Friday, 29 March 2019

Now Amazon ECS Supports New Local Testing Tools

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) is a highly scalable, high-performance container orchestration service which assists Docker containers and enables you to execute and scale containerized applications on AWS. Formerly, you had to deploy your applications to ECS to make certain that updates were technically operating correctly for the credentials and task metadata service. If something was configured incorrectly, it needed following deployments to production to fix the hitch. Now you can utilize latest group of open source tools to check your applications locally before deploying to Amazon ECS. Your local testing toolkit includes Docker, Docker Compose, and awslabs/amazon-ecs-local-container-endpoints. Now, you can utilize recent open source repository to locally check containers which utilize AWS credentials or the task metadata service end-points. This accelerate the local development iteration loop to enable you to obtain your applications executing swift on ECS with reliance. To begin with the current local development tools, refer the Github repo or visit aws blog.

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