Elastic Load Balancing API Tools

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The API tools serve as the client interface to the Elastic Load Balancing web service. Use these tools to create elastic load balancers and register instances to load balance your application running in Amazon EC2.

Details

Submitted By: Lesley@AWS
AWS Products Used: Elastic Load Balancing
Languages(s): Other
License: Other
Created On: May 18, 2009 1:52 AM GMT
Last Updated: March 17, 2014 5:35 AM GMT
Download
Simply unzip ElasticLoadBalancing.zip into a directory and use the individual commands such as elb-create-lb and elb-register-instances-with-lb. The archive comes with a more extensive README file that explain how to use the command line client in more detail. You can also refer to Using the Command Line Tools in the Elastic Load Balancing Developer Guide.

Having problems or questions? Please post to the EC2 Forum where we will be happy to help.

What's New

  • Version 1.0.33.0: Support for Access Logs.

Version History

Release Date CLI Version Description
2014-03-06 1.0.33.0 Support for Access Logs.
2013-11-06 1.0.23.0 Support for cross-zone load balancing.
2012-06-10 1.0.17.0 Support for internal load balancing in Amazon VPC.

Comments

great solution
Hi, I am testing the new solution, and it is great, I was asking you about a solution like this 4 moths ago, and now I am running the system with two webserver behind the load balancer. Congratulations to the Amazon Team, I love this solution. Just one bug, to set the variable JAVA_HOME I can not put spaces in the path, for example C:\program files\etc, I resolved this error pasting the java folder in the root directory. Thanks a lot for everything. David Balogh
davidbalogh on May 18, 2009 9:07 PM GMT
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