AWS Introduces Batch Support for AWS Fargate

AWS Introduces Batch Support for AWS Fargate. During the first week of the annual re:invent, AWS introduced the ability to specify AWS Fargate as a computing resource for AWS Batch jobs. With the AWS Batch support for AWS Fargate, customers will have a way to run jobs on serverless compute resources.

New – Fully Serverless Batch Computing with AWS Batch Support for AWS Fargate

New – Fully Serverless Batch Computing with AWS Batch Support for AWS Fargate. AWS Fargate is a serverless computing engine for containers that eliminates the need to provision and manage your own servers. We launched AWS Batch on December 2016 as a fully managed batch computing service that enables developers.

AWS Serverless Kubernetes Infrastructure with Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate

AWS Serverless Kubernetes Infrastructure with Amazon EKS on AWS Fargate. Take a closer look at AWS Fargate, and find out how it can be used to create a serverless Kubernetes infrastructure that supports your application on EKS.

Preview: AWS Proton – Automated Management for Container and Serverless Deployments

Preview: AWS Proton – Automated Management for Container and Serverless Deployments. Preview of AWS Proton, a new service that helps you automate and manage infrastructure provisioning and code deployments for serverless and container-based applications.

New – AWS Fargate for Amazon EKS now supports Amazon EFS

AWS Fargate is a serverless compute engine for containers available with both Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) and Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS). With Fargate, developers are able to focus on building applications, eliminating the need to manage the infrastructure related undifferentiated heavy lifting.

AWS Fargate for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service | Caylent

Easily run Kubernetes-based applications on AWS by leveraging AWS Fargate and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service together. Learn more here.