AWS Elastic Container Service:Containerizing a NodeJs App + ECR +  Auto Scaling + Capacity Providers



In this video, I have shown how easily anyone can get started with AWS ECS and host your application in every detail.
This video covers:
1) Containerization a Node.js Application using Docker
2) Upload docker image in AWS ECR
3) Creating ECS cluster
4) Creating Task definition (with dynamic port mapping)
5) Creating Service – all steps with Auto Scaling
6) Setting up Capacity Providers

Node.js Dockerization steps:
https://nodejs.org/de/docs/guides/nodejs-docker-webapp/

Code repo: https://github.com/sd031/sample-nodejs-docker-app

ECS Documentation: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECS/latest/developerguide/Welcome.html

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4 thoughts on “AWS Elastic Container Service:Containerizing a NodeJs App + ECR + Auto Scaling + Capacity Providers”
  1. kindly organise the content and put a video, a newbie would never benefit from your video. Feels like you're talking to yourself and creating something.

  2. Excellent video.
    I have 2 micro services running on two different containers. But in my container after 1000 login entry on my application containers is not accepting more connection. How to troubleshoot container logs in ECS.

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