AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS) Anywhere and AWS Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) Anywhere can now run across your current AWS cloud or on-premises environment and be managed from a single console.
Mission’s Cloud Architect and APN Ambassador Jake Malmad recaps AWS re:Invent 2021 with updates in computing, database, monitoring, security, and governance.
Learn more about the top ten AWS security tools you should consider using to improve your security posture in 2021 and beyond.
Learn more about the key differences between Heroku and AWS and why you may be better served by migrating your applications to the AWS cloud.
Learn more about different container monitoring tools on AWS and the best ways that customers can leverage them.
Here, we discuss how running containers on AWS can shorten code deployment and optimize the entire development process.
Here, we discuss AWS Fargate advantages and give examples of where and when Fargate may be the preferred mode for launching containers in EC2.
Containers accelerate application development and deployment. Companies moving to AWS should consider this approach when developing new applications or refactoring existing applications. AWS offers two options to support containers - Elastic Beanstalk and EC2 Container Service.
If you aren’t already running Kubernetes on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), it may be time to consider migrating to reduce costs and maximize the value of your Kubernetes investment.
Learn more about the differences between Amazon ECS and EKS to determine which container orchestration service is right for your organization.