Using scheduler on Amazon ECS

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Is it possible to use my own scheduler with Amazon ECS?

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ECS provides Blox, a collection of open source projects for container management and orchestration. Blox makes it easy to consume events from Amazon ECS, store the cluster state locally and query the local data store through APIs. Blox also includes a daemon scheduler that can be used as a reference for how to use the cluster state server.

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