.
- You can manage ingress traffic with the AWS ALB Ingress Controller.
- You can leverage the Amazon FSx CSI driver to manage Lustre file systems which are optimized for compute-intensive workloads, such as high-performance computing and machine learning. Amazon FSx can scale to hundreds of GBps of throughput and millions of IOPS.
- Centralized and unified Kubernetes cluster logs in Amazon CloudWatch, which helps with debugging and troubleshooting.
- You can enable TLS and Authentication with AWS Certificate Manager and AWS Cognito.
- You can enable Private Access for your Kubernetes cluster’s API server endpoint.
- Your Kubeflow on AWS deployment automatically detects GPU worker nodes and installs the NVIDIA Device Plugin.
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