Fargate removes the need to own, run, and manage the lifecycle of a compute infrastructure so that you can focus on what matters most: your applications. Use Fargate with Amazon ECS or Amazon EKS to easily run and scale your containerized data processing workloads.Can I run 64-bit applications on Fargate?
When you run Windows containers on Fargate, you must have an X86_64 CPU architecture. When you run Linux containers om Fargate, you can use the X86_64 CPU architecture, or the ARM64 architecture for your ARM-based applications. For more information, see Working with 64-bit ARM workloads on Amazon ECS .How do I make ports available in Fargate?
When using Fargate, you specify the ports that you want to make available in the portMappings section of your container definition. With Fargate, you set the containerPort to the port that the container listens to (e.g., 80 for nginx). Fargate will ensure that you then can access this container on the same port on the ENI.Can I specify CPU and memory at the container level for Fargate?
Amazon ECS task definitions for Fargate require that you specify CPU and memory at the task level. Although you can also specify CPU and memory at the container level for Fargate tasks, this is optional.