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PSA: Avoid Shockbyte for renting game servers!
3 projects | reddit.com/r/valheim | 28 May 2021
If you are considering running on aws directly.. I would seriously look at running one of the valheim docker images( https://github.com/rileydakota/valheim-ecs-fargate-cdk ) that runs on aws ecs/fargate service.. That is my next project is to set it all up on ecs and transfer the world that I already have that is running on an ec2 instance..
On-demand, serverless Valheim server setup with AWS CDK, Discord Interactions and GitLab CI
3 projects | dev.to | 20 Mar 2021
The best part of CDK is that it enables the creation high-level, reusable constructs that can be published to software registries like npm and PyPI. Developers can import and use these constructs in their own CDK code. A quick google search for "cdk valheim" turned up a few results. cdk-valheim seems like the best option for what I was looking for. This project uses ECS, a container orchestration tool from AWS that I have experience using with web applications and EFS for persistent file storage. Although it is written in Typescript, I can still use the construct in my preferred programming language (Python) without any extra effort or configuration. This is thanks to the jsii. From https://github.com/aws/jsii:
On-demand, serverless Valheim server setup with AWS CDK, Discord Interactions and GitLab CI (repo, summary and article link in comments)
1 project | reddit.com/r/aws | 19 Mar 2021
That's correct, I am using Fargate to run the container, but I am using it by way of another CDK construct that I have imported in my CDK code: https://github.com/gotodeploy/cdk-valheim. CDK allows you to import reusable applications, so you don't have to write everything from scratch. I was going to try to write something similar, but this construct has everything I need and is tested. Even though it is written in Typescript, I can import it from PyPI were it is also published (thanks to jsii)6 projects | reddit.com/r/discordapp | 19 Mar 2021
This is the cdk-valheim construct that I use in this project.
What are some alternatives?
serverless - This is intended to be a repo containing all of the official AWS Serverless architecture patterns built with CDK for developers to use. All patterns come in Typescript and Python with the exported CloudFormation also included.
valheim-server-docker - Valheim dedicated gameserver with automatic update, World backup, BepInEx and ValheimPlus mod support
r2modmanPlus - A simple and easy to use mod manager for several Unity games using Thunderstore
valheim-server - A simple wrapper for the valheim_server executable to make controlling the configuration easier
terraform-cdk - Define infrastructure resources using programming constructs and provision them using HashiCorp Terraform
valheim-k8s - valheim game-server on kubernetes
CDK-SPA-Deploy - This is an AWS CDK Construct to make deploying a single page website (Angular/React/Vue) to AWS S3 behind SSL/Cloudfront easier
aws-toolkit-vscode - Debug SAM Lambdas locally, autocomplete SAM/CFN templates, browse your AWS resources in Lambda/S3/CloudWatch
Valheim-Launcher - Stores hosts/ips and passwords for Valheim servers and then automatically connects to them and enters the password for you.