Tag: AWS App Runner

Controlling and monitoring AWS App Runner applications with Amazon EventBridge

Many applications do not need to be available 24/7, such as those in development and QA environments. AWS App Runner supports this and allows applications to be paused, or deactivated, to lower costs when not in use. The applications can then be resumed or activated when they are needed. This blog post uses this example […]

Centralized observability for AWS App Runner services

In enterprise organizations, it can sometimes be hard for engineering teams to move quickly. Teams must demonstrate they have a plan for keeping software up to date, they must pass security reviews to ensure the application architecture doesn’t introduce vulnerabilities into the environment, and they must think about how to instrument the application so there […]

Build and deploy a Spring Boot application to AWS App Runner with a CI/CD pipeline using Terraform

Introduction Spring Boot is a leading open-source framework for building Java-based web applications. It is designed to get you up and running as quickly as possible, with minimal configuration. Its opinionated take on production-ready applications makes implementing modern best practices intuitive and easy. AWS App Runner is a fully managed container application service that makes it […]

Happy Building with App Runner and Copilot!

Enabling continuous workflows for AWS App Runner service with persistency using AWS Copilot CLI

We recently launched a new service called AWS App Runner, the simplest way to build and run your containerized stateless web application on AWS. App Runner provisions and manages all the required resources for you to run containers such as build pipelines, load balancers, scaling in and out, and of course, its underlying infrastructure. While […]

Introducing AWS App Runner

Today, we’re happy to announce AWS App Runner, the simplest way to build and run your containerized web application in AWS. App Runner gives you a fully managed container-native service. There are no orchestrators to configure, build pipelines to set up, load balancers to optimize, or TLS certificates to rotate. And of course, there are […]