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Phillip Shipley

Service Resources for Your Terraformed Docker Environment

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Reading Time: 9 minutesIn Part II of this series, we defined and applied our shared infrastructure. Today we’ll continue where we left off and define an actual Docker service to run on that infrastructure. “Part III of the Terraforming Your Docker Environment series” via @phillipshipley Click To Tweet Service Resources Declaration To keep this tutorial as simple as […]

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Shared Resources for Your Terraformed Docker Environment on AWS

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Reading Time: 17 minutesIn Part 1 of this series, we laid the groundwork for Terraforming infrastructure on Amazon. Today we’ll define our actual infrastructure consisting of networks, servers, etc. Have fun! Part II of @phillipshipley’s Terraforming Docker Environments on AWS series covers shared resources. Click To Tweet Shared Resources Declaration Since our service depends on underlying resources like […]

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Terraforming Your Docker Environment on AWS

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Reading Time: 11 minutesOver the past couple of years, I’ve been using Amazon’s EC2 Container Service (ECS) to run our Docker applications. I’ve been mostly happy with the service and after working through all the hurdles of getting started, I’m pretty comfortable running multiple ECS clusters with dozens of services spread across several VPCs. While Amazon lowers the […]

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Easy Blue-Green Deployments on Amazon EC2 Container Service

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Reading Time: 8 minutesAmazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) is Amazon’s solution for running and orchestrating Docker containers. It provides an interface for defining and deploying Docker containers to run on clusters of EC2 instances. The initial setup and configuration of an ECS cluster is not exactly trivial, but once configured it works well and makes running and scaling […]

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