About the course
- Learn to setup your development environment to run Docker
- Learn everything there is to know about Amazon ECS
- Learn how to create your own private Docker Registry with Amazon ECR
- Increase general AWS knowledge on identity and access management, security groups, EC2, S3, ELB, RDS, ElastiCache and more
- Learn to Dockerize a Ruby on Rails web application.
- Learn to profile your applications with Docker.
- Learn to price out a project on AWS at various traffic loads.
- Learn to load balance your web application on AWS.
- Learn to wire up a custom domain and FREE SSL certificate.
What are the Requirements?
- A computer running Windows, OSX or Linux
- A very basic understanding of Docker
Who is the target audience?
- Anyone who wants to figure out how to scale Docker on AWS
- Anyone who wants to extend a web application in an automated way
- Anyone who wants to scale their web application to multiple servers
- Anyone who wants to scaleup their career by improving their DevOps skills
Module 1: Amazon ECS Overview
- 1.1 What is Amazon ECS?
- 1.2 How Does It Compare with Other Services?
Module 2: Preparation for the Hands on Labs
- 2.1 Introduction
- 2.2 Setting up an Initial Course Folder
- 2.3 Installing Docker
- 2.4 Getting Set up on AWS
- 2.5 Installing and Configuring the AWS CLI
- 2.6 Benefits of Using the AWS CLI
- 2.7 Creating an SSH Keypair
- 2.8 Creating a Security Group
- 2.9 Creating ECS IAM Roles
Module 3: Deep Dive with Amazon ECS
- 3.1 Breaking Down Each ECS Component
- 3.2 Clusters
- 3.3 Container Agent
- 3.4 Container Instances
- 3.5 Task Definitions
- 3.6 Scheduler
- 3.7 Scheduling Services
- 3.8 Starting Tasks
- 3.9 Private Docker Registry (ECR)
- 3.10 ECS CLI
- 3.11 Tearing Down Our Cluster
Module 4: Developing the Ruby on Rails Application
- 4.1 Introduction
- 4.2 Generating a New Rails Project
- 4.3 Setting up a Strong Foundation
- 4.4 Dockerizing Your Rails Application
- 4.5 Running the Application Locally
- 4.6 Working with the Application
- 4.7 Building the Demo Application
- 4.8 Other Web Frameworks and Custom Apps
Module 5: Preparing to Deploy Everything on AWS
- 5.1 Introduction
- 5.2 Using and Configuring nginx
- 5.3 Setting up an S3 Bucket
- 5.4 Setting up RDS for Postgres
- 5.5 Setting up ElastiCache for Redis
- 5.6 Setting up an Elastic Load Balancer
- 5.7 Visualizing the Application's Architecture
- 5.8 Profiling the Ruby on Rails Application
Module 6: Estimating AWS Costs Based on Facts
- 6.1 Introduction
- 6.2 Going over the Cost Spreadsheet
- 6.3 Experimenting with Different Traffic Figures
- 6.4 Comparing Costs to Other Cloud Providers
- 6.5 Benefiting from Amazon's Free Tier
Module 7: Deploying Everything with Amazon ECS
- 7.1 Introduction
- 7.2 Creating the Production Cluster
- 7.3 Creating the Private Registry Repositories
- 7.4 Spinning up Multiple Container Instances
- 7.5 Registering the Task Definitions
- 7.6 Scheduling Services
- 7.7 Pushing Application Changes without Downtime
- 7.8 Automating Your Deployments with a Script
- 7.9 Exploring the AWS Console and Container Logs
Module 8: Domain Names and SSL
- 8.1 Introduction
- 8.2 Wiring up the ELB Endpoint to a Domain Name
- 8.3 Creating Free SSL Certificates with Amazon ACM
- 8.4 Updating the Security Group to Handle SSL
- 8.5 Updating the ELB to Handle SSL
- 8.6 Updating nginx to Handle SSL
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