Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video Beanstalk database, part of Amazon Web Services: Deploying and Provisioning.
- [Instructor] Now that we have our application…running on Elastic Beanstalk,…we have a lot of flexibility…to scale this out and add more instances.…However, we don't want to do that yet,…because our application is still dependent…on local file storage.…Remember the SQLite database…that forms the back end of this application?…It's running on our instance,…and as long as that's the case,…we can't add another one.…Beanstalk gives us a way…to easily add an external database…to our application…under the configuration option, here on the left.…Here, you'll see all kinds of parameters…that you can tweak to change the behavior and structure…of this Elastic Beanstalk instance.…
If we scroll all the way down to the bottom,…you'll see a section called Data Tier,…and a message that says you do not have a database.…You can create a new RDS database…or use an existing one.…For this demo, we'll allow Elastic Beanstalk…to create a new RDS database for us.…It will associate that database…with our running application,…which is awfully convenient.…
This course is also part of a series designed to help you prepare for the AWS Certified SysOps Administrator – Associate certification exam.
- Understanding AWS EC2
- Creating an EC2 instance
- Provisioning with CloudFormation
- Architecting apps for horizontal scaling
- Creating an Elastic Beanstalk environment and app
- Using OpsWorks
- Deploying apps with CodeDeploy
Skill Level Intermediate
1. AWS EC2 Foundations
2. EC2 Creation and Provisioning
Create an EC2 instance13m 24s
3. Deployment Concepts
4. Elastic Beanstalk
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