Deploy Kadeck using Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS)

Deploy Kadeck using Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS)

This article describes how to set up a container running Kadeck Teams using Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS).
Please log into your AWS console. A user with permissions to create containers in Amazon ECS is required.

1. Create a task definition and specify the Docker image from the Docker Hub.  Please also note the specified ports for the KaDeck Web UI (80) and Postgres database (5432).

2. In the "Advanced container configuration" tab, enter the individual configuration parameters

3. Don't forget to give Kadeck enough CPU cores and memory, especially if you have many users. Read more about the requirements here‚Äč.

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