In an earlier blog post you saw how to use cdk8s with AWS Controllers for Kubernetes (also known as ACK), thanks to the fact that you can import existing Kubernetes Custom Resource Definitions using cdk8s! This made it possible to deploy DynamoDB along with a client application, by using cdk8s and Kubernetes.
But, what if you continue using AWS CDK for AWS infrastructure and harness the power cdk8s (and cdk8s-plus!) to define Kubernetes resources using regular code? Thanks to the native integration between the AWS EKS module and cdk8s, you can have the best of both worlds!