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 .

Latest changes

20190814
Update 1.11 and 1.12 images with mitigations to CVE-2019-1125; image serials 20190813.1

Show worker node images for: Kubernetes

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Region Use this or later image
Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) (ap-east-1)
ami-d881faa9
Asia Pacific (Tokyo) (ap-northeast-1)
ami-0dba2637d0faae64f
Asia Pacific (Seoul) (ap-northeast-2)
ami-019d9d5d8ab71d649
Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) (ap-northeast-3)
ami-0947ce4d14a295917
Asia Pacific (Mumbai) (ap-south-1)
ami-00b4b7fc34072ec0a
Asia Pacific (Singapore) (ap-southeast-1)
ami-0a34b62c10fac2a84
Asia Pacific (Sydney) (ap-southeast-2)
ami-0d940b2fa48609ff6
Canada (Central) (ca-central-1)
ami-05d51fb9681693700
EU (Frankfurt) (eu-central-1)
ami-0ce9606ce4b44f6e5
EU (Stockholm) (eu-north-1)
ami-0468e37a
EU (Ireland) (eu-west-1)
ami-0ac97cadeed862a54
EU (London) (eu-west-2)
ami-00e6aa9e38c83b00a
EU (Paris) (eu-west-3)
ami-0c9c2f490a2de670c
Middle East (Bahrain) (me-south-1)
ami-071f3e61b029980fc
South America (São Paulo) (sa-east-1)
ami-06e607fa7a88eb4bf
US East (Virginia) (us-east-1)
ami-058c6e6f18b1cca2c
US East (Ohio) (us-east-2)
ami-09b69fe644a51ea01
US West (N. California) (us-west-1)
ami-035d855bac2d2c383
US West (Oregon) (us-west-2)
ami-0551b6dc0b4079e1d

Kubernetes 1.12

The latest Ubuntu worker node AMIs for Kubernetes 1.12 (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 1.12 use the default amazon-eks-nodegroup.yaml , as specified in the AWS EKS user guide .

This image is customized specifically for the EKS service and is not intended as a general OS image.