AWS gets more hybrid. And less multicloud

The Amazon Web Services made a series of announcements during the first day of his re AWS conference: Invent this week. Most of the news was created with the objective of helping customers to facilitate the deployment and management of container-based and serverless applications, both on the local server and in the AWS cloud, but it did not bring resources that facilitate the task of those who need to run the application. in conjunction with rival cloud services. 

The company made three important announcements made by CEO Andy Jassy on Tuesday (1). The first two, Amazon EKS Anywhere and Amazon ECS Anywhere, aim to help customers run workloads in containers both in the cloud and in local storage. 

Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) is a managed Kubernetes service that uses the popular open source container orchestrator. Elastic Container Service (ECS) is a more proprietary and AWS-centric option for executing containers. 

Jassy acknowledged that customers often use different options for
these managed container services for different workloads
and on different teams, depending on their
unique skill sets and requirements. 

The Computer Systems Analysts must identify the progress made towards implementing monitoring by application and by the environment. They have come with ways to add functionalities to the existing computer systems.

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