Why use containers for your application?
Containers are a popular open source standard for developing, packaging, and operating applications at scale. There are a few key benefits to using containers:
Packaging Containers provide you with a reliable way to gather your application components and package them together into one build artifact.
What are the benefits of packaging your application as a container?
Why use infrastructure as code?
Infrastructure as code is the process of provisioning and managing your cloud resources by writing a template file that describes what infrastructure you want to create.
Infrastructure as code can help you deploy cloud architecture faster and more reliably.
Hi! I'm Jeramiah!
Hi! I’m Jeramiah Dooley, and I manage the team of Developer Advocates that support ECS, App Mesh, Service Connect and the rest of the components and tools that are used to deploy containerized applications.
Meet Jeramiah Dooley, developer advocate manager at AWS
Well, well, well. Look what we have here.
You have no idea how pleased I am to present to the world the newest resources for AWS Builders using Amazon Elastic Container services.
Welcome to Containers on AWS, the newest resource for AWS builders who want to deploy containerized applications on Amazon ECS
Hi I'm Nathan Peck! 👋
Hi! I work as a senior developer advocate at AWS.
Prior to working at AWS I worked in the NYC startup scene, on my own personal projects, as well as Airtime (a social media platform focused on live social experiences), and StoryDesk (an iPad first presentation software with a built-in analytics system).
Meet AWS developer advocate Nathan Peck, and learn his thoughts on building with containers.
Shalom, I'm Maish!!
Hello everyone, it is a pleasure to meet you all. Let me introduce myself.
My name is Maish Saidel-Keesing and I am a Senior Developer Advocate for the Amazon Elastic Container Service team at AWS.
Meet Maish Saidel-Keesing, developer advocate at AWS