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Elastic Beanstalk

Deployment to Elastic Beanstalk

Prerequiests

Deployment with Codefresh

  • Add encrypted environment variables for aws credentials.
    • AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID
    • AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY
  • Provide the following environment variables:
    • AWS_REGION
    • AWS_ENV_NAME
    • AWS_VERSION
    • AWS_BRANCH

The ${{AWS_VERSION}} of application you can find in the Elastic Beanstalk service

The ${{AWS_ENV_NAME}} of application you can find in the Elastic Beanstalk service

Add the following step to codefresh.yml

deploy-elastic-beanstalk:
    fail-fast: false
    image: garland/aws-cli-docker:latest
    commands:
     - sh -c  "aws configure set region '${{AWS_REGION}}' && aws elasticbeanstalk update-environment --environment-name '${{AWS_ENV_NAME}}' --version-label '${{AWS_VERSION}}' "
    when:
      condition:
        all:
          masterBranch: "'${{CF_BRANCH}}' == '${{AWS_BRANCH}}'"

Deployment Flow

  • go to the Elastic Beanstalk service and create an application and environment
  • perform the following commands from root of your project
    • eb init
    • eb create ${{AWS_ENV_NAME}}

Note: If you don't have awsebcli - install EB CLI http://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/eb-cli3-install.html

  • add this repository to Codefresh, provide the necessary environments variables and build this service

Example

Elastic Beanstalk