Build a Load Balanced Docker Registry on AWS

Hosting a private Docker Registry for your container-based application gives you the flexibility to control the storage and accessibility of your Docker images.

While hosting Docker images on 3rd party platforms is recommended for simple deployments, the process of downloading updated images can be time consuming. Removing Internet latency by hosting the images in your own environment can improve download performance dramatically.


Accessing Amazon ECS Environment Variables For Debugging

Amazon’s Elastic Beanstalk service supports both single and multi-container Docker environments through Amazon ECS. Despite being in its infancy, Amazon ECS does provide an adequate environment for scaling Docker containers, though debugging those containers can present a challenge.