How to update docker container running on Amazon ECS

I’m very new to Amazon ECS, and I’ve written a task definition with 3 containers. One for my php application (main-server), second for node application (pubsub-server) and a redis container.

main-server and pubsub-server link to redis container. (Is this the best way to arrange the containers?)

  • How to update docker version in AWS ECS
  • amazon ecs Container for Configuration files
  • For a web application, does it make sense to have two separate containers for template and api server?
  • Storage requirement when using for AWS ECS
  • How to create notification for success application deployment in ECS Docker?
  • Run process as Daemon on AWS Infrastructure
  • The cluster runs well. However, I have an update to make in my main-server. I am able to push the updated image to Amazon ECR but my changes don’t reflect on the cluster. Is there any additional step to perform to run the updated container on push?

    I have tried deregistering the tasks and activating them back. But it doesn’t seem to work.

    Please let me know if I need to provide anymore details.

  • NodeJS & Docker: How to change the default Context an App is under: e.g. /myapp/stuff rather than /stuff
  • Error getting authority in Ubuntu SDK Docker image
  • Docker container and docker container on VM
  • How to export the data in docker container?
  • Docker container with it's own IP on a root server
  • docker build with Dockerfile, but the image has no name or tag
  • Docker will be the best open platform for developers and sysadmins to build, ship, and run distributed applications.