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Launch ECS container using AWS ECS CLI

The Amazon ECS Command Line Interface (CLI) is a command line tool for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) that provides high-level commands to simplify creating, updating, and monitoring clusters and tasks from a local development environment.

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Launch ECS container using AWS CLI - Step 5 - Cleanup

Delete all the resources that were created in this series.

This is the last part of a multi-post thread involving these steps:

  1. Network Setup
  2. Launch EC2 Instance
  3. Create Docker Image
  4. Create Service
  5. Cleanup (this post)
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Launch ECS container using AWS CLI - Step 4 - Create Service

Setup an ECS container repository, create a Docker image, and upload the Docker image to the repository.

This is part of a multi-post thread involving these steps:

  1. Network Setup
  2. Launch EC2 Instance
  3. Create Docker Image
  4. Create Service (this post)
  5. Cleanup
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Launch ECS container using AWS CLI - Step 3 - Create Docker Image

Setup an ECS container repository, create a Docker image, and upload the Docker image to the repository.

This is part of a multi-post thread involving these steps:

  1. Network Setup
  2. Launch EC2 Instance
  3. Create Docker Image (this post)
  4. Create Service
  5. Cleanup
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Launch ECS container using AWS CLI - Step 2 - Launch EC2 Instance

Create an “EC2 Contaner Service” (ECS) cluster with one EC2 instance. This will be used to host ECS tasks / container instances.

This is part of a multi-post thread involving these steps:

  1. Network Setup
  2. Launch EC2 Instance (this post)
  3. Create Docker Image
  4. Create Service
  5. Cleanup
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Launch ECS container using AWS CLI - Step 1 - Network Setup

Setup network infrastructure including new VPC (Virtual Private Cloud), public and private subnets, internet gateway, security group, and ssh access.

This is part of a multi-post thread involving these steps:

  1. Network Setup (this post)
  2. Launch EC2 Instance
  3. Create Docker Image
  4. Create Service
  5. Cleanup
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Create an AWS EC2 instance with the AWS CLI

Make sure you do this setup first:

  1. Setup macOS for AWS Cloud DevOps
  2. AWS Authentication

Steps:

  1. Launch an AWS EC2 instance (this post)
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AWS Authentication

Set up your AWS credentials. For more information, see Configuration and credential file settings.

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