March 2017

AWS Velocity Series: Containerized ECS based app infrastructure

AWS Velocity Series: Containerized ECS based app infrastructure

EC2 Container Service (ECS) is a highly scalable, fast, container management service that makes it easy to run, stop, and manage Docker containers on a cluster of Amazon EC2 instances. To run an application on ECS, you need the following components: Do...

Painlessly create or update a CloudFormation stack in an idempotent way

Painlessly create or update a CloudFormation stack in an idempotent way

When integrating CloudFormation into your CI/CD pipeline you are faced with the challenge of creating a CloudFormation stack on the first run of the pipeline, while you need to update the stack for all following pipeline runs. If you use the AWS CLI thi...

AWS Velocity Series: EC2 based app CI/CD pipeline

AWS Velocity Series: EC2 based app CI/CD pipeline

In the previous article, you learned how to use CloudFormation to describe a production-ready infrastructure for an EC2 based app. In this article you will learn to: Automate the creation of an AMI that contains the app with Packer Deploy a CloudFormat...

AWS Velocity Series: EC2 based app infrastructure

AWS Velocity Series: EC2 based app infrastructure

To run a production-ready application on EC2 gives you maximum freedom but also maximum responsibilities. By production-ready, I mean: Highly available: no single point of failure Scalable: increase or decrease the number of instances based on load Fri...


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