App Runner configuration file examples - AWS App Runner

App Runner configuration file examples

Note

Configuration files are applicable only to services that are based on source code. You can't use configuration files with image-based services.

The following examples demonstrate AWS App Runner configuration files. Some are minimal and contain only required settings. Others are complete, including all configuration file sections. For an overview of App Runner configuration files, see Setting App Runner service options using a configuration file.

Configuration file examples

With a minimal configuration file, App Runner makes the following assumptions:

  • No custom environment variables are necessary during build or run.

  • The latest runtime version is used.

  • The default port number and port environment variable are used.

Example apprunner.yaml

version: 1.0 runtime: python3 build: commands: build: - pip install pipenv - pipenv install run: command: python app.py

This example shows the use of all configuration keys with a managed runtime.

Example apprunner.yaml

version: 1.0 runtime: python3 build: commands: pre-build: - wget -c https://s3.amazonaws.com/DOC-EXAMPLE-BUCKET/test-lib.tar.gz -O - | tar -xz build: - pip install pipenv - pipenv install post-build: - python manage.py test env: - name: DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE value: "django_apprunner.settings" - name: MY_VAR_EXAMPLE value: "example" run: runtime-version: 3.7.7 command: pipenv run gunicorn django_apprunner.wsgi --log-file - network: port: 8000 env: MY_APP_PORT env: - name: MY_VAR_EXAMPLE value: "example"

For examples of specific managed runtime configuration files, see the specific runtime subtopic under Code-based service.