You’ve seen how to get started with UFO. From here, learn more:
- Intro: General introduction.
- Layering: Use the same Task Definition code to build multiple environments like dev and prod.
- CLI Customizations: UFO is built on many smart and convenient conventions. At the same time it is very customizable.
- Extra Env: Create additional envs with little effort.
- Automation: Builds the Docker image and deployments the ECS Service in one step.
- CLI Customizations: You can customize a plethora of settings for the tool.
- Exec: Use ufo exec to hop into a running container to debug.
- Logs: Use ufo logs to tail and follow the logs.
- DRY: Use the same Task Definition code with ERB templating to keep things DRY. You can write the Task Definition in either YAML or JSON format.
- Layering: Use the same ECS Task Definition code to build multiple environments like dev and prod with Layering.
- Helpers: Use Built-In Helpers like
familyto build the Task Definitions dynamically. You can also add your own Custom Helpers if needed.
- IAM: You can define and fully control the IAM permissions used for the EC2 instance and Docker container.
- Generators: UFO ships with a generators to help you get started with ECS quickly.
- Hooks: You can also run boot hooks early into the process and set things like