AWS Batch Reviews

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January 13, 2021
Ashwin Vinod | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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AWS Batch is used for making smart scaling decisions by running multiple jobs. It is being used to automate and build various jobs from different resources across various departments. It also monitors our applications and automatically adds or removes capacity in real time. This is very helpful to maintain jobs and availability with our workload changing continuously.
  • Automate jobs
  • Manage performance
  • Pay per use
  • Provide more documentation
  • Provide in-house training for better use of product
Start with reviewing all your jobs, consolidating the timeline, and making a plan on what all jobs need to be prioritized. These can be optimized based on cost and performance. With a continuously changing workload, AWS Batch helps to build and automate the jobs across various resources. It also helps to manage the performance and workload.
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AWS Batch Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Multi-platform scheduling (1)
10
Central monitoring (1)
8
Logging (1)
10
Alerts and notifications (1)
10
Analysis and visualization (1)
7
Application integration (1)
8

What is AWS Batch?

With AWS Batch, users package the code for batch jobs, specify dependencies, and submit batch jobs using the AWS Management Console, CLIs, or SDKs. AWS Batch allows users to specify execution parameters and job dependencies, and facilitates integration with a broad range of popular batch computing workflow engines and languages (e.g., Pegasus WMS, Luigi, Nextflow, Metaflow, Apache Airflow, and AWS Step Functions).
Categories:  Workload Automation

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What is AWS Batch?

With AWS Batch, users package the code for batch jobs, specify dependencies, and submit batch jobs using the AWS Management Console, CLIs, or SDKs. AWS Batch allows users to specify execution parameters and job dependencies, and facilitates integration with a broad range of popular batch computing workflow engines and languages (e.g., Pegasus WMS, Luigi, Nextflow, Metaflow, Apache Airflow, and AWS Step Functions).

Who uses AWS Batch?

The most common users of AWS Batch are from Enterprises and the Education Management industry.