Thursday, 30 August 2018

AWS Fargate now allows you to schedule the task based on time and event

Earlier the customers had to start and stop the AWS Fargate task manually and to run a task on the schedule they had to write and integrate an external scheduler Amazon ECS API. But now with the latest update, you can now run a task on a regular or scheduler basis which will be a response to the CloudWatch Events. You can now easily start or stop the container services at any time. You can kickstart the AWS Fargate task schedule via AWS Fargate console, CloudWatch Events console and AWS Command Line Interface. AWS Fargate allows you to run containers without managing any cluster or servers. 

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