How to deploy files to Elastic Beanstalk?
Elastic Beanstalk lets developers host and manage applications in the AWS cloud without worrying about the infrastructure. In order to make it w
Configure AWS permissions
- Log in to your AWS account and go to IAM → Users
- Click Add a new user and fill in the details. Make sure to check the Programmatic access type.
On the permissions page switch to Attach existing policies directly and check the following policies:
Once the user is created, make sure to copy the Access key and Secret key.
Configure ElasticBeanstalk action
- Create/update a pipeline in Buddy and click the Elastic Beanstalk action
- Paste the previously copied keys to activate the AWS integration
- Select your AWS region, Application and Environment where you want to upload your files
- Click Test connection & add action to save changes
Clicking More options will expand additional settings where you can:
- Enter custom Version label for your ElasticBeanstalk registry. By default the version is
- Select the conditions when the action should be run. You can also set them by dragging the action on the pipeline view
- Enter custom name for the action