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Amazon Elastic Container Service

Developer Guide    HTML  |  PDF  |  KINDLE
API Reference    HTML  |  PDF
AWS CLI Reference    HTML
ECS CLI Reference    HTML

Amazon Elastic Container Registry

Developer Guide    HTML  |  PDF  |  KINDLE
API Reference    HTML  |  PDF
AWS CLI Reference    HTML

Open source projects

Amazon ECS CLI
The Amazon ECS Command Line Interface (CLI) provides high-level commands to simplify creating, updating, and monitoring Amazon ECS clusters and tasks from a local development environment.

Amazon ECS Agent
The Amazon ECS container agent allows container instances to connect to your cluster. The Amazon ECS container agent is included in the Amazon ECS-optimized AMI, but you can also install it on any EC2 instance that supports the Amazon ECS specification.

Amazon ECS RPM
The Amazon EC2 Container Service RPM is software developed to support the Amazon ECS Container Agent.

Amazon ECS CNI Plugins
A collection of Container Network Interface (CNI) Plugins used by the Amazon ECS Agent to configure network namespace of containers with Elastic Network Interfaces (ENIs)

Blox
Blox is the scheduling framework that powers all task scheduling on Amazon ECS. With Blox, you get more options for how to run your containerized workloads.

Whitepapers

Docker on AWS

Overview and options for running Docker containers on AWS.

Containerized Microservices on AWS

Design patters for building containerized microservices on AWS.

Building Microservices on AWS

Characteristics, challenges, and AWS solutions for building microservices.

Overview videos

Amazon ECS Core Concepts
Autoscaling for Containers
Load Balancing for Containers
Setting up CICD for containers

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Amazon ECS FAQs
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