The Cloud Container Engine (CCE) service is a container service that features high availability and elastic scalability. With CCE service, users can create, run, and stop Docker containers conveniently. The CCE service also provides a graphical application orchestration tool for users to create and deploy applications efficiently.
The CCE service supports only stateless Docker applications at present.
The CCE service needs to work with Elastic Cloud Server (ECS), Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), Object Storage Service (OBS), Identity and Access Management (IAM), Elastic Load Balance (ELB), and Elastic Volume Service (EVS).
For each Docker container, you can configure the memory size (unit: MB or GB) and CPU specifications (unit: core or mcore, where 1 core = 1000 mcore).
The total number of nodes that can be created on clusters of each tenant is also restricted by the resource quota (ECS, VPC, etc…) of the tenant.
Nodes in the cluster created by CCE will occupy tenant's ECS quota.