Tag: AWS Fargate

Implementing a pub/sub architecture with AWS Copilot

Introduction The AWS Copilot CLI is a tool that since its launch in 2020, developers have been using to build, manage, and operate Linux and Windows containers on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), AWS Fargate, and AWS App Runner. In this post, I’ll walk you through how you can use AWS Copilot CLI to […]

Architecture evolution: From zero to future-proof architecture at home24

This blog was co-authored by Aurelijus Banelis, Senior Software Engineer at home24 Introduction Home24 is a leading pure-play home & living e-commerce platform in continental Europe and Brazil. It has third-party and private-label assortments combined with a tailored user experience — and that is a good foundation for a sustainable technology business. Aurelijus is proud […]

Introducing the Amazon EKS Workshop

Today we are delighted to announce the redesigned Amazon EKS Workshop, a Kubernetes-focused workshop created to familiarize you with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) and related open-source technologies. The new workshop replaces the existing one, which is fully deprecated but continues to be accessible at The Amazon EKS Workshop is completely redesigned with […]

Happy 5th birthday, AWS Fargate!

In just 5 years, AWS Fargate has emerged as the mission-critical infrastructure for customers seeking to adopt container-based applications without managing underlying infrastructure. Its ability to provide serverless compute paired with a unique security model, where every container is wrapped in a virtual machine, has earned the trust of many organizations. AWS Fargate has been […]

Know before you Go – serverless containers at AWS re:Invent 2022

This re:Invent, the Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and the AWS Fargate teams will be presenting new capabilities, best practices, and tips to amplify business agility, shorten time to market, and increase productivity for organizations in their application modernization journey. To learn more, join us in Las Vegas from November 28 through December 2. […]

Announcing Amazon ECS Task Scale-in protection

Introduction We are excited to launch Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) Task Scale-in protection, which is a new capability that gives customers control over protecting Amazon ECS service tasks from being terminated by scale-in events from Amazon ECS service Auto Scaling or deployments. Customers can simply mark their mission-critical tasks as protected from scale-in […]

Announcing AWS App Runner Private Services

Earlier this year we announced the general availability of App Runner VPC support. This feature enabled your services to communicate with databases and other applications hosted in an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). Today, we released App Runner private services, and now customers can strengthen the security posture of their applications and meet their […]

Read the blog post about migrating and modernizing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) workloads onto AWS container services.

Migrating and modernizing Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) workloads onto AWS container services

Introduction Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a framework created by Microsoft in 2008 for building service-oriented architecture (SOA) applications. It provides a set of libraries for building web services, using different network protocols to send and receive data between service endpoints. With the introduction of .NET Core in 2016 and the emergence of microservices, our […]

Leverage AWS secrets stores from EKS Fargate with External Secrets Operator

Leverage AWS secrets stores from EKS Fargate with External Secrets Operator

Secrets management is a challenging but critical aspect of running secure and dynamic containerized applications at scale. To support this need to securely distribute secrets to running applications, Kubernetes provides native functionality to manage secrets in the form of Kubernetes Secrets. However, many customers choose to centralize the management of secrets outside of their Kubernetes […]