Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) now supports provisioning and managing Kubernetes worker nodes. This new update allows users to keep their Amazon EKS clusters up to date by using Amazon EKS management console, APIs, or CLI. It is more efficient to use because users no longer need to worry about provisioning their applications separately or connecting to their EC2 instances. They can also create, update, or terminate nodes for their clusters with a single command.
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