Ubuntu on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
Canonical and Amazon work together to make Ubuntu worker nodes available for Amazon’s Elastic Kubernetes Services (EKS). This fully-managed service makes it easy to use Kubernetes on AWS, without being an expert in managing Kubernetes clusters.
These images are customised specifically for the EKS service, and are not intended as general OS images. To deploy an EKS cluster, follow the EKS user guide .
- Add 1.15, 1.16 and 1.17 platform amis with serial 20210426. This includes a fix when Metadata version is set to V2 only (token required). See LP:#1925487
|Region||Use this or later image|
|Africa (Capetown) (af-south-1)|
|Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) (ap-east-1)|
|Asia Pacific (Tokyo) (ap-northeast-1)|
|Asia Pacific (Seoul) (ap-northeast-2)|
|Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) (ap-northeast-3)|
|Asia Pacific (Mumbai) (ap-south-1)|
|Asia Pacific (Singapore) (ap-southeast-1)|
|Asia Pacific (Sydney) (ap-southeast-2)|
|Canada (Central) (ca-central-1)|
|EU (Frankfurt) (eu-central-1)|
|EU (Stockholm) (eu-north-1)|
|EU (Milan) (eu-south-1)|
|EU (Ireland) (eu-west-1)|
|EU (London) (eu-west-2)|
|EU (Paris) (eu-west-3)|
|Middle East (Bahrain) (me-south-1)|
|South America (São Paulo) (sa-east-1)|
|US East (Virginia) (us-east-1)|
|US East (Ohio) (us-east-2)|
|US West (N. California) (us-west-1)|
|US West (Oregon) (us-west-2)|
The latest Ubuntu worker node AMIs for Kubernetes 1.19 (N.B. EKS may not be available in some of these regions, check the list of current EKS regions ):
Important: EKS images that support Kubernetes 1.19 use the default amazon-eks-nodegroup.yaml , as specified in the AWS EKS Console Getting Started Guide . To use Ubuntu EKS images with the nodegroup template in Step 3: Launch and Configure Amazon EKS Worker Nodes, click the 'Launch Workers' link for your your region and Kubernetes release version, and enter the Ubuntu AMI ID for your region, listed on this page, into the field labeled 'NodeImageId'.
This image is customized specifically for the EKS service and is not intended as a general OS image.