When your tasks are run on Fargate, your cluster resources are also managed by Fargate. When you first use Amazon ECS, a default cluster is created for you. You can create additional clusters in an account to keep your resources separate. For more information about creating clusters, see Amazon ECS clusters.What is AWS Fargate?
What is AWS Fargate? AWS Fargate is a technology that you can use with Amazon ECS to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters of Amazon EC2 instances. With Fargate, you no longer have to provision, configure, or scale clusters of virtual machines to run containers.How do I create an Amazon ECS cluster with Fargate?
Create an Amazon ECS cluster with the ecs-cli up command. Because you specified Fargate as your default launch type in the cluster configuration, this command creates an empty cluster and a VPC configured with two public subnets. This command may take a few minutes to complete as your resources are created.What is Fargate spot?
With Fargate Spot you can run interruption tolerant Amazon ECS tasks at a discounted rate compared to the Fargate price. Fargate Spot runs tasks on spare compute capacity. When AWS needs the capacity back, your tasks will be interrupted with a two-minute warning.