Sign-in account #
DuploCloud works off Google and O365 Oauth. To login to DuploCloud you either need a Google or Office365 account.
Docker knowledge #
If you are deploying a Docker based microservice using DuploCloud then it is assumed that you are familiar with Docker.
- You should have a docker image for your application that has been tested locally in your computer. Make sure it runs in detached mode (i.e., docker run -d option).
- The Image should have been pushed to your repository. If the repository is private, then you will have to set the credentials for Docker hub in your DuploCloud account.
AWS SDK familiarity #
If you are using AWS services like S3, DynamoDB, SQS, and SNS you must have a basic knowledge of how these services can be consumed. The interface to create these services via DuploCloud will be very declarative and self-explanatory. You do not need any access keys in your code to access these services. Use the AWS constructor that does not take credentials, but takes only region which must be US-West-2 unless otherwise specified by your enterprise administrator or during signup.