Pages with tag Docker Compose

Deploying MySQL to get started using a Docker Compose file While the docker run CLI command is powerful, Docker Compose files let us succinctly describe a whole system of Docker containers, virtual networks, and file systems, in one easy to read file. This is a powerful tool with which you can easily describe deployment of a full application stack. Compose files support not only deployment to the local Docker host, but to Docker Swarm clusters, and now to AWS ECS and Azure ACI cloud platforms.
Directly deploying a Docker service to AWS ECS using Docker Compose Deploying Docker services to AWS ECS is becoming much simpler thanks to new feature collaboration between the Docker and AWS teams. It is now possible to take a normal Docker Compose file, using modern Compose features, and deploy directly to AWS. Nothing complex or unusual is required, with all the complexity handled under the covers with a generated CloudFormation file. In this article we'll take a first look at using these features, which are in early release right now.
Implementing HTTPS with Docker services on AWS ECS using Docker Compose Thanks to a new Docker CLI feature we can directly deploy to AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS) using a Docker Compose file. It's very cool, and greatly simplifies deploying applications to AWS, but it lacks an important feature which is implementing HTTPS support. The solution offered by the Docker team involves rewriting the Cloud Formation template they generate for us, so let's learn how it works.