In July we announced a new strategic partnership with Amazon to integrate the Docker experience you already know and love with Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) with AWS Fargate. Over the last couple of months we have worked with the community on the beta experience in Docker Desktop Edge. Today we are excited to bring this experience to our entire community in Docker Desktop stable, version 220.127.116.11.
You can watch Carmen Puccio (Amazon) and myself (Docker) and view the original demo in the recording of our latest webinar here.
What started off in the beta as a Docker plugin experience
docker ecs has been pulled into Docker directly as a familiar
docker compose flow. This is just the beginning, and we could use your input so head over to the Docker Roadmap and let us know what you want to see as part of this integration.
There is no better time to try it. Grab the latest Docker Desktop Stable. Then check out my example application which will walk you through everything you need to know to deploy a Python application locally in development and then again directly to Amazon ECS in minutes not hours.
Want more? Join us this Wednesday, September 16th at 10am Pacific where Jonah Jones (Amazon), Peter McKee (Docker) and myself will continue the discussion on Docker Run, our YouTube channel. For a live QA from our last webinar. We will be answering the top questions from the webinar and from the live audience.
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