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Amazon EC2 Container Service vs DeployBot: What are the differences?

Amazon EC2 Container Service: Container management service that supports Docker containers. Amazon EC2 Container Service lets you launch and stop container-enabled applications with simple API calls, allows you to query the state of your cluster from a centralized service, and gives you access to many familiar Amazon EC2 features like security groups, EBS volumes and IAM roles; DeployBot: Instantly deploy from Github, Bitbucket, or Gitlab without complex scripts, commands or configs. DeployBot makes it simple to deploy your work anywhere. You can compile or process your code in a Docker container on our infrastructure, and we'll copy it to your servers once everything has been successfully built.

Amazon EC2 Container Service belongs to "Containers as a Service" category of the tech stack, while DeployBot can be primarily classified under "Continuous Deployment".

Some of the features offered by Amazon EC2 Container Service are:

  • Docker Compatibility
  • Managed Clusters
  • Programmatic Control

On the other hand, DeployBot provides the following key features:

  • Manually deploy with a click in the app, automatically deploy on each push, or use deploy tags in a commit [deploy:production].
  • DeployBot gathers new and changed files from your repositories since the last deployment. You can even preview the changes first.
  • Files are uploaded, SSH commands are executed and deployment hooks are triggered. Everything is logged for you.

"Backed by amazon" is the top reason why over 97 developers like Amazon EC2 Container Service, while over 26 developers mention "Easy setup" as the leading cause for choosing DeployBot.

Coursera, Intuit, and HotelTonight are some of the popular companies that use Amazon EC2 Container Service, whereas DeployBot is used by Sellsuki, Edify, and Mark & Phil. Amazon EC2 Container Service has a broader approval, being mentioned in 784 company stacks & 374 developers stacks; compared to DeployBot, which is listed in 37 company stacks and 6 developer stacks.

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What is Amazon EC2 Container Service?

Amazon EC2 Container Service lets you launch and stop container-enabled applications with simple API calls, allows you to query the state of your cluster from a centralized service, and gives you access to many familiar Amazon EC2 features like security groups, EBS volumes and IAM roles.

What is DeployBot?

DeployBot makes it simple to deploy your work anywhere. You can compile or process your code in a Docker container on our infrastructure, and we'll copy it to your servers once everything has been successfully built.
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      What are some alternatives to Amazon EC2 Container Service and DeployBot?
      Kubernetes
      Kubernetes is an open source orchestration system for Docker containers. It handles scheduling onto nodes in a compute cluster and actively manages workloads to ensure that their state matches the users declared intentions.
      Google Kubernetes Engine
      Container Engine takes care of provisioning and maintaining the underlying virtual machine cluster, scaling your application, and operational logistics like logging, monitoring, and health management.
      Amazon EKS
      Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is a managed service that makes it easy for you to run Kubernetes on AWS without needing to install and operate your own Kubernetes clusters.
      AWS Fargate
      AWS Fargate is a technology for Amazon ECS and EKS* that allows you to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters. With AWS Fargate, you no longer have to provision, configure, and scale clusters of virtual machines to run containers.
      Azure Kubernetes Service
      Fully managed Kubernetes container orchestration service on Microsoft Azure.
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      Decisions about Amazon EC2 Container Service and DeployBot
      Russel Werner
      Russel Werner
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      Amazon EC2 Container Service
      Amazon EC2 Container Service
      CircleCI
      CircleCI
      Helm
      Helm
      Slack
      Slack
      Google Kubernetes Engine
      Google Kubernetes Engine
      Amazon EKS
      Amazon EKS
      Kubernetes
      Kubernetes
      Heroku
      Heroku

      We began our hosting journey, as many do, on Heroku because they make it easy to deploy your application and automate some of the routine tasks associated with deployments, etc. However, as our team grew and our product matured, our needs have outgrown Heroku. I will dive into the history and reasons for this in a future blog post.

      We decided to migrate our infrastructure to Kubernetes running on Amazon EKS. Although Google Kubernetes Engine has a slightly more mature Kubernetes offering and is more user-friendly; we decided to go with EKS because we already using other AWS services (including a previous migration from Heroku Postgres to AWS RDS). We are still in the process of moving our main website workloads to EKS, however we have successfully migrate all our staging and testing PR apps to run in a staging cluster. We developed a Slack chatops application (also running in the cluster) which automates all the common tasks of spinning up and managing a production-like cluster for a pull request. This allows our engineering team to iterate quickly and safely test code in a full production environment. Helm plays a central role when deploying our staging apps into the cluster. We use CircleCI to build docker containers for each PR push, which are then published to Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECR). An upgrade-operator process watches the ECR repository for new containers and then uses Helm to rollout updates to the staging environments. All this happens automatically and makes it really easy for developers to get code onto servers quickly. The immutable and isolated nature of our staging environments means that we can do anything we want in that environment and quickly re-create or restore the environment to start over.

      The next step in our journey is to migrate our production workloads to an EKS cluster and build out the CD workflows to get our containers promoted to that cluster after our QA testing is complete in our staging environments.

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      CloudRepo uses Amazon EC2 Container ServiceAmazon EC2 Container Service

      We use the container service so that we can deploy our application services with Dockerfiles, so that we can test locally and deploy to AWS simply.

      Additionally, the ability to scale containers and have them automatically restart in case of failure is very helpful to our operations.

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      Adminout uses Amazon EC2 Container ServiceAmazon EC2 Container Service

      We use the EC2 registry for secure private container registration. When used in combination with I AM roles we can control customer access to repos on and individual basis.

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      SocialCops uses Amazon EC2 Container ServiceAmazon EC2 Container Service

      Amazon EC2 is our primary application hosting solution. Most applications are not exposed on the internet and use a virtually private cloud to interact with each other.

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      Brandon Adams uses Amazon EC2 Container ServiceAmazon EC2 Container Service

      With a little forethought, ECS can handle a good portion of my development stack as though it were production. 12 Factor configuration makes this a breeze.

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      dotmos uses DeployBotDeployBot

      Quick deployment on demand for manual deployment, automatic deployment for dev and staging servers on code commit.

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      Thomas Zickell uses Amazon EC2 Container ServiceAmazon EC2 Container Service

      I don't like AWS BUT Pagely's VPS-3 makes it work. I still use FireHost for most things

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      Thomas Zickell uses DeployBotDeployBot

      this is used with mover in order to sync sites

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