In his blog post, Chris Crone, senior engineering manager at Docker, mentioned that developers can now take their local Compose projects to the cloud. Providing details of the integration, he clarified that when implementing these integrations, the existing CLI commands were not impacted.
Docker announced that they are open-sourcing the code for the beta implementations of the Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and Microsoft Azure Container Instances (ACI) Compose integrations. Further to creating an open community for developing Compose specification, this is the first time Docker has made Compose available for the cloud.
In his blog post, Chris Crone, senior engineering manager at Docker, mentioned that developers can now take their local Compose projects to the cloud. Providing details of the integration, he clarified that when implementing these integrations, the existing CLI commands were not impacted. Furthermore, the architecture would make it easy to add backends and provide SDKs in popular languages.
From the above architecture diagram, the Node SDK and Compose CLI have been open-sourced. Crone stated that the architecture is not final, and there is a plan to merge Compose CLI with existing CLI in the future. As a result of this integration, a developer can issue the
_docker compose up_ command to deploy Compose applications to the cloud, just as they would when working locally. Based on the Docker Context selected, Compose CLI switches the backend.
At some point we've all said the words, "But it works on my machine." It usually happens during testing or when you're trying to get a new project set up. Sometimes it happens when you pull down changes from an updated branch.
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