Category: Amazon Elastic Container Service
Outdated technology poses particular challenges to many businesses., as legacy systems or outdated applications can accumulate bugs and other issues over time. Moreover, it isn’t easy to find viable solutions that can integrate with or are cost-effective for legacy applications because of their age. Modernizing legacy systems is the right solution for engaging with and attracting new customers. Learn how DXC Technology is migrating monolithic Java applications from on-premises to AWS.
Enterprises undergoing digital transformation in the cloud are realizing the benefits of running their applications in containers. To help customers streamline containerized workload implementations, we’re excited to announce the Amazon ECS Delivery specialization. Amazon ECS Delivery Partners have technical expertise in assessing, scoping, designing, integrating, deploying, operating, and optimizing container environments using either Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) or AWS Fargate.
Businesses are faced with increased data and variety, as data structures are no longer tabular and come in all forms and shapes like JSON, logs, videos, and big data. These challenges drive developers to adopt MEAN or MERN stacks that can be deployed in a highly scalable, secure, and cost-efficient environment. Learn how you can migrate to the two stacks by introducing MongoDB Atlas and Amazon ECS with AWS Fargate into your architectures.
Looking for qualified support for a parent is a hard task and often a leap in the dark. Parentsmile is a unique reservation platform that integrates healthcare, training, educational, and all-encompassing psychophysical well-being services. This post demonstrates how ZERO12 built Parentsmile’s SaaS platform; exploring the main infrastructure with Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), the continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD) process, and the asynchronous workflow for payments and reminders.
Learn how DXC Technology was able to leverage Amazon ECS Anywhere to fulfill regulatory and compute requirements and increase operational efficiency for a use case for an in-house proprietary tool where a part of the application stack must run on premises. DXC needed a hybrid cloud solution to execute their toolkit data capture and analysis strategy without major changes in application design or architecture.
With the shift to containers and serverless solutions, organizations are presented with a unique question: how do you maximize an application’s uptime while maintaining a cost-effective infrastructure at both layers? Keeping availability high by over-provisioning is easy, but it’s also very expensive. As a result, several challenges have arisen on the path to building an optimized, cost-effective, and highly available containerized infrastructure on AWS: pricing, instance sizing, and containers utilization.
Leading organizations around the world are using CloudHealth to understand what’s driving the cost of their Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, and Mesos clusters. CloudHealth Container Module enables users to customize what and how to report on container usage and costs. Starting at the cluster level, it’s useful to compare the amount of resources allocated to container tasks to the available capacity of the cluster. In this post, we discuss how CloudHealth’s support for Amazon ECS helps you understand your AWS resource usage and cost.
Spring Venture Group reached out to APN Premier Partner Logicworks to architect and manage their AWS deployment. Their developers were comfortable building and deploying containers in their on-premises environment, but were eager to get greater agility and flexibility on AWS. Running AWS Service Catalog and Amazon ECS has created a reliable, stable deployment pipeline, resulting in hundreds of hours saved for their engineering team each month.