Watch this introductory video that explains what AWS Fargate is in under a minute. AWS Fargate is a serverless compute engine compatible with Amazon ECS or Amazon EKS that allows you to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters.
Set up a cluster and deploy a service with tasks using the Fargate launch type through the Amazon ECS CLI.
Take your first step with our fun Mythical Mysfits workshop. You will start with the basics of how to containerize a monolith service and deploy using AWS Fargate. As you continue along, you learn how to scale you application using an ALB and ECS service. Following modern application development (MAD) best practices, you will break up your monolith application into microservices and re-deploy using AWS Fargate.
This is just the first of the three workshops. Already know what you are doing? Go more in-depth.
Learn the basics of AWS Fargate and how to get started running containerized applications and microservices on AWS with this powerful technology.
This session provides a technical foundation for using AWS Fargate with your existing containerized services, as well as best practices for building images, configuring task definitions, task networking, secrets management, and monitoring.
Explore the security controls and best practices for securing containers running on AWS Fargate. This session covers networking setup, IAM, and the AWS and third-party tools you can use to deploy a secure, scalable cluster with AWS Fargate.
Learn the rationale behind some of the design decisions by the Fargate team and how that should influence your application design and best practices for building on AWS Fargate. In addition, Turner Broadcasting System (TBS) dives deep into how it migrated to Fargate.
Containers are a powerful tool for packaging your application and running it in the cloud. This session looks at the AWS Cloud Development Kit and uses it to build and deploy a container application using Fargate.
The AWS developer tools now offer improved continuous delivery support for the Amazon containers services. This session shows you how to implement blue/green deployments for AWS Fargate and Amazon ECS via AWS CodeDeploy.
Learn how to use Git and GitHub to run your containers. This session features a demo on how to use GitHub Actions to deploy to Fargate.
Dive deep into various visibility aspects of your serverless applications on AWS Fargate. Learn best practices around logging, alerting, metric collection, and monitoring the health of your containers. Also learn ways to troubleshoot container start up issues or application errors.
Dive deep into microservices networking. This sessiones discuss how you can build, secure, and manage the communications into, out of, and between the various microservices that make up your application. You will also take an in-depth look into various networking modes supported in Amazon ECS, Amazon EKS, and AWS Fargate and do a brief introduction to AWS App Mesh.