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Tag: Elastic Beanstalk

Using Locust on AWS Elastic Beanstalk for Distributed Load Generation and Testing

AWS Elastic Beanstalk customers frequently ask how to load test their web applications running on Elastic Beanstalk. Load testing, which allows you to demonstrate and understand how the application and the underlying resources function under real-world demands, is an important part of the application development cycle. Creating tests that simulate real-world scenarios is essential. Locust, […]

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Building Continuous Deployment on AWS with AWS CodePipeline, Jenkins and AWS Elastic Beanstalk

The following is a guest post by Hubert Cheung, Solutions Architect. In a deployment pipeline, automation lets you focus on your application and worry less about the manual aspects of deployment or the steps required to get application code updated. In addition to continuously integrating code changes and offering faster feedback to the developers, the […]

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Continuous Delivery for a PHP Application Using AWS CodePipeline, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and Solano Labs

My colleague Joseph Fontes, an AWS Solutions Architect, wrote the guest post below to discuss continuous delivery for a PHP Application Using AWS CodePipeline, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and Solano Labs. Solano Labs recently integrated Solano CI with AWS CodePipeline, a continuous delivery service for fast and reliable application updates. Solano Labs provides CI/CD capabilities to […]

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Customize Ephemeral and EBS Volumes in Elastic Beanstalk Environments

Did you know that Elastic Beanstalk supports attaching and customizing ephemeral and EBS volumes to Elastic Beanstalk environments without the need for custom AMIs? This feature provides Elastic Beanstalk users with the ability to utilize: 1.     Ephemeral storage via instance store volumes available on the physical EC2 machine. See Instance Stores Available on Instance Types […]

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Customer Highlights from Around the Web: June 2014

June was an exciting month with a number of interesting, technical posts from customers using AWS Elastic Beanstalk and OpsWorks. We’ve aggregated some of these posts and grouped them by service below. If we missed your post – or you’d like to be included in next month’s roundup – shoot me an e-mail at evbrown […]

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Locally Packaging Gem Dependencies for Ruby Applications in Elastic Beanstalk

Today’s guest post is by Charlie Crawford, a developer on the Elastic Beanstalk team. The Puma Ruby 2 container has a built-in feature to detect locally installed gems. This feature is easy to use, ensures that your production environment is using the same gems as your development environment, and helps your application deploy faster. Although this […]

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Build and Deploy a Federated Web Identity application with AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Login with Amazon.

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. This article describes why and how your applications can take advantage of Web Identity Federation and how to deploy such applications on Elastic Beanstalk. In […]

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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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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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