Next.js on Fargate - Serverless Container Hosting with Docker and AWS Amplify. Introduction. Initializing the project. Configuring the custom domain. Enabling Fargate Hosting with the Amplify CLI. Configuring the Dockerfile. Testing the Docker image locally. Deploying the app to Fargate using the Amplify CLI. Conclusion.
In this video we'll start from scratch, creating a new Next.js app and then initializing a new Amplify project in the Next.js app directory. We'll then configure a custom domain and deploy the Next.js app to Amazon ECS on AWS Fargate using the Amplify CLI using the custom domain.
Delete all infrastructure at any time by running "amplify delete".
0:00 – Introduction 1:00 – Initializing the project 2:18 – Configuring the custom domain 4:33 – Enabling Fargate Hosting with the Amplify CLI 5:46 – Configuring the Dockerfile 7:27 – Testing the Docker image locally 8:32 – Deploying the app to Fargate using the Amplify CLI 12:00 – Conclusion
Dockerfile: https://gist.github.com/dabit3/6eb125dad05c1b1723bc44b6618e8ac4 Amplify Container docs: https://docs.amplify.aws/cli/usage/containers#hosting Blog post: https://dev.to/dabit3/serverless-containers-with-next-js-aws-fargate-and-aws-amplify-17fe
Next.js with AWS Amplify Admin UI Crash Course. In this video you'll learn how to build a full stack Next.js app on AWS in less than 25 minutes. You'll learn how to deploy an API on AWS and connect a Next.js front end, implementing markdown rendering, build time data fetching, dynamic routes to pre-render based on data, SSR, fallback routes, revalidation, and client data fetching.
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