AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Tag: Amazon ECR

How Oil & Gas is Solving Technological Limitations of Complex Reservoir Simulation with CMG and AWS

Oil and gas companies are looking beyond “easy oil” to unlock resources from more complex reservoirs. To solve this growing challenge, organizations are turning to AWS to maximize computational capacities. Computer Modelling Group Ltd. (CMG) is an APN Technology Partner whose revolutionary cloud solution provides engineers with faster simulation runs, giving them time to focus on reservoir and project analysis.

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AWS Quick Starts

Deploy TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition with New AWS Quick Start

This new AWS Quick Start automatically deploys TIBCO BusinessWorks Container Edition into a highly available architecture on AWS, using Amazon ECS host instances and an Amazon ECR repository for plug-ins. The deployment is automated by AWS CloudFormation templates and takes about 25 minutes. The Quick Start was built by TIBCO Software in collaboration with AWS solutions architects. TIBCO is an APN Advanced Technology Partner with the AWS Big Data Competency.

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Using Solano CI with Amazon ECS and Amazon ECR Services to Automatically Build and Deploy Docker Containers

Joseph Fontes is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS.  Solano Labs, an AWS DevOps Competency Partner and APN Technology Partner, provides a continuous integration and deployment (CI/CD) solution called Solano CI.  This solution provides a build, deployment, and test suite focused on performance, with support for multiple programming languages and application frameworks, numerous build and […]

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Automating ECR Authentication on Marathon with the Amazon ECR Credential Helper

This is a guest post from Erin McGill and Brandon Chavis, Partner Solution Architects with AWS.  Are you running the Datacenter Operating System (DC/OS) on AWS and want to leverage the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (Amazon ECR) without managing Docker registry credentials or scheduling a periodic job to authenticate with ECR on your DC/OS hosts? […]

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