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Category: Containers

Amazon ECS Cluster Auto Scaling is Now Generally Available

Today, we have launched Amazon 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 in your cluster, and automatically managing instance termination on cluster scale-in. To enable ECS Cluster Auto Scaling, you will need […]

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New – AWS IoT Greengrass Adds Container Support and Management of Data Streams at the Edge

AWS IoT Greengrass extends cloud capabilities to edge devices, so that they can respond to local events in near real-time, even with intermittent connectivity. Today, we are adding two features that make it easier to build IoT solutions: Container support to deploy applications using the Greengrass Docker application deployment connector. Collect, process, and export data streams from […]

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Improving Containers by Listening to Customers

At AWS, we build our product roadmap based upon feedback from our customers. The following three new features have all come about because customers have asked us to solve specific issues they have face when building and operating sophisticated container-based applications. Managed Node Groups for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Our customers have told us that they […]

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EventBridge Support in Amazon Elastic Container Registry

Many of our customers require a secure and private place to store their container images, and that’s why they use our fully managed container registry Amazon Elastic Container Registry. We recently added support for Amazon EventBridge so that you can trigger actions when images are pushed or deleted. These actions can trigger a continuous integration, continuous […]

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Announcing Firelens – A New Way to Manage Container Logs

Today, the fantastic team that builds our container services at AWS have launched an excellent new tool called AWS FireLens that will make dealing with logs a whole lot easier. Using FireLens, customers can direct container logs to storage and analytics tools without modifying deployment scripts, manually installing extra software or writing additional code. With […]

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