AWS Classroomnotes 27/Feb/2022

Deploying a spring boot application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk

  • Ensure you have the code which runs locally.
  • Cross check your applicaton by running mvn spring-boot:run
  • Once the application is running locally, execute eb init and then select the environment details like region, key pair etc.
  • eb will create a config.yml in the .elasticbeanstalk folder
  • Add the deploy section to the config file with jar file path
  • By default elastic beanstalk will create an nginx server which will act as proxy and forward the request on 80 port to 5000 port, so if necessary add file
  • Now create the environment by executing eb create -s
  • Once the environment is ready access the endpoint
  • If you make changes in the code, then ensure they are running locally and deploy using eb deploy
  • Once you are done eb terminate <environment-name>

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