In this video, explore a solution to the challenge.
(electronic music) … - So in order to build a new container … from our code itself, all we have to do is make a change … to the underlying CodeCommit repository. … So if we go into our host name, git repository, … which is up a directory from where we normally are. … Host name, is our git repository, do an ls, … and you know, we can do something simple, … like, change the readme. … Vi readme, and I'm not even going to do anything super clever … I'm just going to remove a line. … Okay, and then wq, :wq. … We'll just save that, and then I will add and commit that. … Since the files already exist I can … just do a git commit -am, … so its add and add a message, … and that's just minor update. … We'll go ahead and git push that, git push. … And then if we just want to go jump in to our repositories, … and we'll actually look at the code pipeline. … Go into the pipeline to see what pipelines are currently … running we can see that a commit has just succeeded. … So it saw the commit already and has triggered a build. …
- 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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