AWS DevOps Blog

Part 5: Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation

RDS Read Replicas and ElastiCache: Bolting Jet Engines onto our Elastic Beanstalk App Welcome to the 5th (and final!) part of this 5-part series. Today we’ll talk about performance optimizations we made to our application, and we’ll do all of this in the context of a real load test that simulates actual customers using the […]

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Part 4: Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation

Today’s Topic: Scaling Storage and Transcoding with Amazon S3 and Elastic Transcoder Welcome to the 4th part of this 5-part series where we’ll cover best-practices and practical tips & tricks for developing, deploying, and managing a web application with an eye for application performance and operational efficiency using AWS CloudFormation and Elastic Beanstalk. This week […]

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Part 3: Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation

Today’s Topic: Application Config and Regional Portability with AWS Elastic Beanstalk Welcome to the 3rd part of this 5-part series where we’ll cover best-practices and practical tips & tricks for developing, deploying, and managing a web application with an eye for application performance and operational efficiency using AWS CloudFormation and Elastic Beanstalk. We’ll introduce a […]

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Part 2: Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation

Part 2: Elastic Beanstalk in VPC and Patterns for Authoring Multi-Region CloudFormation Templates Welcome to the 2nd part of this 5-part series where we’ll cover best-practices and practical tips & tricks for developing, deploying, and managing a web application with an eye for application performance and operational efficiency using AWS CloudFormation and Elastic Beanstalk. We’ll […]

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Quick-Launch Your Elastic Beanstalk Application in Three Clicks

Today’s guest post is from Jebran Syed, a developer on the Elastic Beanstalk team. AWS Elastic Beanstalk has a new feature that allows users to quickly deploy a new application with just a few clicks. You can now create a hyperlink that includes applicationName and solutionStackName parameters in the URL and Elastic Beanstalk will do […]

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Part 1: Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation Series

Part 1: Modeling an Elastic Beanstalk Application and its Dependencies in CloudFormation Welcome to the 1st part of a 5-part series where we’ll cover best-practices and practical tips & tricks for developing, deploying, and managing a web application with an eye for application performance and operational efficiency using AWS CloudFormation and Elastic Beanstalk. We’ll introduce […]

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Three Easy Steps to Enable Cross-Zone Load Balancing in Elastic Beanstalk

You can enable Cross-Zone Load Balancing for your Elastic Beanstalk Environment in 3 quick steps: Create a directory named .ebextensions at the top level of your application source bundle Add a file named elb_cross_zone.config with the following content: Resources: AWSEBLoadBalancer: Type: AWS::ElasticLoadBalancing::LoadBalancer Properties: CrossZone: True Bundle and deploy your application. You can refer to the […]

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Introducing the ‘Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation’ Series

Next Monday (April 7 2014) we’re launching a 5-part blog and Office Hours series we’re calling “Develop, Deploy, and Manage for Scale with Elastic Beanstalk and CloudFormation”. In this 5-part series we’ll cover best-practices and practical tips & tricks for developing, deploying, and managing a web application with an eye for application performance and operational […]

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Deploying MongoDB with OpsWorks

by Chris Barclay | on | in How-To* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

AWS OpsWorks is an application management service that makes it easy to deploy and operate applications of all shapes and sizes. OpsWorks uses Chef to install and configure software on Amazon EC2 instances and lets you automate any task that can be scripted. In this blog post, we will show a step-by-step example for how […]

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Six Steps to Deploy Ghost to AWS Elastic Beanstalk

by Evan Brown | on | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Today’s post comes from Sebastien, Technical Trainer for AWS. Based in Luxembourg, he helps our customers and partners gain proficiency with AWS services and solutions. You can follow him on Twitter @sebsto. Ghost is a new and popular blogging platform based on Node.js. An open source application, Ghost aims to bring fun and creativity back to blogging. […]

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