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Simplify Amazon ECS deployments

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ECS Deploy

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Redeploying a service in Amazon ECS causes some effort, even if you just want to pull the most recent image versions. You have to create a new revision of the task definition and update the service to use the newly created revision.

This project simplyfies deployments on Amazon ECS by providing a convinience CLI tool for actions, which are executed pretty often.

TL;DR

Redeploy or scale a service in Amazon ECS as simple as this:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service --tag latest
$ ecs scale my-cluster my-service 4

Installation

The project is availably on PyPI. Simply run:

$ pip install ecs-deploy

Configuration

As ecs-deploy is based on boto3 (the official AWS Python library), there are several ways to configure and store the authentication credentials. Please read the boto3 documentation for more details (http://boto3.readthedocs.org/en/latest/guide/configuration.html#configuration). The simplest way is by running:

$ aws configure

Alternatively you can pass the AWS credentials (via –access-key-id and –secret-access-key) or the AWS configuration profile (via –profile) as options when you run ecs.

Actions

Currently the following actions are supported:

deploy

Redeploy a service either without any modifications or with new image and/or command definitions.

scale

Scale a service up or down and change the number of running tasks.

Usage

For detailed information about the available actions, arguments and options, run:

$ ecs deploy --help
$ ecs scale --help

Examples

All examples assume, that authentication has already been configured.

Simple Redeploy

To redeploy a service without any modifications, but pulling the most recent image versions, run the follwing command. This will duplicate the current task definition and cause the service to redeploy all running tasks.:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service

Deploy a new tag

To change the tag for all images in all containers in the task definition, run the following command:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service -t 1.2.3

Deploy a new image

To change the image of a specific container, run the following command:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service --image webserver nginx:latest

This will modify the webserver container only and change its image to “nginx:latest”.

Deploy several new image

The -i or –image option can also be passed several times:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service -i webserver nginx:1.9 -i application django:latest

This will change the webserver’s container image to “nginx:1.9” and the application’s image to “django:latest”.

Modify a command

To change the command of a specific container, run the following command:

$ ecs deploy my-cluster my-service --command webserver "nginx"

This will modify the webserver container and change its command to “nginx”.

Scale a service

To change the number of running tasks and scale a service up and down, run this command:

$ ecs scale my-cluster my-service 4

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