How to create a Stack in Elastic Beanstalk

Posted By :Nitin Kumar Kashyap |30th July 2021


What is elastic beanstalk?


Amazon Elastic is a compute service that makes it easy-to-use for developers to quickly deployed and managed the applications on which you upload the codes to the AWS cloud beanstalk platform. Coders simply upload their applications to the AWS cloud, and it will provisionally handle the configurations for you. Your application will be provided with capacity provisioning, load balancing, auto-scaling, and health monitoring.


It will help you deploy and scale up-down your applications and services with an easy-to-use without worrying about the provisioning components. It helps implement the high availability features such as elastic load-balancing and auto-scaling, and extra load manages to maintains the application. It is governed and handled by the elastic beanstalk. It is also an easy-to-use service for deploying and scaling web-based applications and services developed in java, python, etc. 


It can easily be uploaded to the zip format, and the elastic beanstalk automatically handles the deployment with capacity provisioning, load balancing, and auto-scaled applications. You can retain full control over some AWS resources powering your application. Also, you can access the underlying resources at any moment of the time.


Some of the benefits of the Aws Beanstalk


It has several advantages or benefits, which are:


  • Easy to start
  • Autoscale up and down
  • Developers Productivity
  • Cost-effectiveness
  • Management and up to dates



Learn how to create an Elastic beanstalk in AWS step by step.



Step1: Go to the AWS console and open the Elastic Beanstalk service.



Step2: After that, click on the create application, and provide the name of the application. 



Step3: Now, choose the language and platform of the application and upload the application's code. Click on create button. 



Step4: Then your screen starts creating an environment. It will take around 5-10 minutes to create the appropriate application environment. 



Step5: At the end, your application and environment will be successfully created. 



Step 6: Click on the link to access the application. 



Conclusion: Your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Stack is now created successfully. 

About Author

Nitin Kumar Kashyap

Nitin is DevOps engineer. He is familiar with AWS and Azure Cloud. He also have an hands on work over docker and orchestrations tools.

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