Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) makes it simple to store, manage, and deploy Docker containers. The below videos give an overview of the key Amazon ECS terminology and concepts.

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Follow the console or ECS CLI walkthrough in our Developer Guide for step by step instructions on using Amazon ECS to run your first containerized application.

ECS Console Walkthrough
Download ECS CLI

Use Amazon ECS to implement microservices with native, managed AWS integrations.

Microservices-Containers
Microservices-Containers

Use Amazon ECS to implement microservices with native, managed AWS integrations.
Reference Architecture | Blog | Tutorial | Video

Amazon ECS lets you run batch workloads with managed or customer schedulers on Amazon EC2 On-Demand, Reserved, or Spot instances.

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Batch-Containers

Amazon ECS lets you run batch workloads with managed or customer schedulers on Amazon EC2 On-Demand, Reserved, or Spot instances.
Reference Architecture | Video

You can deploy code into containers running on Amazon ECS using AWS Developer Tools.

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CICD-Containers

You can deploy code into containers running on Amazon ECS using AWS Developer Tools.
Reference Architecture | Blog | Video