Serving Docker containers in an immutable infrastructure on AWS


The Docker slogan 'Build, Ship, and Run' advertises easy set up of immutable software builds, but it is not always that easy. Setting up immutable builds with Docker is pretty straight forward and shipping is just a matter of pushing the image to a repository. The next step is building the cloud infrastructure to run the containers. In this talk I briefly touch upon building immutable software. But the main focus of the talk will be on creating an immutable infrastructure. In this talk I will show you how to create an immutable infrastructure on AWS with Terraform. I will use a real world example to explain and show live how easy you can get micro services live on AWS and continuously apply changes to the same cloud environment..

Speaker

niek-palm

Niek Palm

 

Software Architect at Philips Research

He has more than 10 years experience working in various function in IThe did a lot of open source based development, had architecture roles, setup continuous delivery for several projects and made several trainings and workshops. Currently, he is working with technologies like AWS, Terraform, Spring Cloud, React, React Native, GitLabCi, Docker, Elastic Search and much more.