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Deploying Docker Containers to Amazon Web Services

Create and Manage Single or Multi-Container Applications on the Amazon EC2 Container Service
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Once you have completed this training course, you will be fully capable of deploying Docker containers to Amazon Web Services
Learn how to deploy Docker containers to Amazon Web Services

In this Deploying Docker Containers to Amazon Web Services training course, expert author Ryan Neufeld will teach you how to deploy Docker-centric applications and systems onto Amazon Web Services. This course is designed for users that already have experience with Docker. 

You will start by learning how to run a simple application on ECS, including how to create an ECS cluster, define a task for an application, and run the application task inside the cluster. From there, Ryan will teach you how to run a multi-container application on ECS, including how to link applications via ECS tasks, inspect logs for a cluster, and collect logs from a cluster. Finally, this video tutorial will teach you about automating clusters and deployment. 

Once you have completed this computer based training course, you will be fully capable of deploying Docker containers to Amazon Web Services. Working files are included, allowing you to follow along with the author throughout the lessons.

Introduction

1
Important - Download These First - Working Files
2
Introduction
3
About The Author
4
Docker Refresher
5
High-Level EC2 Container Service Concepts - ECS
6
AWS Account Setup

Running a simple application on ECS

1
Creating A Simple Docker-Based Application
2
Creating A ECS Cluster
3
Defining A Task For Our Application
4
Running The Application Task Inside The Cluster

Running A Multi-Container Application On ECS

1
Adding A Database-Layer To Our Application
2
Linking Applications Via ECS Tasks
3
Connecting Containers From Separate Task Definitions
4
Running A Multi-Container Application
5
Inspecting Logs For A Cluster
6
Collecting Logs From A Cluster

Automating Clusters And Deployment

1
CloudFormation Basics
2
Defining A Cluster In CloudFormation
3
Making Updates To A Stack
4
Emulating A Cluster Locally

Summary

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Comparison With Other Orchestration Tools
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ECS In Review
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