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Amazon CodeCatalyst workflow for Amazon ECS

Example CodeCatalyst workflow to build and publish a container image, and the deploy it to ECS.

Kowsalya Jaganathan
Amazon Employee
Published May 5, 2023
Last Modified May 21, 2024
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⏰ Last Updated2023-05-05
This snippet shows a CodeCatalyst workflow that will build and publish a container images, and then deploy it to an ECS cluster.
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The following values need to replaced in the snippet below:
  • <ECS cluster ARN>
  • <Account-Id>
  • <CodeCatalystPreviewDevelopmentAdministrator role>
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Name: BuildAndDeployToECS
SchemaVersion: "1.0"

# Optional - Set automatic triggers.
Triggers:
- Type: Push
Branches:
- main

# Required - Define action configurations.
Actions:
Build_application:
Identifier: aws/build@v1
Inputs:
Sources:
- WorkflowSource
Variables:
- Name: region
Value: us-west-2
- Name: registry
Value: <Account-Id>.dkr.ecr.us-west-2.amazonaws.com
- Name: image
Value: my-respository-cdkecsinfrastack
Outputs:
AutoDiscoverReports:
Enabled: false
Variables:
- IMAGE
Compute:
Type: EC2
Environment:
Connections:
- Role: <CodeCatalystPreviewDevelopmentAdministrator role>
# Add account id within quotes. Eg: "123456789012"
Name: "<Account-Id>"
Name: Non-prod
Configuration:
Steps:
- Run: export account=`aws sts get-caller-identity --output text | awk '{ print $1 }'`
- Run: aws ecr get-login-password --region ${region} | docker login --username AWS --password-stdin ${registry}
- Run: docker build -t appimage .
- Run: docker tag appimage ${registry}/${image}:${WorkflowSource.CommitId}
- Run: docker push --all-tags ${registry}/${image}
- Run: export IMAGE=${registry}/${image}:${WorkflowSource.CommitId}
RenderAmazonECStaskdefinition:
Identifier: aws/ecs-render-task-definition@v1
Configuration:
image: ${Build_application.IMAGE}
container-name: MyContainer
task-definition: task.json
Outputs:
Artifacts:
- Name: TaskDefinition
Files:
- task-definition*
DependsOn:
- Build_application
Inputs:
Sources:
- WorkflowSource
DeploytoAmazonECS:
Identifier: aws/ecs-deploy@v1
Configuration:
task-definition: /artifacts/DeploytoAmazonECS/TaskDefinition/${RenderAmazonECStaskdefinition.task-definition}
service: MyWebApp
cluster: <ECS cluster ARN>
region: us-west-2
Compute:
Type: EC2
Fleet: Linux.x86-64.Large
Environment:
Connections:
- Role: <CodeCatalystPreviewDevelopmentAdministrator role>
# Add account id within quotes. Eg: "12345678"
Name: "<Account Id>"
Name: Non-Prod
DependsOn:
- RenderAmazonECStaskdefinition
Inputs:
Artifacts:
- TaskDefinition
Sources:
- WorkflowSource

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