Join Brian Eiler for an in-depth discussion in this video Deployment options: Rolling with an additional batch, part of Amazon Web Services: Implementing and Troubleshooting PaaS Products.
- [Instructor] Now, if you like the idea…of doing a rolling update in order to minimize downtime,…but you're a little bit nervous about the scalability…or the load that your servers might be under,…rolling with an additional batch…could be a good option for you.…In this scenario, we will launch an additional batch…of instances with the new version before we go…through the process of updating any…of the existing instances.…The idea is we want to maintain the same advantages…we had before, zero downtime, we don't want to change DNS,…we need to make sure the health checks work,…but we cannot tolerate any sort of capacity issues.…
The solution, deploy more instances.…Now, that does mean that there's going…to be an increased cost while you go…through this process,…but the advantage is that we have less risk in the equation.…We still have the scenario that if we have one batch…that fails the update,…there could be instances that will have a different version.…Let's take a look.…Once again, in our case, we have four instances…
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