[RPKI] Krill available on the AWS Marketplace

Ximon Eighteen ximon at nlnetlabs.nl
Tue May 12 09:31:30 UTC 2020

Dear mailing list,

We are excited to announce that Krill is also now available as a 1-Click 
App on the AWS Marketplace [1].

Whether you're a DigitalOcean [2] user or an AWS user, you can now 
launch the recently announced v0.6.0 Krill [3] with ease in your 
preferred cloud.

In addition to adding support for AWS, a number of improvements and 
fixes were rolled out on both clouds. For full details please see the 
release notes on GitHub [4] and consult the online documentation [5].

Just a quick reminder: The Krill 1-Click App brings together all of the 
puzzle pieces needed to administer and run an RPKI Certificate Authority 
and publication server in the cloud. It allows you to easily set up 
Delegated RPKI with one or more Regional or National Internet Registries 
and seamlessly manage ROAs for all address space as a single pool. You 
can choose to publish ROAs yourself using the included NGINX and rsync 
servers, or publish with a third party.

The Krill 1-Click App builds on Docker and Gluster to scale from one of 
the smallest virtual machines to a fleet behind a load balancer, adding 
availability and capacity for both RRDP and rsync clients, or use 
Content Delivery Network edge caching of RRDP content.

You can also get insights by streaming metrics from the provided 
monitoring endpoints to Prometheus and by using Fluentd outputs to send 
logs to targets such as Amazon S3, DigitalOcean Spaces, or a log 
analysis provider of your choice. The included Krill Manager setup 
wizard gets you up and running quickly using an optional, automatically 
managed Let's Encrypt TLS certificate.

Watch the introduction video to the Krill 1-Click App on YouTube [6,7].

On behalf of the RPKI Team at NLnet Labs,


[1] https://aws.amazon.com/marketplace/pp/B0886F8GNJ
[3] https://lists.nlnetlabs.nl/pipermail/rpki/2020-May/000164.html
[4] https://github.com/NLnetLabs/krillmanager/releases
[5] https://rpki.readthedocs.io/en/latest/krill/krillmanager/
[6] https://youtu.be/ihbMTAy6vLQ
[7] https://youtu.be/qunvH2t6rqU

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