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Integrate ROSA with AWS CodeCommit

Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS is a fully managed OpenShift service, jointly supported by both Red Hat and Amazon Web Services and managed by Red Hat SRE team. ROSA is an opinionated OpenShift platform on AWS that takes away cluster lifecycle management from the customer, so that they can focus on building applications rather […]

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Building a fault tolerant architecture with a Bulkhead Pattern on AWS App Mesh

When packaging and deploying APIs into containers services, it is common for each service to serve more than one responsibility or many downstream dependencies. In such scenarios, the failure during the execution of one responsibility can often spread to the entire application and causing a systemic failure. Let’s look at an example: imagine an e-commerce […]

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Modernize Java and .NET applications remotely using AWS App2Container

Since the launch of AWS App2Container, customers have been asking for the ability to remotely manage the migrations of Java and .NET applications running on Windows or Linux hosts. Beginning with the version 1.2 of App2Container, users can accomplish containerization of their workloads without installing A2C software on the application servers. The remote execution feature […]

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Improving daemon services in Amazon ECS

When using Amazon EC2 for compute capacity in Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) clusters, a common pattern customers follow is to schedule a single instance of a task across all or select nodes in the cluster. This includes running tasks that handle log and/or metrics collection such as Fluentd or the DataDog agent, node […]

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Developing Twelve-Factor Apps using Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate

Sushanth Mangalore and Chance Lee, AWS Solutions Architects, SMB Introduction The twelve-factor methodology helps you build modern, scalable, and maintainable software-as-a-service apps. The methodology is technology agnostic and has become a widely-adopted approach to developing cloud-native applications. There are a few different ways to develop twelve-factor applications on AWS. Solutions based on containers technology are a […]

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Advertising click-prediction modeling on Amazon EKS

In digital advertising, the ad click-through rate (CTR) model predicts the probability of a click given the ads and context x (for example, shopping query, time of the day, device). The output of a CTR model can be seen as a conditional probability p(y = click|x). A precise estimation of this probability influences our ability […]

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Connecting to an interactive shell on your containers running in AWS Fargate using AWS Copilot

Since AWS Fargate launched in 2017 many developers have adopted the serverless compute model for containers. Instead of managing EC2 instances to run their containers, these developers are able to think of scaling in terms of container size and container count. Over time AWS Fargate has gained more and more features that make it capable […]

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New look for Amazon ECS in the AWS Management Console

Recently we launched a new look and experience for Amazon ECS in the AWS Management Console. Since its launch in 2014, Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) has served as a simple way for customers to run production grade container workloads on AWS. Customers such as Disney+, Vanguard, Okta, Fidelity, and UbiSoft trust Amazon ECS […]

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Architecture of the solution "Using Windows Authentication with Linux Containers on Amazon ECS"

Using Windows Authentication with Linux Containers on Amazon ECS

This post shows how to configure a Linux container running on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) to connect to a SQL Server database using Windows (or Integrated) Authentication. Windows Authentication is the recommended mechanism to connect to SQL Server databases, but using it can be challenging when running containerized workloads.

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Authenticating with Docker Hub for AWS Container Services

Docker Hub has recently updated its terms of service to introduce rate limits for container image pulls. While these limits don’t apply to accounts under a Pro or Team plan, anonymous users are limited to 100 pulls per 6 hours per IP address, and authenticated free accounts are limited to 200 pulls per 6 hours. […]

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