Containerization is gaining much attention as industries shift from legacy support technologies to technologies that transform business through increased adoption of cloud. Containerized applications, across hybrid cloud, can be leveraged to establish a robust foundation for business transformation beyond providing cost-optimized operating model for enterprises.
Moreover, enterprises are increasingly transforming their business processes using microservices for agility, and containers are rapidly becoming the platform of choice for deployment of these microservices across enterprise landscape.
Amazon Elastic Container Services (ECS) enable enterprises to fast track their containerization journey. With deep delivery experience of Amazon ECS, coupled with rich industry-specific contextual knowledge, TCS enables enterprises to seamlessly integrate technology capabilities, achieve higher agility, and de-risk their migration and modernization journey to AWS.
TCS’ offering for Amazon ECS Anywhere orchestrates container workloads across varying locations - cloud, on-premises, and edge. It includes the assessment of current workload for containerization, recommended adoption roadmap, reference architecture blueprint, and workload hosting pattern (IaaS, PaaS, Serverless), along with robust DevSecOps pipeline for container-specific workloads.
With Amazon ECS Anywhere, enterprises no longer have to maintain the master-plane, and workloads can be hosted either on underlying Virtual Machine (EC2) or on serverless model (Fargate). These workloads coupled with other AWS solutions such as API Gateway, Lambda, Dynamo DB, RDS and DevOps serve as the backbone of modern application architecture across enterprises. This allows end-to-end traceability of business containerization initiatives through the development, test, deployment and monitoring life cycle.
Amazon ECS Anywhere extends the capability of ECS workload beyond AWS, opening up new avenues of adoption for enterprises interested to run container workloads on premise or on multi-cloud while securely running ECS control plane on AWS.