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Auto Scaling Group

Getting started with AWS Auto Scaling using CMPUTE AWS Auto Scaling helps you maintain application availability and allows you to scale your Amazon EC2 capacity up or down automatically according to conditions you define. With cmpute App for Auto Scaling, you can now run your AWS Auto Scaling groups through cmpute and bring down your EC2 costs significantly with the usage of right spot instances without compromising on your application availability. »

ECS support in cmpute

CMPUTE has direct support for running your ECS cluster. The following guide gives the step by step approach of managing your ECS cluster through the CMPUTE platform. Steps to migrate your ECS cluster auto scaling group to CMPUTE During ECS cluster creation, AWS creates an auto scaling group for the cluster. If you are running a ECS cluster with Name “ProdApp”, there will be a corresponding AWS autoscaling group in the format EC2ContainerService-ProdApp-EcsInstanceAsg- »

Elastic Benastalk

Getting started with AWS Elastic Beanstalk using CMPUTE Step 1: Login to your cmpute Console Application (your-domain.cmpute.io) using registered Email Id and Password. Step 2: You will be redirected to cmpute Dashboard. Next, click on the App Store located in the header. Step 3: You will be redirected to the App store which has the apps supported on cmpute. To run Elastic Beanstalk app, click the Run A Job button. »

Jenkins

In order to create and run a Jenkins job in cmpute, customer must execute the following steps :- Step 1 Install Swarm Plugin Login to Jenkins Master Select Manage Jenkins -> Manage Plugins Go to the Available Tab Search for Swarm (Self-Organizing Swarm Plug-in Modules) Select the option Install without restart (to get started immediately) Step 2 Enable Slaves to connect through JNLP (Java Network Launch Protocol) »