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AWS Batch is a beneficial service for batch computing heavy workloads. It removes the complexity of having a complete infrastructure setup and maintaining it. Also, it decreases the cost of the environment and is open to several types of automation to run the batch job.
AWS Batch is a very effective service introduced by the AWS Team. It helps to run batch computing workloads on the AWS Cloud. We can also say that it is a service that helps us use aws resources more effectively and efficiently, making the aws cloud more convenient to its users. This service also provisions the underlying resources efficiently once job is submitted. It helps to eliminate capacity constraints, reduce compute costs, and deliver results quickly.
It is used for running high-volume, repetitive data jobs at our ease. This method allows its users to process data when all the computing resources are available and minimize user Interaction.
AWS Batch makes all the required resources available only when the user needs to process any data, or we can say to run any computing job. Once the job completes, it automatically releases the resources saving some money for the user.
To run a Batch process, we need to create and run a job; a job can be created and run directly from the console. But in most use cases, users need to automate this process so that whenever they want to run any batch job, they don’t need to create and run the batch job manually.
AWS Batch multi-node parallel jobs let users run a single job on multiple servers. Multi-node parallel job nodes are single tenants, which means that only a single job container is run on each Amazon EC2 instance. To know more about AWS Batch, drop a query in the below comments section, and I will get back to you quickly.
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Nishant Ranjan is a Sr. Research Associate (Migration, Infra, and Security) at CloudThat. He completed his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Computer Science and completed various certifications in multi-cloud such as AWS, Azure, and GCP. His area of interest lies in Cloud Architecture and Security, Application Security, Application Migration, CICD, and Disaster Recovery. Besides professional interests, he likes learning the latest technologies and tools, reading books, and traveling.
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