Summary: What you need to deploy a Docker container to AWS ECS Fargate

In my previous post I walked through a couple of tutorials to deploy a test Docker container to AWS ECS Fargate. As a summary, here’s the various parts that you need to have in place to deploy a Docker container using Fargate: A Docker image, deployed to a Docker repository, e.g. either Docker Hub, or …

Deploying Docker containers to AWS ECS Fargate

The interesting feature of AWS ECS Fargate is that it’s ‘serverless for containers’. Serverless broadly means you don’t need to be concerned with the provisioning and maintenance of the servers or compute that are running your code. With Fargate, you don’t have to provision compute for your Docker Containers, AWS manages the compute for you. …

apt-get errors building Ubuntu based Docker images from old images

Turns out if you have an older base image downloaded locally and you try to rebuild your own image based on it a couple of years later, you could get errors running apt-get in your own Dockerfiles. I just got errors like this rebuilding an image that I first created 2 years ago: Err http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ …