AWS Announces the General Availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere

Recently AWS announced the general availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere, a new capability in Amazon ECS that enables customers to quickly run and manage container-based applications on-premises, including virtual machines (VMs), bare-metal servers, and other customer-managed infrastructure.

Since Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) release in 2014, the company provided customers with options to run tasks on the compute services outside of an AWS region, such as AWS Wavelength and AWS Outposts. However, due to regulatory, latency, and data residency requirements, there is also a need to run workloads on-premise. With Amazon ECS Anywhere, customers now have that option. The fully-managed container orchestration service allows customers to run, scale, and secure Docker container applications on any customer-managed infrastructure in addition to all AWS Regions, AWS Local Zones, and AWS hybrid infrastructure deployments (e.g., AWS Outposts and AWS Wavelength).

In a press release on the Amazon ECS Anywhere, Deepak Singh, VP, compute services at AWS, said:

Customers have told us that while they need to run containers on their own infrastructure, they don’t want the hassle of operating their own cluster management software. They love the simplicity of Amazon ECS, the fact that it just works, and want the same reliability, scalability, and security of Amazon ECS wherever they run their applications. With Amazon ECS Anywhere, we are proud to provide our customers exactly what they’ve asked for—a single service and control plane to manage their container deployments across AWS Regions, AWS Outposts, AWS Wavelength, AWS Local Zones, and customer-owned infrastructure, both in their data centers and at edge locations. Nothing else in the industry does that.

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AWS Announces the General Availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere

AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the general availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere.

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) was released in 2014. Amazon ECS Anywhere offers a fully managed container orchestration service that enables customers to run, scale, and secure Docker container applications easily on any customer-managed infrastructure along with all AWS Regions, AWS Local Zones, and AWS hybrid infrastructure deployments.

“Customers have told us that while they need to run containers on their own infrastructure, they don’t want the hassle of operating their own cluster management software. They love the simplicity of Amazon ECS, the fact that it just works, and want the same reliability, scalability, and security of Amazon ECS wherever they run their applications,” said Deepak Singh, VP, Compute Services, AWS.

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AWS Announces the General Availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere

Recently AWS announced the general availability of Amazon ECS Anywhere, a new capability in Amazon ECS that enables customers to quickly run and manage container-based applications on-premises, including virtual machines (VMs), bare-metal servers, and other customer-managed infrastructure.

Since Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) release in 2014, the company provided customers with options to run tasks on the compute services outside of an AWS region, such as AWS Wavelength and AWS Outposts. However, due to regulatory, latency, and data residency requirements, there is also a need to run workloads on-premise. With Amazon ECS Anywhere, customers now have that option. The fully-managed container orchestration service allows customers to run, scale, and secure Docker container applications on any customer-managed infrastructure in addition to all AWS Regions, AWS Local Zones, and AWS hybrid infrastructure deployments (e.g., AWS Outposts and AWS Wavelength).

In a press release on the Amazon ECS Anywhere, Deepak Singh, VP, compute services at AWS, said:

Customers have told us that while they need to run containers on their own infrastructure, they don’t want the hassle of operating their own cluster management software. They love the simplicity of Amazon ECS, the fact that it just works, and want the same reliability, scalability, and security of Amazon ECS wherever they run their applications. With Amazon ECS Anywhere, we are proud to provide our customers exactly what they’ve asked for—a single service and control plane to manage their container deployments across AWS Regions, AWS Outposts, AWS Wavelength, AWS Local Zones, and customer-owned infrastructure, both in their data centers and at edge locations. Nothing else in the industry does that.

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Amazon Announces the General Availability of AWS Glue 2.0

AWS Glue is a fully managed extract, transform, and load (ETL) service that makes it easy for customers to prepare and load their data for analytics. With AWS Glue, customers don’t have to provision or manage any resources and only pay for resources when the service is running.

Since its
general availability
, Amazon updated the service with several features, such as support for stream ETL jobs earlier this year, as reported by InfoQ. A few months later, the service received a few updates and is now generally available as a significant new version. These updates include faster Spark ETL job start times, 1-minute minimum billing duration, and a new capability to install Python modules from a wheel file or a repository.

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How to Upload to Amazon S3 via AWS CLI and NPM scripts

Static websites are a brilliant way to create performant sites. My website is built using Gatsby and hosted on Amazon S3. I have created a simple script to help you quickly upload your site to S3 by running one simple command in your project terminal.

Prerequisites

Before we start, you must ensure that you have completed the following:

  • Install AWS CLI (Amazon Web Services Command Line Interface) on your machine.
  • Create a bucket in Amazon S3 (this is where we will be uploading our project files to).

This guide assumes that you have some familiarity navigating the AWS Console and each Amazon Web Service.

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AWS This Week: ECS Anywhere and Amazon Location Service now in GA

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Alex Galvin is here with your weekly dose of AWS news and updates! This Week, run ECS workloads on-prem with ECS Anywhere, which is now generally available; Amazon Location Service is now also generally available, with new routing and satellite imagery capabilities; introducing Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics Studio; and AWS announce a new region in the UAE.

Introduction (0:00)
Getting started with ECS Anywhere (0:43)
Amazon Location Service is now available (1:45)
AWS launches Kinesis Data Analytics Studio (2:25)
New AWS region in the United Arab Emirates (3:04)

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