Getting started with the Amazon Copilot command line interface - Amazon Elastic Container Service
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Getting started with the Amazon Copilot command line interface

The Amazon Copilot command line interface (CLI) commands simplify building, releasing, and operating production-ready containerized applications on Amazon ECS from a local development environment. The Amazon Copilot CLI aligns with developer workflows that support modern application best practices: from using infrastructure as code to creating a CI/CD pipeline provisioned on behalf of a user. Use the Amazon Copilot CLI as part of your everyday development and testing cycle as an alternative to the Amazon Web Services Management Console.

Amazon Copilot currently supports Linux, macOS, and Windows systems. For more information about the latest version of the Amazon Copilot CLI, see Releases.

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The source code for the Amazon Copilot CLI is available on GitHub. Additional documentation for the Amazon Copilot CLI is available on the Amazon Copilot website. We recommend that you submit issues and pull requests for changes that you would like to have included. However, Amazon Web Services doesn't currently support running modified copies of Amazon Copilot code. Report issues with Amazon Copilot by connecting with us on Gitter or GitHub where you can open issues, provide feedback, and report bugs.