ecs-canary-blue-green-deployment - Example code for demonstrating a canary "blue-green" deployment strategy for use with EC2 Container Service (ECS)

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This reference architecture demonstrates how to execute a canary deployment for Amazon EC2 Container Service. In order to provide an automated and safe method of migrating traffic from a blue deployment to a green one, this solution leverages Route53 weights to adjust the traffic flow from one ECS service to another. We associate a new service with a separate Application Load Balancer, leveraging ECS Event Streams to trigger the deployment. Once triggered, Step Functions handle the transitioning of traffic off of the blue ALB to the green one. If the Step Function detects a failure of the green service, it will automatically fail-back to the original configuration. This solution does not destroy the original service, so it does offer a safe and reliable method of transitioning traffic, including natural "connection-draining". Users will have to terminate their old blue infrastructure manually once the cut-over is complete. The one concern users may have is that DNS propogation delay of approximately 60 seconds will be introduced between migration increments. This example uses AWS Command Line Interface to run the steps below.

https://github.com/aws-samples/ecs-canary-blue-green-deployment

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