Where would you expect to find Elastic Beanstalk configuration?
Saved configurations are stored in the Elastic Beanstalk S3 bucket in a folder named after your application. For example, configurations for an application named my-app in the us-west-2 region for account number 123456789012 can be found at s3://elasticbeanstalk-us-west-2-123456789012/resources/templates/my-app/ .
How do I get an Elastic Beanstalk certificate?
- Register a domain with a DNS registrar.
- Request an SSL certificate via ACM for that domain.
- Assign that ACM certificate to your Elastic Beanstalk application.
- Point your domain to the Elastic Beanstalk application, CNAME for external DNS, CNAME or ALIAS for Route 53.
How long is EB deploy?
EB deployment is started by zipping entire app using eb cli command and uploading it to AWS. This action triggers deployment to requested environment. The zipped app is then downloaded to each target EC2 instance and there deployed. In our case took up to 10 minutes.
What is EB AWS?
The EB CLI is a command line interface for AWS Elastic Beanstalk that provides interactive commands that simplify creating, updating and monitoring environments from a local repository. The source code for the EB CLI is an open-source project. It resides in the aws/aws-elastic-beanstalk-cli GitHub repository.
What does Elastic Beanstalk provide?
AWS Elastic Beanstalk provides tools to automate background tasks. Elastic Beanstalk employs Auto Scaling and Elastic Load Balancing to scale and balance workloads. It provides tools in the form of Amazon CloudWatch to monitor the health of deployed applications.
How does Elastic Beanstalk work?
Elastic Beanstalk reduces management complexity without restricting choice or control. You simply upload your application, and Elastic Beanstalk automatically handles the details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and application health monitoring.
How do I add ebextensions to an application?
1. Create an application source bundle that includes your configuration files. Note: Folders starting with a period, such as .ebextensions, can be hidden by file browsers. To keep these folders visible, include the .ebextensions folder in the root of your application bundle when you create your application source bundle.
What is an ebextensions configuration file?
Configuration files are YAML- or JSON-formatted documents with a .config file extension that you place in a folder named .ebextensions and deploy in your application source bundle. We recommend using YAML for your configuration files, because it’s more readable than JSON.
How to use ebextensions with Elastic Beanstalk?
ebextensions is another solution that I found after checking the official documentation of Elastic Beanstalk. With this solution, you need to to create. ebextensions folder inside your project and create a file to define what are the packages that you want to install into the environment.
How do I add ebextensions to a source bundle?
Create an application source bundle that includes your configuration files. Note: Folders starting with a period, such as .ebextensions, can be hidden by file browsers. To keep these folders visible, include the .ebextensions folder in the root of your application bundle when you create your application source bundle.