In this video, learn if it is possible to share non-persistent volumes between containers in a task.
- [Instructor] So in order to actually share resources … within an ECS environment, … we have to update our task definition … to have multiple containers. … This is in addition to having changed … our underlying application … to not overwrite a file … but instead to pend to a file. … As we did in the previous video. … So in our task definition, … so from clusters where we normally start, … we're going to go to the task definitions page. … We're going to go to the host name fargate task. … Find the latest revision that you have. … Most likely one on six. … Cause I obviously had a couple of other revisions … in the middle. … And we're going to create a new revision. … The first thing we're going to do … is we're just going to add another container … which is identical almost to our previous container. … So we can scroll down here to the container definitions … and we can pick the host name container. … Just so I can easily grab the image path here. … So we'll go ahead and select and copy that. …
- Creating an Elastic Container Registry (ECR)
- Automatically building new containers
- Fargate vs. EC2 for containers
- Configuring ECS for EC2 and Fargate
- Deploying an app into ECS
- Managing container scale
- Adding an ECS service and task
- Networking and storage
- ECS metrics
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know2m 17s
1. Containerizing Applications
2. Set Up Amazon Container Service
3. Managing Container Scale
Container persistence models2m 10s
Next steps2m 43s
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