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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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Deploying Java Microservices on Amazon Elastic Container Service

This post and accompanying code graciously contributed by: Huy Huynh Sr. Solutions Architect Magnus Bjorkman Solutions Architect Java is a popular language used by many enterprises today. To simplify and accelerate Java application development, many companies are moving from a monolithic to microservices architecture. For some, it has become a strategic imperative. Containerization technology, such […]

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Blue/Green Deployments with Amazon Elastic Container Service

This post and accompanying code was generously contributed by: Jeremy Cowan Solutions Architect Anuj Sharma DevOps Cloud Architect Peter Dalbhanjan Solutions Architect Deploying software updates in traditional non-containerized environments is hard and fraught with risk. When you write your deployment package or script, you have to assume that the target machine is in a particular […]

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Powering your Amazon ECS Cluster with Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

This post was graciously contributed by: Chad Schmutzer Solutions Architect Shawn O’Connor Solutions Architect Today we are excited to announce that Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) now supports the ability to launch your ECS cluster on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances directly from the ECS console. Spot Instances allow you to bid on spare Amazon […]

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Building High-Throughput Genomics Batch Workflows on AWS: Workflow Layer (Part 4 of 4)

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Angel Pizarro is a Scientific Computing Technical Business Development Manager at AWS This post is the fourth in a series on how to build a genomics workflow on AWS. In Part 1, we introduced a general architecture, shown below, and highlighted the […]

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Building High-Throughput Genomic Batch Workflows on AWS: Batch Layer (Part 3 of 4)

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Angel Pizarro is a Scientific Computing Technical Business Development Manager at AWS This post is the third in a series on how to build a genomics workflow on AWS. In Part 1, we introduced a general architecture, shown below, and highlighted the […]

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Building Scalable Applications and Microservices: Adding Messaging to Your Toolbox

Jakub Wojciak, Senior Software Development Engineer Throughout our careers, we developers keep adding new tools to our development toolboxes. These range from the programming languages we learn, use, and become experts in, to architectural components such as HTTP servers, load balancers, and databases (both relational and NoSQL). I’d like to kick off a series of […]

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Amazon ECS Events in February

Here are some upcoming events for Amazon ECS this month: Container World: Abby Fuller, senior AWS technical evangelist, will be speaking about Amazon ECS at Container World on Feb 21-23. Check out her schedule. Microservices Day @ AWS NY Loft: Microservices Day is on Feb 24 as part of the DevOps | AWS Loft Architecture […]

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Managing Secrets for Amazon ECS Applications Using Parameter Store and IAM Roles for Tasks

Thanks to my colleague Stas Vonholsky  for a great blog on managing secrets with Amazon ECS applications. —– As containerized applications and microservice-oriented architectures become more popular, managing secrets, such as a password to access an application database, becomes more challenging and critical. Some examples of the challenges include: Support for various access patterns across container […]

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