AWS – Steps to Achieve Continuous Delivery of Microservices Containers

This article enlists the key steps that would be required to create a continuous delivery setup for pushing cloud-native app (microservices with Docker containers) on AWS Cloud platform. Each of the points listed below will be detailed in separate blogs.

  • Setup Jenkins with Git
  • Setup Springboot microservices within Docker container
  • Integrate Jenkins with AWS EC2 Container Registry (ECR)
  • Setup AWS EC2 Container Service (ECS)
  • Setup ECS Cluster with one EC2 instance
  • Create ECS with a task definition and ELB (Elastic Load Balancer)
  • Setup
  • Setup a Web app using microservices

Following apps/tools will be used to achieve above objective:

  1. Jenkins
  2. Git
  3. Springboot microservices
  4. Docker Containers
  5. AWS cloud services such as ECR, ECS, ECS Cluster, EC2, ELB etc.
  6. A sample web app invoking microservices
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