Elastic Beanstalk - EB - AWS Certification Cheat Sheet

Let’s get a quick overview of Elastic Beanstalk from an AWS certification perspective. We will look at important certification questions regarding Elastic Beanstalk.

You will learn

  • What is AWS Elastic Beanstalk?
  • Why do we need AWS Elastic Beanstalk?
  • When do you use AWS Elastic Beanstalk?

AWS Certification Study Material and Notes - 25 PDF Cheat Sheets

Each cheat sheet contains:

  • FAQs and Tutorials with 5-20 slides
  • Study Material and Notes to quickly review and prepare for certification exam
  • Certification Exam Tips
  • Certification and Interview Scenario Questions

AWS Elastic BeanStalk

AWS Elastic BeanStalk is the Simplest way to deploy and scale your web application in AWS. It provides end-to-end web application management.

AWS Elastic BeanStalk Supports Java, .NET, Node.js, PHP, Ruby, Python, Go, and Docker applications

AWS Elastic BeanStalk has No usage charges - Pay only for AWS resources you provision.

AWS Elastic BeanStalk Features include:

  • Automatic load balancing
  • Auto scaling
  • Managed platform updates
  • Application health monitoring

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Concepts

Let’s look at some of the important Elastic Beanstalk Concepts:

Application - A container for environments, versions and configuration

Application Version - A specific version of deployable code (stored in S3)

Environment - An application version deployed to AWS resources. You can have multiple environments running different application versions for the same application.

Environment Tier:

  • For batch applications, use worker tier
  • For web applications, use web server tier

AWS Elastic BeanStalk - Remember

Here are a few important things that you would need to remember about AWS Elastic BeanStalk:

  • You retain full control over AWS resources created
  • Ideal for simple web applications
  • NOT ideal for microservices architectures
  • You can access server logs without logging into the server
  • Logs can be stored in Amazon S3 or in CloudWatch Logs
  • You can choose to apply patches and platform updates automatically
  • Metrics are send to Amazon CloudWatch
  • You can configure SNS notifications based on health
  • Delete your environment!


Certification - Recommended Reading

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EBS HDD Storages - A Difference

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Managing Multiple AWS Accounts - Organizations, Trusted Advisor and more Cheat Sheet

Amazon CloudWatch - Logs, Events, Alarms and Dashboards Cheat Sheet

AWS CloudTrail vs Config vs CloudWatch Cheat Sheet

EBS SSD Storages - A Difference

NAT Gateway vs Instance - A Comparison

AWS Security Groups and Network Access Control List - A Comparison Cheat Sheet

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