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Cloud Posse

A Terraform module which implements a web app on ECS and supporting AWS resources.


This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps.

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Usage

IMPORTANT: The master branch is used in source just as an example. In your code, do not pin to master because there may be breaking changes between releases. Instead pin to the release tag (e.g. ?ref=tags/x.y.z) of one of our latest releases.

For a complete example, see examples/complete.

For automated tests of the complete example using bats and Terratest (which test and deploy the example on AWS), see test.

Other examples:

module "default_backend_web_app" {
  source                                          = "git::https://github.com/cloudposse/terraform-aws-ecs-web-app.git?ref=master"
  namespace                                       = "eg"
  stage                                           = "testing"
  name                                            = "appname"
  vpc_id                                          = module.vpc.vpc_id
  alb_ingress_unauthenticated_listener_arns       = module.alb.listener_arns
  alb_ingress_unauthenticated_listener_arns_count = 1
  aws_logs_region                                 = "us-east-2"
  ecs_cluster_arn                                 = aws_ecs_cluster.default.arn
  ecs_cluster_name                                = aws_ecs_cluster.default.name
  ecs_security_group_ids                          = [module.vpc.vpc_default_security_group_id]
  ecs_private_subnet_ids                          = module.subnets.private_subnet_ids
  alb_ingress_healthcheck_path                    = "/healthz"
  alb_ingress_unauthenticated_paths               = ["/*"]
  codepipeline_enabled                            = false

  environment = [
    {
      name = "COOKIE"
      value = "cookiemonster"
    },
    {
      name = "PORT"
      value = "80"
    }
  ]
}

Makefile Targets

Available targets:

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  help/short                          This help short screen
  lint                                Lint terraform code

Requirements

Name Version
terraform >= 0.12.0, < 0.14.0
aws ~> 2.0
local ~> 1.3
null ~> 2.0
template ~> 2.0

Providers

Name Version
aws ~> 2.0

Inputs

Name Description Type Default Required
alb_arn_suffix ARN suffix of the ALB for the Target Group string "" no
alb_container_name The name of the container to associate with the ALB. If not provided, the generated container will be used string null no
alb_ingress_authenticated_hosts Authenticated hosts to match in Hosts header list(string) [] no
alb_ingress_authenticated_listener_arns A list of authenticated ALB listener ARNs to attach ALB listener rules to list(string) [] no
alb_ingress_authenticated_listener_arns_count The number of authenticated ARNs in alb_ingress_authenticated_listener_arns. This is necessary to work around a limitation in Terraform where counts cannot be computed number 0 no
alb_ingress_authenticated_paths Authenticated path pattern to match (a maximum of 1 can be defined) list(string) [] no
alb_ingress_enable_default_target_group If true, create a default target group for the ALB ingress bool true no
alb_ingress_healthcheck_path The path of the healthcheck which the ALB checks string "/" no
alb_ingress_healthcheck_protocol The protocol to use to connect with the target. Defaults to HTTP. Not applicable when target_type is lambda string "HTTP" no
alb_ingress_listener_authenticated_priority The priority for the rules with authentication, between 1 and 50000 (1 being highest priority). Must be different from alb_ingress_listener_unauthenticated_priority since a listener can't have multiple rules with the same priority number 300 no
alb_ingress_listener_unauthenticated_priority The priority for the rules without authentication, between 1 and 50000 (1 being highest priority). Must be different from alb_ingress_listener_authenticated_priority since a listener can't have multiple rules with the same priority number 1000 no
alb_ingress_target_group_arn Existing ALB target group ARN. If provided, set alb_ingress_enable_default_target_group to false to disable creation of the default target group string "" no
alb_ingress_unauthenticated_hosts Unauthenticated hosts to match in Hosts header list(string) [] no
alb_ingress_unauthenticated_listener_arns A list of unauthenticated ALB listener ARNs to attach ALB listener rules to list(string) [] no
alb_ingress_unauthenticated_listener_arns_count The number of unauthenticated ARNs in alb_ingress_unauthenticated_listener_arns. This is necessary to work around a limitation in Terraform where counts cannot be computed number 0 no
alb_ingress_unauthenticated_paths Unauthenticated path pattern to match (a maximum of 1 can be defined) list(string) [] no
alb_security_group Security group of the ALB string n/a yes
alb_target_group_alarms_3xx_threshold The maximum number of 3XX HTTPCodes in a given period for ECS Service number 25 no
alb_target_group_alarms_4xx_threshold The maximum number of 4XX HTTPCodes in a given period for ECS Service number 25 no
alb_target_group_alarms_5xx_threshold The maximum number of 5XX HTTPCodes in a given period for ECS Service number 25 no
alb_target_group_alarms_alarm_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to execute when ALB Target Group alarms transition into an ALARM state from any other state list(string) [] no
alb_target_group_alarms_enabled A boolean to enable/disable CloudWatch Alarms for ALB Target metrics bool false no
alb_target_group_alarms_evaluation_periods The number of periods to analyze for ALB CloudWatch Alarms number 1 no
alb_target_group_alarms_insufficient_data_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to execute when ALB Target Group alarms transition into an INSUFFICIENT_DATA state from any other state list(string) [] no
alb_target_group_alarms_ok_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to execute when ALB Target Group alarms transition into an OK state from any other state list(string) [] no
alb_target_group_alarms_period The period (in seconds) to analyze for ALB CloudWatch Alarms number 300 no
alb_target_group_alarms_response_time_threshold The maximum ALB Target Group response time number 0.5 no
assign_public_ip Assign a public IP address to the ENI (Fargate launch type only). Valid values are true or false. Default false bool false no
attributes Additional attributes (_e.g._ "1") list(string) [] no
authentication_cognito_user_pool_arn Cognito User Pool ARN string "" no
authentication_cognito_user_pool_client_id Cognito User Pool Client ID string "" no
authentication_cognito_user_pool_domain Cognito User Pool Domain. The User Pool Domain should be set to the domain prefix (xxx) instead of full domain (https://xxx.auth.us-west-2.amazoncognito.com) string "" no
authentication_oidc_authorization_endpoint OIDC Authorization Endpoint string "" no
authentication_oidc_client_id OIDC Client ID string "" no
authentication_oidc_client_secret OIDC Client Secret string "" no
authentication_oidc_issuer OIDC Issuer string "" no
authentication_oidc_token_endpoint OIDC Token Endpoint string "" no
authentication_oidc_user_info_endpoint OIDC User Info Endpoint string "" no
authentication_type Authentication type. Supported values are COGNITO and OIDC string "" no
autoscaling_dimension Dimension to autoscale on (valid options: cpu, memory) string "memory" no
autoscaling_enabled A boolean to enable/disable Autoscaling policy for ECS Service bool false no
autoscaling_max_capacity Maximum number of running instances of a Service number 2 no
autoscaling_min_capacity Minimum number of running instances of a Service number 1 no
autoscaling_scale_down_adjustment Scaling adjustment to make during scale down event number -1 no
autoscaling_scale_down_cooldown Period (in seconds) to wait between scale down events number 300 no
autoscaling_scale_up_adjustment Scaling adjustment to make during scale up event number 1 no
autoscaling_scale_up_cooldown Period (in seconds) to wait between scale up events number 60 no
aws_logs_region The region for the AWS Cloudwatch Logs group string n/a yes
badge_enabled Generates a publicly-accessible URL for the projects build badge. Available as badge_url attribute when enabled bool false no
branch Branch of the GitHub repository, e.g. master string "" no
build_environment_variables A list of maps, that contain both the key 'name' and the key 'value' to be used as additional environment variables for the build
list(object(
{
name = string
value = string
}))
[] no
build_image Docker image for build environment, e.g. aws/codebuild/docker:docker:17.09.0 string "aws/codebuild/docker:17.09.0" no
build_timeout How long in minutes, from 5 to 480 (8 hours), for AWS CodeBuild to wait until timing out any related build that does not get marked as completed number 60 no
buildspec Declaration to use for building the project. For more info string "" no
capacity_provider_strategies The capacity provider strategies to use for the service. See capacity_provider_strategy configuration block: https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/aws/r/ecs_service.html#capacity_provider_strategy
list(object({
capacity_provider = string
weight = number
base = number
}))
[] no
cloudwatch_log_group_enabled A boolean to disable cloudwatch log group creation bool true no
codepipeline_build_compute_type CodeBuild instance size. Possible values are: BUILD_GENERAL1_SMALL BUILD_GENERAL1_MEDIUM BUILD_GENERAL1_LARGE string "BUILD_GENERAL1_SMALL" no
codepipeline_enabled A boolean to enable/disable AWS Codepipeline and ECR bool true no
codepipeline_s3_bucket_force_destroy A boolean that indicates all objects should be deleted from the CodePipeline artifact store S3 bucket so that the bucket can be destroyed without error bool false no
command The command that is passed to the container list(string) null no
container_cpu The vCPU setting to control cpu limits of container. (If FARGATE launch type is used below, this must be a supported vCPU size from the table here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECS/latest/developerguide/task-cpu-memory-error.html) number 256 no
container_definition Override the main container_definition string "" no
container_image The default container image to use in container definition string "cloudposse/default-backend" no
container_memory The amount of RAM to allow container to use in MB. (If FARGATE launch type is used below, this must be a supported Memory size from the table here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECS/latest/developerguide/task-cpu-memory-error.html) number 512 no
container_memory_reservation The amount of RAM (Soft Limit) to allow container to use in MB. This value must be less than container_memory if set number 128 no
container_port The port number on the container bound to assigned host_port number 80 no
container_start_timeout Time duration (in seconds) to wait before giving up on resolving dependencies for a container number 30 no
container_stop_timeout Time duration (in seconds) to wait before the container is forcefully killed if it doesn't exit normally on its own number 30 no
delimiter Delimiter between namespace, stage, name and attributes string "-" no
deployment_controller_type Type of deployment controller. Valid values are CODE_DEPLOY and ECS string "ECS" no
desired_count The desired number of tasks to start with. Set this to 0 if using DAEMON Service type. (FARGATE does not suppoert DAEMON Service type) number 1 no
ecr_scan_images_on_push Indicates whether images are scanned after being pushed to the repository (true) or not (false) bool false no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_alarm_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on CPU Utilization High Alarm action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_evaluation_periods Number of periods to evaluate for the alarm number 1 no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_ok_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on CPU Utilization High OK action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_period Duration in seconds to evaluate for the alarm number 300 no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_threshold The maximum percentage of CPU utilization average number 80 no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_alarm_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on CPU Utilization Low Alarm action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_evaluation_periods Number of periods to evaluate for the alarm number 1 no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_ok_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on CPU Utilization Low OK action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_period Duration in seconds to evaluate for the alarm number 300 no
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_threshold The minimum percentage of CPU utilization average number 20 no
ecs_alarms_enabled A boolean to enable/disable CloudWatch Alarms for ECS Service metrics bool false no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_alarm_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on Memory Utilization High Alarm action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_evaluation_periods Number of periods to evaluate for the alarm number 1 no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_ok_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on Memory Utilization High OK action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_period Duration in seconds to evaluate for the alarm number 300 no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_threshold The maximum percentage of Memory utilization average number 80 no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_alarm_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on Memory Utilization Low Alarm action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_evaluation_periods Number of periods to evaluate for the alarm number 1 no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_ok_actions A list of ARNs (i.e. SNS Topic ARN) to notify on Memory Utilization Low OK action list(string) [] no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_period Duration in seconds to evaluate for the alarm number 300 no
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_threshold The minimum percentage of Memory utilization average number 20 no
ecs_cluster_arn The ECS Cluster ARN where ECS Service will be provisioned string n/a yes
ecs_cluster_name The ECS Cluster Name to use in ECS Code Pipeline Deployment step string n/a yes
ecs_private_subnet_ids List of Private Subnet IDs to provision ECS Service onto list(string) n/a yes
ecs_security_group_ids Additional Security Group IDs to allow into ECS Service list(string) [] no
entrypoint The entry point that is passed to the container list(string) null no
environment The environment variables to pass to the container. This is a list of maps
list(object({
name = string
value = string
}))
null no
github_oauth_token GitHub Oauth Token with permissions to access private repositories string "" no
github_webhook_events A list of events which should trigger the webhook. See a list of available events list(string)
[
"push"
]
no
github_webhooks_anonymous Github Anonymous API (if true, token must not be set as GITHUB_TOKEN or github_webhooks_token) bool false no
github_webhooks_token GitHub OAuth Token with permissions to create webhooks. If not provided, can be sourced from the GITHUB_TOKEN environment variable string "" no
health_check_grace_period_seconds Seconds to ignore failing load balancer health checks on newly instantiated tasks to prevent premature shutdown, up to 7200. Only valid for services configured to use load balancers number 0 no
healthcheck A map containing command (string), timeout, interval (duration in seconds), retries (1-10, number of times to retry before marking container unhealthy), and startPeriod (0-300, optional grace period to wait, in seconds, before failed healthchecks count toward retries)
object({
command = list(string)
retries = number
timeout = number
interval = number
startPeriod = number
})
null no
ignore_changes_task_definition Ignore changes (like environment variables) to the ECS task definition bool true no
init_containers A list of additional init containers to start. The map contains the container_definition (JSON) and the main container's dependency condition (string) on the init container. The latter can be one of START, COMPLETE, SUCCESS or HEALTHY.
list(object({
container_definition = any
condition = string
}))
[] no
launch_type The ECS launch type (valid options: FARGATE or EC2) string "FARGATE" no
log_driver The log driver to use for the container. If using Fargate launch type, only supported value is awslogs string "awslogs" no
log_retention_in_days The number of days to retain logs for the log group number null no
map_environment The environment variables to pass to the container. This is a map of string: {key: value}. environment overrides map_environment map(string) null no
mount_points Container mount points. This is a list of maps, where each map should contain a containerPath and sourceVolume
list(object({
containerPath = string
sourceVolume = string
}))
[] no
name Name of the application string n/a yes
namespace Namespace (e.g. eg or cp) string "" no
nlb_cidr_blocks A list of CIDR blocks to add to the ingress rule for the NLB container port list(string) [] no
nlb_container_name The name of the container to associate with the NLB. If not provided, the generated container will be used string null no
nlb_container_port The port number on the container bound to assigned NLB host_port number 80 no
nlb_ingress_target_group_arn Target group ARN of the NLB ingress string "" no
platform_version The platform version on which to run your service. Only applicable for launch_type set to FARGATE. More information about Fargate platform versions can be found in the AWS ECS User Guide. string "LATEST" no
poll_source_changes Periodically check the location of your source content and run the pipeline if changes are detected bool false no
port_mappings The port mappings to configure for the container. This is a list of maps. Each map should contain "containerPort", "hostPort", and "protocol", where "protocol" is one of "tcp" or "udp". If using containers in a task with the awsvpc or host network mode, the hostPort can either be left blank or set to the same value as the containerPort
list(object({
containerPort = number
hostPort = number
protocol = string
}))
[
{
"containerPort": 80,
"hostPort": 80,
"protocol": "tcp"
}
]
no
privileged When this variable is true, the container is given elevated privileges on the host container instance (similar to the root user). This parameter is not supported for Windows containers or tasks using the Fargate launch type. Due to how Terraform type casts booleans in json it is required to double quote this value string null no
region AWS Region for S3 bucket string n/a yes
repo_name GitHub repository name of the application to be built and deployed to ECS string "" no
repo_owner GitHub Organization or Username string "" no
secrets The secrets to pass to the container. This is a list of maps
list(object({
name = string
valueFrom = string
}))
null no
service_registries The service discovery registries for the service. The maximum number of service_registries blocks is 1. The currently supported service registry is Amazon Route 53 Auto Naming Service - aws_service_discovery_service; see service_registries docs https://www.terraform.io/docs/providers/aws/r/ecs_service.html#service_registries-1
list(object({
registry_arn = string
port = number
container_name = string
container_port = number
}))
[] no
stage Stage (e.g. prod, dev, staging) string "" no
system_controls A list of namespaced kernel parameters to set in the container, mapping to the --sysctl option to docker run. This is a list of maps: { namespace = "", value = ""} list(map(string)) null no
tags Additional tags (_e.g._ { BusinessUnit : ABC }) map(string) {} no
task_cpu The number of CPU units used by the task. If unspecified, it will default to container_cpu. If using FARGATE launch type task_cpu must match supported memory values (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECS/latest/developerguide/task_definition_parameters.html#task_size) number null no
task_memory The amount of memory (in MiB) used by the task. If unspecified, it will default to container_memory. If using Fargate launch type task_memory must match supported cpu value (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonECS/latest/developerguide/task_definition_parameters.html#task_size) number null no
ulimits The ulimits to configure for the container. This is a list of maps. Each map should contain "name", "softLimit" and "hardLimit"
list(object({
name = string
softLimit = number
hardLimit = number
}))
[] no
use_alb_security_group A boolean to enable adding an ALB security group rule for the service task bool false no
use_ecr_image If true, use ECR repo URL for image, otherwise use value in container_image bool false no
use_nlb_cidr_blocks A flag to enable/disable adding the NLB ingress rule to the security group bool false no
volumes Task volume definitions as list of configuration objects
list(object({
host_path = string
name = string
docker_volume_configuration = list(object({
autoprovision = bool
driver = string
driver_opts = map(string)
labels = map(string)
scope = string
}))
efs_volume_configuration = list(object({
file_system_id = string
root_directory = string
transit_encryption = string
transit_encryption_port = string
authorization_config = list(object({
access_point_id = string
iam = string
}))
}))
}))
[] no
vpc_id The VPC ID where resources are created string n/a yes
webhook_authentication The type of authentication to use. One of IP, GITHUB_HMAC, or UNAUTHENTICATED string "GITHUB_HMAC" no
webhook_enabled Set to false to prevent the module from creating any webhook resources bool true no
webhook_filter_json_path The JSON path to filter on string "$.ref" no
webhook_filter_match_equals The value to match on (e.g. refs/heads/{Branch}) string "refs/heads/{Branch}" no
webhook_target_action The name of the action in a pipeline you want to connect to the webhook. The action must be from the source (first) stage of the pipeline string "Source" no

Outputs

Name Description
alb_ingress All outputs from module.alb_ingress
alb_ingress_target_group_arn ALB Target Group ARN
alb_ingress_target_group_arn_suffix ALB Target Group ARN suffix
alb_ingress_target_group_name ALB Target Group name
alb_target_group_cloudwatch_sns_alarms All outputs from module.alb_target_group_cloudwatch_sns_alarms
cloudwatch_log_group All outputs from aws_cloudwatch_log_group.app
cloudwatch_log_group_arn Cloudwatch log group ARN
cloudwatch_log_group_name Cloudwatch log group name
codebuild All outputs from module.ecs_codepipeline
codebuild_badge_url The URL of the build badge when badge_enabled is enabled
codebuild_cache_bucket_arn CodeBuild cache S3 bucket ARN
codebuild_cache_bucket_name CodeBuild cache S3 bucket name
codebuild_project_id CodeBuild project ID
codebuild_project_name CodeBuild project name
codebuild_role_arn CodeBuild IAM Role ARN
codebuild_role_id CodeBuild IAM Role ID
codepipeline_arn CodePipeline ARN
codepipeline_id CodePipeline ID
codepipeline_webhook_id The CodePipeline webhook's ID
codepipeline_webhook_url The CodePipeline webhook's URL. POST events to this endpoint to trigger the target
container_definition All outputs from module.container_definition
container_definition_json JSON encoded list of container definitions for use with other terraform resources such as aws_ecs_task_definition
container_definition_json_map JSON encoded container definitions for use with other terraform resources such as aws_ecs_task_definition
ecr All outputs from module.ecr
ecr_registry_id Registry ID
ecr_registry_url Repository URL
ecr_repository_arn ARN of ECR repository
ecr_repository_name Registry name
ecr_repository_url Repository URL
ecs_alarms All outputs from module.ecs_cloudwatch_sns_alarms
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ECS CPU utilization high CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_high_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ECS CPU utilization high CloudWatch metric alarm ID
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ECS CPU utilization low CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
ecs_alarms_cpu_utilization_low_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ECS CPU utilization low CloudWatch metric alarm ID
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ECS Memory utilization high CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_high_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ECS Memory utilization high CloudWatch metric alarm ID
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ECS Memory utilization low CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
ecs_alarms_memory_utilization_low_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ECS Memory utilization low CloudWatch metric alarm ID
ecs_alb_service_task All outputs from module.ecs_alb_service_task
ecs_cloudwatch_autoscaling All outputs from module.ecs_cloudwatch_autoscaling
ecs_cloudwatch_autoscaling_scale_down_policy_arn ARN of the scale down policy
ecs_cloudwatch_autoscaling_scale_up_policy_arn ARN of the scale up policy
ecs_exec_role_policy_id The ECS service role policy ID, in the form of role_name:role_policy_name
ecs_exec_role_policy_name ECS service role name
ecs_service_name ECS Service name
ecs_service_role_arn ECS Service role ARN
ecs_service_security_group_id Security Group ID of the ECS task
ecs_task_definition_family ECS task definition family
ecs_task_definition_revision ECS task definition revision
ecs_task_exec_role_arn ECS Task exec role ARN
ecs_task_exec_role_name ECS Task role name
ecs_task_role_arn ECS Task role ARN
ecs_task_role_id ECS Task role id
ecs_task_role_name ECS Task role name
httpcode_elb_5xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ALB 5xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
httpcode_elb_5xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ALB 5xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ID
httpcode_target_3xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ALB Target Group 3xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
httpcode_target_3xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ALB Target Group 3xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ID
httpcode_target_4xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ALB Target Group 4xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
httpcode_target_4xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ALB Target Group 4xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ID
httpcode_target_5xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ALB Target Group 5xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
httpcode_target_5xx_count_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ALB Target Group 5xx count CloudWatch metric alarm ID
target_response_time_average_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_arn ALB Target Group response time average CloudWatch metric alarm ARN
target_response_time_average_cloudwatch_metric_alarm_id ALB Target Group response time average CloudWatch metric alarm ID

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Terraform Aws Ecs Web App

Terraform module that implements a web app on ECS and supports autoscaling, CI/CD, monitoring, ALB integration, and much more.

Terraform Aws Ecs Web App Info

⭐ Stars 104
🔗 Homepage cloudposse.com
🔗 Source Code github.com
🕒 Last Update 10 months ago
🕒 Created 3 years ago
🐞 Open Issues 7
➗ Star-Issue Ratio 15
😎 Author cloudposse