This plugin allows updating an ECS service. The plugin is a wrapper for ecs-deploy, this bash works by taking the current task definition of a service and just changing the image so that all the configuration stays the same.
This pipeline will update the
my-cluster cluster and
my-service service with the image tagged
pipeline: deploy: image: joshdvir/drone-ecs-deploy cluster: my-cluster service: my-service image_name: my-image:latest aws_region: us-east-1
Another example with optional variables
pipeline: deploy: image: joshdvir/drone-ecs-deploy cluster: my-cluster service: my-service image_name: my-image:latest aws_region: us-east-1 # defaults to us-east-1 timeout: "600" # defaults to 300 / 5 min max: "200" # defaults to 200 min: "100" # defaults to 100 aws_access_key_id: ewijdfmvbasciosvdfkl # optional, better to use as secret aws_secret_access_key: vdfklmnopenxasweiqokdvdfjeqwuioenajks # optional, better to use as secret
If no AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID && AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY the plugin will use the instance IAM role.
- AWS access key
- AWS secret key
- AWS region
- Name of ECS cluster
- Name of service to deploy
- Default is 300s. Script monitors ECS Service for new task definition to be running.
- Name of Docker image to run, ex: repo/image:latest
- maximumPercent: The upper limit on the number of running tasks during a deployment. (default: 200)
- minumumHealthyPercent: The lower limit on the number of running tasks during a deployment. (default: 100)