Among a raft of announcements Wednesday at AWS Summit in Santa Clara, California, Amazon Web Services announced the general availability of its AWS App Mesh.
AWS App Mesh, which was first previewed at last year's AWS re:invent conference, enables application-level networking in order to make it easier for customers' services to communicate with each other across multiple types of compute infrastructures such as Amazon EC2 and AWS Fargate.
On Amazon Web Services, App Mesh works with AWS Fargate, Amazon EC2, Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, and Kubernetes in order to better run applications at scale.
App Mesh uses the open source Envoy proxy, which was first developed by Lyft prior to it being contributed to the Linux Foundation's Cloud Native Computing Foundation two years ago.
App Mesh is available for production use in the following regions: Asia Pacific (Mumbai), US East (Ohio), Europe (Ireland), Europe (Frankfurt), US East (N. Virginia), Asia Pacific (Seoul), EU (London), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), US West (Oregon), US West (N. California),Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Canada (Central).
Other announcements yesterday at the AWS Summit included: AWS Deep Learning Containers, which are Docker images preinstalled with deep learning frameworks; a new set of open source tools to test applications locally before deploying them to Amazon Elastic Container Service; and the general availability of Amazon S3 Glacier Deep Archive.