In Part 5, we'll dive into container orchestration with Amazon ECS as we move our staging and production environments to a more scaleable infrastructure. We'll also add the Docker Hub image registry and Amazon EC2 Container Registry. Finally, we'll utilize Amazon's Elastic Load Balancing for load balancing and Amazon's Relational Database Service for data persistence.
By the end of part 5, you should be able to...
Check out the live app, running on EC2 -
You can also test out the following endpoints...
|/auth/login||POST||No||log in user|
|/auth/logout||GET||Yes||log out user|
|/auth/status||GET||Yes||check user status|
|/users||GET||No||get all users|
|/users/:id||GET||No||get single user|
|/users||POST||Yes (admin)||add a user|
Grab the code: