Building a Node.js App with MongoDB Atlas and AWS Elastic Container Service, Part 2

In my last post, we started preparing an application built on Node.js and MongoDB Atlas for simple CRUD operations. We've completed the initial configuration of the code and are now ready to launch this into production.

As mentioned in Part 1, I want to minimize the long-term maintenance of this app's hosting environment. Much like we used MongoDB Atlas to offload many of the operational responsibilities for our database, we can make use of Amazon EC2 Container Service to deploy our Docker...

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