AWS Elastic Beanstalk Command Line Tool
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A command line client for interacting with the AWS Elastic Beanstalk APIs.
- 2014-10-29 - Added support for the EU (Frankfurt) region.
- 2014-06-10 - Bug fix for git aws.push.
- 2014-05-12 - Bug fix release.
- 2014-04-21 - The Elastic Beanstalk command line tool no longer requires Ruby.
- 2013-12-11 - Added support for web server and worker tier.
- 2013-07-24 - Bug fix for Database instances.
- 2013-07-17 - Added support for the single-instance environment type.
- 2013-04-17 - Added EC2 Role support for log publication and added support for displaying Events, Tail Logs and EB Push.
- 2013-02-19 - Bug Fixes: Changes to support non-bash default shell, display more output on initialization
- 2012-12-19 - Added eb and git aws.push support for branching.
- 2012-12-06 - Added support for the South America (Sao Paulo) region.
- 2012-11-12 - Added support for the Asia Pacific (Sydney) region.
- 2012-11-01 - Added support for Ruby and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC).
- 2012-10-02 - Fix issue when terminating some environments.
- 2012-09-04 - Added support for the Asia Pacific (Singapore) region.
- 2012-08-19 - Added support for the Python container and Amazon Relational Database Service database instances.
- 2012-07-10 - Added support for the US West (Oregon) and US West (N. California) regions.
- 2012-06-27 - Added the eb command line interface.
- 2012-05-16 - Added support for the EU (Ireland) region.
- 2012-04-23 - Added support for the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) region.
- 2012-03-20 - Added the Git client extension for AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
- 2012-02-27 - The elastic-beanstalk-describe-environments and elastic-beanstalk-describe-events can now accept date values (such as "2012-02-27").
- 2012-02-27 - Fixed minor bugs with elastic-beanstalk-describe-environments and elastic-beanstalk-terminate-environment.
- 2011-10-06 - DescribeEnvironments call now accepts an optional MaxRecords parameter.
- 2011-09-02 - Includes the latest Mozilla CA bundle to improve security over SSL.
- 2011-06-29 - Added the elastic-beanstalk-swap-environment-cnames command which swaps environment CNAMEs between two running environments.
- 2011-06-29 - Removed unneeded options from the elastic-beanstalk-describe-configuration-settings command.
- 2011-05-24 - The elastic-beanstalk-create-configuration-template command can now create configuration templates based on running environments.
- 2011-04-22 - The elastic-beanstalk-describe-environments command no longer outputs the 'Resources' field in the tabular output.
- 2011-02-07 - Delimiter ',' is now used in elastic-beanstalk-describe-applications call to delimit the list of Configuration templates in the result.
- 2011-02-07 - The elastic-beanstalk-delete-configuration-template command properly evaluates the 'template-name' parameter passed in.
- 2011-01-31 - The elastic-beanstalk-describe-configuration-settings command now correctly calls the DescribeConfigurationSettings API.
About This Sample
- This package contains the eb command line interface, the api-based AWS Elastic Beanstalk command line interface and the Git client extension for AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk allows developers to quickly deploy and manage applications in the AWS cloud. Simply upload your application to Elastic Beanstalk, and Elastic Beanstalk automatically handles the deployment details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, auto-scaling, and application health monitoring.
- Visit Using the AWS Elastic Beanstalk Command Line Tools for more information on how to get started.
- Visit Deploying AWS Elastic Beanstalk Applications in PHP Using Git for more information on how to use Git to deploy applications.
- You must be signed up to use AWS Elastic Beanstalk. You can sign up for AWS Elastic Beanstalk at http://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/.
- Please refer to included Readme for installation details.
Running the Sample
- Run the sample using a command line interface. For example: