Friday, 29 December 2017

Amazon Elastic Container Service now adds Elastic Load Balancing Health Check Grace Period

Amazon Elastic Container Service Schedule service now enable the users to define a grace period so that to avoid over soon shutdown of the newly instantiated tasks. Earlier if the Amazon Elastic Container Service task takes a lot of time to start then the Elastic Load Balancing health checks marks the task as unhealthy and the service scheduler will shut down the task prematurely. With the latest release, you can determine the health check grace period as the Amazon Elastic Container Service definition parameter. This will ultimately notify the service scheduler to ignore the Elastic Load Balancer Health checks for a pre-defined time period when the task is been instantiated. 

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