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"It has an Auto Scaling group feature. We can use this feature to have an Auto Scaling group to specify a minimum and maximum count for all types of configurations. Based on the specified values, Amazon Elastic Container Service scales the required CPU environmental metrics.""The production environment is highly available, which nowadays is a requirement for all of the big companies."

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"The most important feature of Tanzu Mission Control is its integration with the other products, especially with ESX and vSAN. This is a strong part of Tanzu Mission Control. In other solutions, such as OpenShift or Kubernetes, you can find similar features, but they don't have similar integration. With Tanzu Mission Control, you get a total solution with only one provider. You have the integration with the infrastructure, virtualization of networking, and virtualization of storage. You have a natural integration, and you don't have the problem of integrating it with different products or providers. Sometimes, different companies have good integration, but it is not always guaranteed. For example, many years ago, Cisco and VMware were good partners in networking, but when VMware started to sell ESX, the relationship was broken. This is the problem that you can face when you are using solutions from two different companies.""Tanzu Mission Control has quite a set of rich features when compared to OpenShift.""The multi-tenancy with the VCD is great."

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"Sometimes, the instances fail under the ECS container cluster, and we have to manually go and find out the black sheep in the ECS container instance. We had an issue earlier where one of the instances under the ECS container cluster went down, and we were not able to identify that instance. The instance got terminated, but a new instance did not come up. Therefore, I had to manually get that instance up. It could be optimized better. In production, we normally cannot sustain such things. It can be optimized in terms of instances, durability, and serving the requests of customers.""I think that it would help if the vendor provided more use cases and explanations as to how ECS can be utilized."

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"It is not easy to build a solution with containers. It has a graphical user interface, but you need to have a lot of knowledge of Linux and how to work in the command mode. Its support can also be improved. Currently, its biggest disadvantage is that it is a new product, and the clients prefer to go for a solution that has been in the market for a long time. There are not that many people who know this product.""We want to see a new feature that helps build more security architecture like Zero Trust Security or shifting left in Kubernetes.""This product doesn't have a GUI. In order to use it properly, I need to connect it to a new GUI or build a GUI to manage it — it's pretty difficult."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"I don't exactly deal with the pricing. We have a separate Infra team that deals with the pricing. They are more into the scalability part. Based on our requirements, the pricing will increase. The automation teams will test some of the benefits to see how can we can optimize the cost. They'll have a security manager connection and some alerts based upon the usage to see how to reduce the building cost based upon the installations.""Our client is paying between $400 and $500 USD per month for this service."

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"VMware Tanzu Mission Control is cheaper than Red Hat OpenShift."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: The production environment is highly available, which nowadays is a requirement for all of the big companies.
Top Answer: Our client is paying between $400 and $500 USD per month for this service.
Top Answer: The problem with containerization technology is that many businesses do not trust it right now, and only use it in their development environment. For example, if you spin down the container then all… more »
Top Answer: The multi-tenancy with the VCD is great.
Top Answer: VMware Tanzu Mission Control is cheaper than Red Hat OpenShift.
Top Answer: This product doesn't have a GUI. In order to use it properly, I need to connect it to a new GUI or build a GUI to manage it — it's pretty difficult. This solution should come in a suite including… more »
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Overview

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) is a highly scalable, high-performance container orchestration service that supports Docker containers and allows you to easily run and scale containerized applications on AWS. Amazon ECS eliminates the need for you to install and operate your own container orchestration software, manage and scale a cluster of virtual machines, or schedule containers on those virtual machines.

Move Faster in Development
Give your developers self-service access to Kubernetes in the environment of their choice, with security and policy guardrails in place.

Manage Kubernetes at Scale
Bring global visibility, scalable operations, and consistent policy management to your modern apps by centralizing Kubernetes across teams and clouds.

Secure Your Footprint
Boost the security of your Kubernetes clusters and modern apps. Easily manage access, apply security policies, and inspect clusters for security and configuration risks.

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Find out what your peers are saying about Amazon Elastic Container Service vs. VMware Tanzu Mission Control and other solutions. Updated: May 2021.
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Amazon Elastic Container Service is ranked 10th in Container Management with 2 reviews while VMware Tanzu Mission Control is ranked 4th in Container Management with 3 reviews. Amazon Elastic Container Service is rated 8.6, while VMware Tanzu Mission Control is rated 6.6. The top reviewer of Amazon Elastic Container Service writes "Stable, highly-available, and helps reduce costs compared to an on-premises deployment". On the other hand, the top reviewer of VMware Tanzu Mission Control writes "A centrally managed security platform with a rich set of features, but it could be more secure". Amazon Elastic Container Service is most compared with , whereas VMware Tanzu Mission Control is most compared with OpenShift Container Platform, Rancher Labs, Nutanix Karbon and Amazon EKS. See our Amazon Elastic Container Service vs. VMware Tanzu Mission Control report.

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