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Getting Started with Amazon ECS Anywhere – Now Generally Available

Since Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) was launched in 2014, AWS has released…
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re:Invent 2020 – Preannouncements for Tuesday, December 1

Andy Jassy just gave you a hint about some upcoming AWS launches, and I’ll have more to say about them when they are ready. To tide you over until then, here’s a summary of what he pre-announced: Smaller AWS Outpost Form Factors – We…
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Amazon ECS Now Supports EC2 Inf1 Instances

As machine learning and deep learning models become more sophisticated, hardware acceleration is increasingly required to deliver fast predictions at high throughput. Today, we’re very happy to announce that AWS customers can now use…
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AWS App2Container – A New Containerizing Tool for Java and ASP.NET Applications

Our customers are increasingly developing their new applications with containers and serverless technologies, and are using modern continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) tools to automate the software delivery life cycle. They also…
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Amazon Elastic Container Service now supports Amazon EFS file systems

It has only been five years since Jeff wrote on this blog about the launch of the Amazon Elastic Container Service. I remember reading that post and thinking how exotic and unusual containers sounded. Fast forward just five years, and…
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AWS ECS Cluster Auto Scaling is Now Generally Available

Today, we have launched AWS ECS Cluster Auto Scaling. This new capability improves your cluster scaling experience by increasing the speed and reliability of cluster scale-out, giving you control over the amount of spare capacity maintained…
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Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate Now Generally Available

Starting today, you can start using Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service to run Kubernetes pods on AWS Fargate. Amazon EKS and Fargate make it straightforward to run Kubernetes-based applications on AWS by removing the need to provision and…
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AWS Cloud Map: Easily create and maintain custom maps of your applications

Companies are increasingly building their applications as microservices (many separate services that each do a single job). Microservices often allow companies to iterate and deploy more quickly. Many of these microservice-based modern…