AWS: Running a docker-image with ECS (part 3): Stop it!

After running a docker-image on ECS i tried to stop my service:

But after a view seconds the task was respawned:

Hmmm - "select cancel and update the service to stop the task"...
"Update the service" is not so difficult:
But there is no stop button.
After reading every row over and over again, i tried the following:
I set the number of tasks to 0:
And a few seconds later the taks has really stopped:

AWS: Running a docker-image with ECS (part 2)

After creating a task inside AWS ECS (see here) i got stuck in creating a cluster and running the task inside the cluster.

So i deleted the cluster and startet with this page:

And here we go:

I chose "nginx":

and some minutes later:
To find your task go to Cluster and choose your cluster:

 Open the tab "Tasks":

 and click on the Task name "6b...." or respectively your name:

Here you get the public ip, which you can use for a first contact with your task:


AWS: Running a docker-image with ECS

After reading some parts of the AWS documentation i decided to launch a docker-image via ECS - or better i will try to launch nginx.

Go to Amazon ECS and click on "Task Definitions":

 Then "Create new Task Definition"
 and then "FARGATE":

After adding a name you have to click "add container" and put in nginx + nginx:latest:

Then go back to  "Task Definitions" and choose "Actions"
 If you select "Run Task", you will end up with this window:

"Cluster: None Available" - so next step is to add a FARGATE cluster:

Running a task definition will be a task in another posting ;-)