Playbook

Securing and Investigating Containerized Applications Running on AWS ECS

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The appeal of managed cloud services which abstract away the server racks are easy to understand, so more and more organizations are moving to the cloud. One popular example of a managed cloud service is AWS Elastic Container Service, or ECS. ECS can be configured to use EC2 (AWS virtual machines managed by the customer), on-premises container hosts connected to AWS, or AWS’s fully managed Fargate as the underlying container host infrastructure. 

This playbook covers best practices for securing and investigating containerized applications running in Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS).