Join Robert Starmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Enable SSH to EC2 for ECS, part of Docker on AWS.
- [Narrator] If we want to create an EC2 ECS cluster … that also allows us to log into the services, … we do have one additional step that we have to do, … and that is, we have to actually add the SSH key pair, … or rather the SSH public key, … into the EC2 key pairs environment. … We can do that actually quite simply. … So, we do need to get to our terminal session, … and if we can cat the public key … for that particular session that we want. … So, in my case, that would be in my home directory … under tilde, slash, dot, S-S-H, slash, I-D, … underscore, R-S-A, dot, pub. … That's the default key. … You might have a specific key for EC2 only, … but we're going to go ahead and grab the key pair ID. … We don't need the little part at the end. … That's not important. … We'll then go back into our web environment. … We're going to open up the services page. … Let's open EC2 on a new tab, … jump into that. … Then we can select the key pairs section here. … We can see we don't have any, … so we're going to go ahead and import. …
- 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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