Additionally, you can now specify a container image name in your manifest and AWS Copilot will start containers based on that image and deploy the underlying infrastructure for you. You no longer need to have a Dockerfile and code to deploy, and can deploy and manage pre-built containers within AWS Copilot.
To get started, see the following resources:
- Read the full release notes for v0.5.0 here.
- AWS Copilot can deploy applications to AWS Fargate supported regions and is available for download on Mac and Linux here.
- Connect with us and learn more about the project on our open source GitHub repository.
- Read about AWS Copilot on the AWS Containers blog.
- See tutorials with AWS Copilot in our documentation.