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Well documented configuration of docker container as AWS using a meteor app

I need someone who can configure a AWS server with docker to create a web application which is based on the meteor framework. The meteor-application have to use the CollectionFS-package (with cfs:gridFS, cfs:S3 and cfs:graphicsmagick) for uploading images to amazon S3. Therefore an example application (git clone -b part-1 [url removed, login to view]) should be used and it should work properly for uploading and displaying images.

I also need to get the configuration procedure well documented - like a tutorial.

The development of the application will be done by using git. That means I will do commits and push/pull requests for my code and I need to do a deploy for getting the results online. Therefore it would be great if a deploy will first send the current master branch to a development container, so I can check the result for this app ([url removed, login to view]). If everything is fine I would deploy this current data to the productive container ([url removed, login to view]).

The development application should use a own mongoDB, but it should be possible to pull the productive data from the productive DB. So I can play around with the data. Pulling again will give me always the current productive data, which will replace the development db.

So this is needed:

- set up AWS server

- docker container (development and productive)

- meteor application (with collectionFS package; S3 is already configured; see example app)

- mongoDB (as this is used by meteor); copy/mirror it to the development container

- install and configure git

- deploy master branch to productive container

- documentation

The result should be a fully working photoblog web application (meteor) to upload images to S3. The application will be developed and managed by git, so I want to commit and push data to the server and do a deploy to get the master branch first to the development container and the to the productive container.

Compétences : Amazon Web Services, Git, JavaScript, Hébergement Web

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( 2 commentaires ) Neuss, Germany

Nº du projet : #9954777