AWS Compute Blog

Category: Amazon EC2 Container Registry

Setting up AWS PrivateLink for Amazon ECS, and Amazon ECR

Amazon ECS and Amazon ECR now have support for AWS PrivateLink. AWS PrivateLink is a networking technology designed to enable access to AWS services in a highly available and scalable manner. It keeps all the network traffic within the AWS network. When you create AWS PrivateLink endpoints for ECR and ECS, these service endpoints appear […]

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Migrate Wildfly Cluster to Amazon ECS using Service Discovery

This post is courtesy of Vidya Narasimhan, AWS Solutions Architect 1. Overview Java Enterprise Edition has been an important server-side platform for over a decade for developing mission-critical & large-scale applications amongst enterprises. High-availability & fault tolerance for such applications is typically achieved through built-in JEE clustering provided by the platform. JEE clustering represents a […]

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Tagging container image repositories on Amazon ECR

Starting today, you can add tags to your Amazon Elastic Container Registry (Amazon ECR) resources. This new feature enables better grouping of ECR repositories, better searching and filtering in the console, and better cost allocation. In this post, I show you how to create a tagging strategy. You might have many ECR repositories and want […]

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Building Simpler Genomics Workflows on AWS Step Functions

This post is courtesy of Ryan Ulaszek, AWS Genomics Partner Solutions Architect and Aaron Friedman, AWS Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect In 2017, we published a four part blog series on how to build a genomics workflow on AWS. In part 1, we introduced a general architecture highlighting three common layers: job, batch and […]

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Migrating .NET Classic Applications to Amazon ECS Using Windows Containers

This post contributed by Sundar Narasiman, Arun Kannan, and Thomas Fuller. AWS recently announced the general availability of Windows container management for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS). Docker containers and Amazon ECS make it easy to run and scale applications on a virtual machine by abstracting the complex cluster management and setup needed. Classic .NET […]

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Running Windows Containers on Amazon ECS

This post was developed and written by Jeremy Cowan, Thomas Fuller, Samuel Karp, and Akram Chetibi. — Containers have revolutionized the way that developers build, package, deploy, and run applications. Initially, containers only supported code and tooling for Linux applications. With the release of Docker Engine for Windows Server 2016, Windows developers have started to […]

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The re:Invent 2017 Containers After-party Guide

Feeling uncontainable? re:Invent 2017 might be over, but the containers party doesn’t have to stop. Here are some ways you can keep learning about containers on AWS. Learn about containers in Austin and New York Come join AWS this week at KubeCon in Austin, Texas! We’ll be sharing best practices for running Kubernetes on AWS […]

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AWS re:Invent 2017 Guide to All Things Containers

Contributed by Tiffany Jernigan, Developer Advocate for Amazon ECS Get ready for takeoff! We made sure that this year’s re:Invent is chock-full of containers: there are over 40 sessions! New to containers? No problem, we have several introductory sessions for you to dip your toes. Been using containers for years and know the ins and outs? […]

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Clean up Your Container Images with Amazon ECR Lifecycle Policies

This post comes from the desk of Brent Langston. — Starting today, customers can keep their container image repositories tidy by automatically removing old or unused images using lifecycle policies, now available as part of Amazon EC2 Container Registry (Amazon ECR). Amazon ECR is a fully managed Docker container registry that makes it easy to […]

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Creating a Cost-Efficient Amazon ECS Cluster for Scheduled Tasks

Madhuri Peri Sr. DevOps Consultant When you use Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), depending on the logging levels on the RDS instances and the volume of transactions, you could generate a lot of log data. To ensure that everything is running smoothly, many customers search for log error patterns using different log aggregation and […]

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