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Deploying Docker Containers in AWS and Wandering Around Clusters


 

Or, at least learning more about each. And self-learning is the important part, right?

And welcome back to not only AWS, but Docker as well. This is a bit of an older post, as I have more experience with Terraform's containerized environments in Azure over AWS.

Instructions

There is a Console First Run Wizard, here.

AWS Docker Diagram
I have an exceedingly vague idea of what this means in full. Cluster is essentially the pack of what you need to run something. Bing (Yes, Bing), says it's a 'logical grouping of tasks or services'.

So 'containers' are the 'physical' grouping, if we consider 'physical = code'.

We can define a service, which allows us to run and maintain a specified number of simultaneous instances of a task definition.

It sounds a little like a limited pool of IP addresses. This is the free tier, AWS only gives us one.


The instructions emphasize Elastic Load Balancing...which took me a while to realize and find.



And now the service is set up and running, so I can go to my Load Balancer and click the DNS name.



We did it!
The spreadsheet is to keep track of people at Target Companies.


Other questions:

  • How can I edit this page?

Next; Create a Docker Registry.



EMPLOYERS: Hey cool, synergy!

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