You can now use AWS OpsWorks to provision and manage Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) container instances running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS or Amazon Linux 2015.03. Previously, you had to manually perform routine tasks such as installing system and package updates or configuring EBS volumes. You can now use OpsWorks to streamline these tasks for you. Learn more about how to provision and manage container instances using AWS OpsWorks here. To learn more about how to run ECS tasks on container instances that have been provisioned by OpsWorks, read the ECS Getting Started Guide.
Read our Product Page to learn more and our Documentation to get started with AWS OpsWorks.
Originally Posted: AWS OpsWorks Supports Managing Amazon ECS Container Instances
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