Notes and anecdotes

Techstuff rambling

Elastic Beanstalk with Terraform

If you haven’t already, try to add the Beanstalk application in your environment using only the eb command (see own post). What we do there, is making sure you have the correct setup for vpc and subnets. Once you’ve made sure that is OK, you can come here and try creating the application using terraform. That has…

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Elastic Beanstalk – In a VPC

“The EC2 instances failed to communicate with AWS Elastic Beanstalk”. FUDGE! Notes on how to successfully launch a Beanstalk instance in a VPC.


Create Elastic Beanstalk app with Java 8

Beanstalk is quite nice. And the awsebcli looks nice too, along with its documentation and the example guide at pypi. You can deploy straight from a local git repo in one command. You can have each branch go to a separate Beanstalk environments. So I tested it, and here are my notes: Edit: If you want to learn this,…

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk

“By using Elastic Beanstalk, developers can focus on developing their application and are freed from deployment-oriented tasks, such as provisioning servers, setting up load balancing, or managing scaling.” – AWS. Here’s a few general notes on what AWS Elastic Beanstalk (or just Beanstalk) is, pricing etc.