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There are several practices to run and deploy your application’s micro-services architecture on AWS in a scalable, automatic and safe manner. This presentation will include explanation and examples of how to use AWS micro-services architectures that are highly available, scalable, supply easy deploy mechanism, little configuration and a lot of fun :)
In this presentation, you will focus on 3 examples of AWS services (Elastic Beanstalk, Lambda + API Gateway, and ECS is AWS) that can easily deploy and scale with any micro service architecture, written in any language.
Elastic Beanstalk is an AWS service that can supply services like EC2, ELB and etc. This service configures those features for an application in a way that all the user needs to do is deploy the application using the application templates of supported platforms (Go, Java, .NET, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby, Docker). This service does all the work for your application.
ECS is AWS container service that allows deploying your containers and manage them with ease, the service supports Docker so you can deploy any type of application as long as it containerised.
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Microservices with AWS
Josh is the managing director of Devopspro. He is an expert in DevOps, Linux, Continuous Integration and Delivery. His expertise also includes Cloud computing, Monitoring, Linux Containers, Version Control, Issue Tracking, Code Review, Development process, Application performance, Analytics, Auto Scaling and Durability.