Storage Persistence Between Docker Containers on AWS ECS Fargate

If you are used to Docker you know that containers are stateless. It means that if you shut it down or spawn new containers, anything you wrote to disk will be gone. That’s one of the reasons a lot of people just write stuff to S3 buckets instead. But what if you are hosting yourContinue reading “Storage Persistence Between Docker Containers on AWS ECS Fargate”

Serverless APIs: Lessons learned

If you are thinking about or never heard that building completely serverless APIs was possible? This post is for you. I’m going to compile a few lessons I’ve learned in the past 3-4 years while shipping a few production projects and dealing with no servers at all. (\___/)( ͡ ͡° ͜ ʖ ͡ ͡°)\╭☞ \╭☞Continue reading “Serverless APIs: Lessons learned”

Deploying Sendy Using AWS ElasticBeanstalk and Docker

In this post I’m going to guide you through a step-by-step on how to deploy your Sendy installation using AWS ElasticBeanstalk and Docker. Keep in mind that this is a production ready setup so brace yourself. The AWS Resources Here is a list of what you need to do before going ahead. Create an ElasticBeanstalkContinue reading “Deploying Sendy Using AWS ElasticBeanstalk and Docker”