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Can you run the task in a Fargate container? With Fargate you don't have to run and manage any EC2 instances, simply schedule the job to run in Fargate and be done with it. It runs standard docker images, same as on your EC2-based ECS cluster. The only limitation is that it can't do any privileged operations like mounting network filesystems or spawning ...


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The official documentation says : Be aware that when multiple actions are specified, they are executed sequentially. There are no official ways to change this behavior, however, you can create multiple scheduled task starting at the same moment, or manage the parallelism on your side with a custom executable/script (batch for example, as suggested in the ...


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Hosted Dead Man's Switch style services would be a perfect fit here. The idea in a nutshell: you set up your cron job to make a HTTP request to the hosted service just before the cron job finishes. The service sends you an alert whenever it doesn't hear from the cron job on time. reliability: the hosted service runs on a different infrastructure than your ...


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You can't run it as a virtual user account. But you can run it with a virtual group account. Lets say you run your scheduled task as the Local Service user. That group has a series of SIDs in its token: Local Service: Everyone (S-1-1-0) Local (S-1-2-0) NT AUTHORITY\Authenticated Users (S-1-5-11) BUILTIN\Users (S-1-5-32-535) Task Scheduler runs tasks with ...


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