Ready for the real environment experience?
AWS Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon ECS. It allows you to create and deploy containers with no need to think about the servers or clusters. In the Lab, you will use Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) to create a fully-managed Docker repository for your images. Amazon ECR is integrated with Amazon ECS, streamlining your development and deployment operations. You can use Amazon's other services such as Simple Storage Service (S3) and Identity and Access Management (IAM) to control and manage your entire container-based solution. In this Lab, you will build a Docker container image with Amazon CodeBuild, push the image to ECR, and perform a deployment operation using ECS with Fargate.
Upon completion of this Lab you will be able to:
- Use application source files to create Docker container images and place them in Amazon ECR
- Create an Amazon ECS cluster
- Use the Amazon ECR images to create ECS task definitions and services
- Implement the services in ECS by using AWS Fargate enjoying the advantages of serverless
- Register ECS tasks with an Application Load Balancer (ALB) target group
You should be familiar with:
- Basic understanding of AWS concepts including VPCs, S3 storage, and Load Balancing
- An understanding of Docker and container concepts is helpful, but not required.
March 14th, 2022 - Updated docker image
October 6th, 2021 - Corrected typing error
September 7th, 2021 - Updated to reflect the latest console experience
July 30th, 2021 - Updated CodeBuild instructions and screenshots, clarified other instructions to reflect latest UI changes
April 16th, 2021 - Moved validation checks to the most relevant lab step for more immediate validation feedback
May 24th, 2019 - Updated CodeBuild instructions and buildspec.yaml to work with the new standard Ubuntu image
Stefano studies Computer Science and is passionate about technology. He loves working with Cloud services and learning all the best practices for them. Google Cloud Platform and Amazon Web Services are the cloud providers he prefers. He is a Google Cloud Certified Associate Cloud Engineer. Node.js is the programming language he always uses to code. When he's not involved in studying or working, Stefano loves riding his motorbike and exploring new places.