Containers

Tag: AWS Copilot

Example app manifest for copilot\joker\manifest.yml

Streamline Windows Container Deployment on Amazon ECS with AWS Copilot and AWS Fargate

Since AWS Copilot CLI launched in 2020, developers have been using the tool to build, manage, and operate Linux containers successfully on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and AWS Fargate. By leaving the infrastructure-knitting and resource-wrangling to AWS Copilot, builders can spend more time focused on their business logic. With yesterday’s launch of Amazon […]

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Happy Building with App Runner and Copilot!

Enabling continuous workflows for AWS App Runner service with persistency using AWS Copilot CLI

We recently launched a new service called AWS App Runner, the simplest way to build and run your containerized stateless web application on AWS. App Runner provisions and manages all the required resources for you to run containers such as build pipelines, load balancers, scaling in and out, and of course, its underlying infrastructure. While […]

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Connecting to an interactive shell on your containers running in AWS Fargate using AWS Copilot

Since AWS Fargate launched in 2017 many developers have adopted the serverless compute model for containers. Instead of managing EC2 instances to run their containers, these developers are able to think of scaling in terms of container size and container count. Over time AWS Fargate has gained more and more features that make it capable […]

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Developing an application based on multiple microservices using AWS Copilot and AWS Fargate

Introduction On July 9, 2020, we introduced AWS Copilot, a new command line interface (CLI) to build, release, and operate production ready containerized applications on Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) and AWS Fargate. In this post, we walk you through how to communicate between microservices with service discovery using  AWS Copilot. You can also refer to […]

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Automatically deploying your container application with AWS Copilot

Taking an application from idea to working implementation that people can interact with is a multistep process. Once the design is locked in and the code is written, the next challenge is how to deploy and deliver the application to users. One way to do this is using a Docker container and a tool like […]

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