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Tag: EC2 Container Service

Amazon ECS – Support for Windows Containers (Beta)

I sincerely hope that you are familiar with container-based computing and that you have at least a basic understanding of the value of containerization. As I noted back in 2014, packaging your cloud-based application as a collection of containers, each specified declaratively, gives you a laundry list of benefits including consistency between your development and […]

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New Amazon Linux Container Image for Cloud and On-Premises Workloads

The Amazon Linux AMI is designed to provide a stable, secure, high performance execution environment for applications running on EC2. With limited remote access (no root login and mandatory SSH key pairs) and a very small number of non-critical packages installed, the AMI has a very respectable security profile. Many of our customers have asked […]

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New – AWS Application Load Balancer

We launched Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) for AWS in the spring of 2009 (see New Features for Amazon EC2: Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, and Amazon CloudWatch to see just how far AWS has come since then). Elastic Load Balancing has become a key architectural component for many AWS-powered applications. In conjunction with Auto Scaling, […]

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EC2 Container Registry – Now Generally Available

My colleague Andrew Thomas wrote the guest post below to introduce you to the new EC2 Container Registry! — Jeff; I am happy to announce that Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) is now generally available! Amazon ECR is a fully-managed Docker container registry that makes it easy for developers to store, manage, and deploy Docker […]

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EC2 Container Service Update – Container Registry, ECS CLI, AZ-Aware Scheduling, and More

I’m really excited by the Docker-driven, container-based deployment model that is quickly becoming the preferred way to build, run, scale, and quickly update new applications. Since we launched Amazon EC2 Container Service last year, we have seen customers use it to host and run their microservices, web applications, and batch jobs. Many developers have told […]

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