AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) — Things to look out for

Kubernetes is fast becoming the de facto standard for running containerised workloads, and most of the public cloud vendors like AWS, Azure & GCP provide their own version of managed Kubernetes service like EKS (AWS), AKS (Azure) and GKE (GCP). Enterprises with existing footprint on public cloud prefer to use managed Kubernetes platforms instead of self-managed Kubernetes because of their simplicity, and they also take away the complexity typically associated with running production grade Kubernetes clusters. If you have provisioned and managed a…