I have an Amazon EC2 instance already running my Docker container containing my MongoDB and Apache Maven backend code. The Docker container is successfully running on port 80, and queries to it are working. I’m trying to set up Nginx as well to load my React generated index.html from "npm run build". However, Nginx cannot ..
I am new to AWS cloud. Want to install docker on the ec2 instance. I have done the following steps. Created aws free tier account Launched ec2 instance Now trying to install docker by command sudo yum install docker -y But getting the response as following: Following is the memory status: Kindly suggest what needs ..
I am a young developer who is trying to deploy api endpoints using containers in aws. My issue is that I cannot access these endpoints over https (Which I need to do). My application from the base level: Dockerfile exposes port 443 and 80 Docker-compose.yml does port forwarding on 5000:80 I upload this image to ..
I currently have an EC2 instance running over on AWs, with two applications (a frontend app and an API, standard stuff) By default I have port 80 and 443 enabled for public traffic, by my company’s devops team. Im trying to use Nginx, to redirect requests incoming to port :80, to different app/api ports setup ..
My AWS batch jobs are stuck in runnable state for past 3-4 days. So i tried debugging into it, and i realized that batch jobs are not actually joining the underlying Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) cluster. So i logged into EC2 instance and ran sudo service docker status and it throws following error: ..
I have services configured to serve from docker containers. The host server is a AWS ec2 instance of type t2.xlarge(4vCPU/16GB RAM). And it is running Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS. For the core functionality there are four docker containers, 1. DB 2. Backend API 3. WebSDK 4. Nginx All HTTP requests are routed through nginx to WebSDK ..
I am running below service in a container inside an EC2 instance service shellinabox start When I run docker with port mapping 443:443, then this service is not accessible by EC2 public ip as https though 443 is open in security groups docker run -d -p 443:443 –name siab -i siab docker ps -a CONTAINER ..
docker-compose.yml frontend Dockerfile frontend nginx.conf backend Dockerfile I’m running a node backend and a vue front end application in two different docker containers using docker-compose. I’ve built and deployed my images. The containers run successfully when running locally, but I get connection refused on api calls from my frontend to my backend on my ec2 ..
I am trying to run my microservice on ECS Fargate. I have self hosted private docker registry. I have tried pulling the same docker image from inside the EC2 server in the same subnet as ECS Fargate service, it’s able to pull the docker image. But, with ECS fargate, I am getting the following error: ..