Docker Resource Center
Flightcontrol can build Docker images from your source code using your own Dockerfile. You can deploy these Docker images or images from your own Docker registry to AWS ECS Fargate using Flightcontrol.
Flightcontrol supports Docker as a first-class build type, however we also support using Nixpacks to build Docker images directly from source code. This means you do not have to write your own Dockerfile - Nixpacks does this for you. Typically, these Nixpacks-created Docker images are faster to build and smaller than the Docker images created from a Dockerfile.
Flightcontrol does not support using Docker Compose configuration files to deploy to ECS Fargate. We suggest translating the Docker Compose configuration file into a
flightcontrol.json code configuration file you can use to set up your Flightcontrol project.
We are also happy to help you translate your Docker Compose configuration file into a
flightcontrol.json file. Please contact Support if you would like assistance.
|Building and Deploying with a Dockerfile
|Build and deploy to AWS with your own Dockerfile.
|Deploying Images from Docker Hub
|Deploy an image from the Docker Hub image registry.
|Deploying Images from AWS ECR
|Deploy an image from the AWS Elastic Container Registry.
|Deploying Images from GitHub Container Registry
|Deploy an image from the GitHub Container Registry.
|Automating Docker Deployments
|Use Flightcontrol for continous deployment of your Docker images from a registry.