Amazon ECS (Elastic Container Service) is a managed container orchestration service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that primarily runs Docker containers. An Amazon ECS Developer can help customers leverage the AWS platform to bring their applications to production easily and quickly.
An Amazon ECS developer has extensive experience in designing and construing applications running on Docker containers and can help customers save both time and money when deploying their solutions. An Amazon ECS Developer can set up secure services with authentication, set up services that are monitored, automated the scaling of resources, developed secure APIs, and transferred a client’s existing applications to the AWS platform.
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I need a remote session such as google meets to fix the following problem tby your instructions: I have 2 docker images I run 2 containers from them they depens on each other. They work fine in local on docker using docker compose up. : version: '3.8' services: selenium-driver: image: selenium/standalone-chrome ports: - "4444:4444" - "7900:7900" shm_size: 2g networks: - gridnetwork container_name: selenium-driver-container cloud-crawler: build: context: . dockerfile: ./Dockerfile networks: - gridnetwork container_name: cloud-crawler-container depends_on: - selenium-driver networks: gridnetwork: WHAT IS THE TASK FOR YOU? I need to deploy them to AWS as fargate tasks usi...