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Hello World

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

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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.

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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

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Hello friends, I'm Jessica!

Hi friends! My name is Jessica Deen and I’m currently a Principal Developer Advocate at AWS focusing on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS). Prior to joining AWS, I worked for Microsoft in a variety of capacitities for over a decade.

Meet Jessica Deen, developer advocate at AWS

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EC2 or AWS Fargate?

There are two main compute options for running containers with Amazon Elastic Container Service: EC2 (Deploy and manage your own cluster of self managed virtual machine instances that can each run one or more containers) AWS Fargate (Run containers directly, without any virtual machines to think about) Both are completely valid techniques for operating your containers in a scalable and reliable fashion.

Comparison of Amazon EC2 and AWS Fargate across pricing, performance, and administrative overhead, with examples of best fits for each compute option.

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Why should I use an orchestrator like Amazon ECS or Kubernetes?

If you work in software development for the cloud you have probably heard of infrastructure orchestrators such as Kubernetes, Amazon Elastic Container Service, or Hashicorp Nomad.

Does container orchestration make it easier to manage your application, or does it make it harder?