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AWS | Cleaning up your Amazon ECS resources

Reading Time: 3 minutes In my previous blog posts on AWS (Introduction to Amazon ECS | Launch Amazon ECS cluster | Scaling with Amazon ECS | Deploy updated Task definition/Docker image), I had given an overview about what is Amazon ECS with a walk-through on how to launch Amazon ECS and then deploy sample app by creating a task definition, scheduling tasks and configuring a cluster and to scale Continue Reading

AWS | Amazon ECS – Deploy Updated Task Definition/Docker Images

Reading Time: 3 minutes In my previous blog posts on AWS (Launch Amazon ECS cluster and scaling with Amazon ECS), I had explained how to deploy sample app by creating a task definition, scheduling tasks and configuring a cluster on Amazon ECS and to scale in / scale out the same. In this I will guide you how to create a new revision for the existing task definition to use Continue Reading

AWS | Scaling with Amazon ECS

Reading Time: 3 minutes In my last post regarding AWS, I had explained how to launch Amazon ECS cluster including cloud formation, VPC and subnet creation,  ELB and ECS security group creation, auto scaling group, launch configuration, elastic load balancer creation with the help of sample app by creating a task definition, scheduling tasks and configuring a cluster through Amazon ECS First Run Wizard. In this blog, I will Continue Reading

AWS | Walk through – Amazon EC2 Container Service

Reading Time: 4 minutes In my last post, I had explained what is Amazon ECS? Its features and about the main components that are required to start using Amazon EC2 Container Service. In this blog, I will give you a walk-through of launching EC2 container instances through Amazon ECS First Run Wizard, in which I will deploy the sample application provided by Amazon. We can start using Amazon ECS Continue Reading

AWS | Introduction to Amazon EC2 Container service

Reading Time: 3 minutes What is Amazon ECS (EC2 Container Service)? Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) is a highly scalable, high performance container management service that supports containers and allows you to easily run and manage Docker enabled applications across a cluster of Amazon EC2 instances. And now you guys are thinking, but what does that mean? It means that the same Docker containers that you currently use will Continue Reading