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Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
Building your 'minimum viable product' (mvp) with amazon elastic beanstalk
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  • Log files and application versions in S3
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Create your application as you normally would using Microsoft Visual Studio.Publish your application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio.
  • Create your application as you normally would using Microsoft Visual Studio.Publish your application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio.
  • Create your application as you normally would using Microsoft Visual Studio.Publish your application to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio.
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
  • Until then no one really used it in the real worldsuddenly, you have to deal with infrastructure
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    • 1. Building your MVPAmazon Elastic BeanstalkJoe Ziegler - Startup Business Development Manager APC@jiyosub
    • 2. What’s AWSElastic Beanstalk?
    • 3. Think of it as a Container for your Application
    • 4. User ApplicationApplication ServiceHTTP ServiceLanguage InterpreterOperating SystemHostWe Create the EC2 InstanceYou Focus on Developing Your App
    • 5. Beanstalk takes care of the environment…
    • 6. …adding Elastic Load Balancer…
    • 7. …Auto Scaling groups
    • 8. …and launching instances
    • 9. …all wired into the Beanstalk framework
    • 10. …and published under a CNAME
    • 11. …with logs and app versions held in S3
    • 12. Easily Manage your Versions and Environments
    • 13. .NetPHPJavaPythonNode.jsRubyFlexibility to Choose your Stack
    • 14. As a Startup what are 2 things youcan’t afford to waste?
    • 15. AWS Elastic BeanstalkHelps Save Both
    • 16. ApplicationprototypeOne-clickdeploymentProduction ready AWS infrastructure
    • 17. Idea App
    • 18. Idea AppHeavy lifting70%
    • 19. 30%Idea AppInfrastructureservices
    • 20. Idea AppElastic Beanstalk
    • 21. Elastic BeanstalkIdea App
    • 22. AWS Elastic BeanstalkHelps Save BothNo AdditionalCost
    • 23. Beanstalk is a platformfor Startups
    • 24. How do you create anapp forAWS Elastic Beanstalk?
    • 25. Like any otherJava / .Net / PHP / Python / Node.jsapp
    • 26. No dependencies on AWS inherentfor Beanstalk deploymentSourceuploaded andexecuted inAWSSourcedownloadedand executedlocally
    • 27. Java .war fileMicrosoft WebDeploy packagePHP .zip filePython .zip fileGit integrationIDE pluginsPackage up as normal
    • 28. Step 1Sign up for your AWS Accountaws.amazon.com
    • 29. Step 2Select Your Region
    • 30. Step 3Select Your Stack
    • 31. Container Configuration
    • 32. Step 4Setup your DevelopmentEnvironment
    • 33. Universal OptionYou can create application specificfiles and upload via the web console
    • 34. Console deployments, versioning, and updates
    • 35. • You will deploy using Visual Studio• Publish your application to AWSElastic Beanstalk using the AWSToolkit for Visual Studio -aws.amazon.com/visualstudio/
    • 36. Visual Studio Integration
    • 37. • You will deploy using GIT• Develop your app using your IDE• Follow these directions:bit.ly/WARAjY
    • 38. Git Integration
    • 39. • You will deploy via Eclipse• Develop your app using your IDE• Elastic Beanstalk using the AWSToolkit for Eclipse -aws.amazon.com/eclipse/
    • 40. Eclipse Integration
    • 41. Command Line OptionsIf you love the command line, you candownload the eb tools:amzn.to/dSdtGP
    • 42. CheckDNSAvailabilityelastic-beanstalk-check-dns-availabilityCreateApplicationelastic-beanstalk-create-applicationCreateApplictaionVersionelastic-beanstalk-create-application-versionCreateEnvironmentelastic-beanstalk-create-environmenteb initwizard to initialize an applicationeb start/stopstart/stop an applicationeb updateupdate application versioneb statusget status of a running applicationCommand Line Tools and Wizards
    • 43. Next StepsFollow through the guide for your stack.Net: bit.ly/Zm4nWIPHP: bit.ly/104tyZINode.js: bit.ly/YVhrR6Ruby: bit.ly/14krvU4Python: bit.ly/16ADDqWJava: bit.ly/11k16Ij
    • 44. http://aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/http://aws.amazon.com/start-ups/Find out more…
    • 45. aws.amazon.comget started with the free tier
    • 46. Building your MVPAmazon Elastic BeanstalkJoe Ziegler - Startup Business Development Manager APC@jiyosub

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