Category: AWS Fargate
In this blog post, we’ll explore how Green Urban Scenarios simulator (GUS) helps urban planners explore the impact of green infrastructure on the urban environment using digital twins and simulations scaled using AWS Batch.
AWS Batch recently added support for Graviton and Windows containers on Fargate. Read about how these and other features like large task sizes and configurable local storage make AWS Batch on Fargate a fantastic serverless solution for your batch workloads.
In this post we’ll show how to use AWS Batch, AWS Fargate and Amazon Event Bridge to create a job scheduling solution for containers that’s fully managed, serverless, and event-driven.
Large-scale data analysis usually involves some multi-step process where the output of one job acts as the input of subsequent jobs. Customers using AWS Batch for data analysis want a simple and performant storage solution to share with and between jobs. We are excited to announce that customers can now use Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon […]