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AWS Containerization Services

Enhance the portability and efficiency of your applications through the implementation of an optimal containerization strategy. 

Accelerate deployment timelines by prioritizing portability and reliability

Containers have become a go-to solution when there’s a need for rapid, dependable, and uniform deployment of applications across various environments.

They essentially package your entire application alongside its dependencies, libraries, binaries, and configuration files into a unified entity. This encapsulation provides a foundation for building robust, scalable, and effective applications. Moreover, containers play a pivotal role in reducing clashes between development and operations teams by housing everything an application needs in a consistent environment.

Furthermore, they are instrumental in fostering the adoption of DevOps and Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) practices within organizations. Their flexibility aligns seamlessly with strategies for migrating to the cloud, offering adaptable capabilities that suit various cloud migration approaches. Ultimately, containers have emerged as a linchpin in modern software development, enabling smoother deployment and harmonious collaboration between different teams involved in the application lifecycle.


Containers empower you to expedite application delivery by concurrently running multiple applications on the same instance. You have the flexibility to define precise resource allocations—such as memory, disk space, and CPU—for a container on an instance. This allows for the swift creation and termination of applications or tasks stored in a container, facilitating rapid scalability for applications, both up and down as needed


Dividing a monolithic application into containers enhances development speed by enabling your team to work on distinct components of the application. Each application component can be compartmentalized into containers, each running specific microservices.This setup empowers developers to upgrade each service , mitigating the risk of library conflicts and fostering parallel development of various elements of the application.

Version Control

Containers offer the capability to manage versions of your application code alongside their dependencies. They facilitate easy maintenance, version tracking, comparison between iterations, and reverting to prior versions.


Leveraging containers is crucial for migrating workloads to AWS cloud infrastructure, offering essential support for a smooth transition and optimal functionality, ensuring efficient operation.

About us

Why Invenger Cloud

Invenger Cloud leverages its extensive expertise in employing highly scalable container management and registry services to streamline the containerization and distribution of applications. The company aids in the entire lifecycle of containers, from building and deploying to managing and scaling them in production. This comprehensive approach enables clients to develop applications rapidly and efficiently within containerized environments.

Furthermore, Invenger Cloud offers a robust infrastructure-as-code (IaC) library, simplifying the provisioning of AWS resources. This IaC approach enhances the agility and consistency of infrastructure deployment, allowing for efficient management and scaling of AWS resources through code-based configurations.

Our toolkit for containers

The toolkit provides users with a comprehensive set of options and capabilities to run containerized workloads on AWS, supporting different deployment strategies, managing containers at scale, and ensuring robustness, scalability, and security of containerized applications within the AWS ecosystem.

Amazon ECS

Amazon's Web Services Elastic Container Service (ECS)

Amazon ECR

Amazon's Elastic Container Registry (ECR)

Amazon EKS

Amazon's Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

AWS Fargate

Amazon's Serverless compute engine


Containerization platform for building applications

AWS App Mesh

AWS service for microservices communication


Kubernetes package manager for deployments


Container orchestration system for applications