AWS Elastic Beanstalk with a .Net application

AWS Elastic Beanstalk with a .Net application

Final project for cscie90 Cloud Computing — AWS Elastic Beanstalk with a .Net application

AWS Elastic Beanstalk provides an easy way for you to quickly deploy and manage applications in the AWS cloud. In this Zero to Sixty session, accelerate your use of Elastic Beanstalk by learning how Nike and VTEX use several of its most powerful features. Through interactive demos and code samples for both Windows and Linux, this session teaches you how to achieve deployments with zero downtime, how to easily enable or disable application functionality via feature flags, and how to customize your Elastic Beanstalk environments with extensions. Demos and code samples are available to all session attendees.
Are you new to Elastic Beanstalk? Get up to speed for this session by first completing the 60-minute Fundamentals of Elastic Beanstalk lab in the Self Paced Lab Lounge.
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3 thoughts on “AWS Elastic Beanstalk with a .Net application

  1. Hi Miranda – Thanks for sharing this video. Have you ever considered
    working part time for a Boston based startup? Our company is going to grow
    into a big company that provides a service that makes the world a better
    place. mmmclean@gmail.com for more info. Thanks again for sharing this
    video. Matt´╗┐

  2. Thank you for sharing this!

    I have a question ~ 22:40 about log access. Besides going out of default
    way (defaults are quite important in an automator tool such as BS), are
    there more disadvantages of getting the AMI that EB uses, start a new ec2
    using that AMI, install whatever you want regarding log tool/handling
    (logstash, splunk, etc.), snapshot that AMI and use this new custom AMI on
    the future BS environments?

    Nike girls and VTEX, thanks you a lot for the presentation!´╗┐

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