Review and manage environment

Your application is now running on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Navigate through Elastic Beanstalk console and review application details.

  1. Go to AWS Console, from Services choose Elastic Beanstalk and click on Environments from left menu.

  2. Click URL under URL column to go to your application public URL. This will take you to your applications web interface. eb-environments

  3. Back in the Elastic Beanstalk console, click on your environment name under Environment Name column. You will see detailed information about your environment, including:

    • Health status,
    • Recent events,
    • Platform details,
    • Public URL.
    • Currently running version (you can upload and deploy your application code from here)

    eb-env-overview

  4. Elastic Beanstalk creates and manages all underlying infrastructure for your applications. You can see the instance details from the Elastic Beanstalk console.

    • Click Health from left menu.
    • Check your instance ID where your application is running on.
    • You can also reboot/terminate your instance directly. eb-env-heath
  5. You can monitoring your environment from Elastic Beanstalk console directly.

Click Mointoring from left menu. eb-monitoring

  1. Click Application versions under your environments from the left menu.

Notice that your application’s source code which you’ve uploaded to S3 bucket earlier is deployed to your environment.

eb-app-version

You can manage your application’s versions through Elastic Beanstalk and deploy them into different environments easily without dealing with any underlying infrastructure provisioning.

  • Make changes in your application source code and deploy the new version into your environment.
  • Perform Blue/Green deployments.
  • Explore how to deploy your application into multiple availability zones with Elastic Loadbalancer.

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