Learn about AWS services, specifically Elastic Beanstalk. Learn how to set up AWS services using the AWS Console.
- [Narrator] AWS is an ever growing collection…of Cloud services providing a wide range of functionality.…For this class, we'll be using…the Elastic Beanstalk service.…Elastic Beanstalk is an application deployment service…in the Cloud, allowing you to develop…your application locally on your system,…and use Elastic Beanstalk to host the production version.…The service supports multiple languages and web servers.…For this course, we'll be using node.js…as both the application and the web server.…
And that will be handled nicely.…One major advantage to using a Cloud service of this sort…is that you don't need to worry about assigning…or managing resources such as disc space or memory,…and your application is scaled as needed.…This service, as all AWS services,…uses the AWS Command Line Interface.…We'll be using the EB versions,…which wrap some of the more extensive CLI commands…to ease use.…The base CLI commands provide more flexibility,…but we'll be doing some fairly straightforward things.…
So EB will work great for us.…
- MongoDB and GitHub setup
- Creating a Heroku app
- Deployment using Elastic Beanstalk
- Azure host creation and environment configuration
- Continuous deployment tools
- Working with Jenkins, Travis CI, and CircleCI
Skill Level Intermediate
Node.js: Build Your First Microservicewith Daniel Khan2h 9m Intermediate
Building RESTful Web APIs with Node.js and Expresswith Emmanuel Henri1h 40m Intermediate
1. Setting Up Your Application
3. AWS Elastic Beanstalk
5. Continuous Deployment
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