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What Is Amazon ECS?

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) is a fully managed container orchestration service that helps you easily deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications. As a fully managed service, Amazon ECS comes with AWS configuration and operational best practices built-in. This also means that you don’t need to manage control plane, nodes, or add-ons. It’s integrated with both AWS and third-party tools, such as Amazon Elastic Container Registry and Docker. This integration makes it easier for teams to focus on building the applications, not the environment. You can run and scale your container workloads across AWS Regions in the cloud, and on-premises, without the complexity of managing a control plane or nodes.

WHY Amazon ECS?

A serverless option with AWS Fargate. With AWS Fargate, you don’t need to manage servers, handle capacity planning, or isolate container workloads for security. Fargate handles the infrastructure management aspects of your workload for you. You can schedule the placement of your containers across your cluster based on your resource needs, isolation policies, and availability requirements.

An external instance option with ECS Anywhere. With ECS Anywhere, you can use the Amazon ECS console and AWS CLI to manage your on-premises container workloads.

An Amazon EC2 option. With EC2, you can use the Amazon ECS console and AWS CLI to manage your EC2 instances.

Integration with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). You can assign granular permissions for each of your containers. This allows for a high level of isolation when building your applications. In other words, you can launch your containers with the security and compliance levels that you’ve come to expect from AWS.

AWS managed container orchestration.

Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD). This is a common process for microservice architectures that are based on Docker containers. You can create a CI/CD pipeline that takes the following actions:

• Monitors changes to a source code repository.
• Builds a new Docker image from that source.
• Pushes the image to an image repository such as Amazon ECR or Docker Hub.
• Updates your Amazon ECS services to use the new image in your application.

Support for service discovery. This is a key component of most distributed systems and service-oriented architectures. With service discovery, your microservice components are automatically discovered as they’re created and terminated on a given infrastructure.

Support for sending your container instance log information to CloudWatch Logs. After you send this information to Amazon CloudWatch, you can view the logs from your container instances in one convenient location. This prevents your container logs from taking up disk space on your container instances.


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