Join Brandon Rich for an in-depth discussion in this video Create database, part of Amazon Web Services: Deploying and Provisioning.
- [Teacher] So we need to add a new layer…to this OpsWork stack to represent the data layer…so that we can externalize our database…and stop depending on something like SQL Lite.…I'm here in the layer section…of this Rails demo application in OpsWorks.…I'm going to click the Add layer button here…in the top right.…We have three tabs OpsWorks, ECS and RDS.…We'll click RDS and this will give us some options.…I've already got one RDS database up and running,…and I could use it,…but for purposes of this demo,…I want to create a new one.…
OpsWorks tells me I can add an instance on RDS.…This link will take us directly…to the RDS section of the AWS console.…What I want to do is create a new RDS instance.…I'll click Launch a DB Instance.…I want to create a Postgres instance.…And then hook it up to our OpsWork stack.…So I choose Postgres and click Select.…I have some options here for how…I want to provision this database.…I'm going to choose Dev/Test…because as it says, this instance is…intended for use outside of production.…
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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