Begin testing your site to see what is working with your first push of code in this video.
- [Instructor] Even though we have created … an application on AWS, we have not yet deployed our project. … Now in order for that to happen, … we have to initialize our project to be … an Elastic Beanstalk project. … So in order to do that, … we're going to type eb, which is short for Elastic Beanstalk, … and then we're going to say init. … Now with this, it's going to ask us some questions, … it's going to say what region do you want, the default's three, … that sounds fine to me, Oregon seems like a good place, … we'll go ahead and select that. … It's going to ask you which application you would like to use, … let's use the one that we just created, the portfolio-aws. … It's going to say, looks like you're using Python, … yes, let's go ahead and use version 3.6, … we'll go ahead and use that. … Do you want to set up SSH for your instances, … go ahead and say yes to that, … it's going to ask for the name of a key-pair, you can use … the default aws-eb, that's totally fine. … And when it goes through if it asks you for a password …
- Transferring code to a server
- Managing media files
- Creating a custom URL
- Configuring file settings
- Securing a server
- Database setup
- PostgreSQL setup
- Gunicorn testing
- NGINX setup
- Storage setup
Skill Level Intermediate
What you should know1m 44s
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Next steps1m 7s
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