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1. Up and Running with Elastic Beanstalk > Deploy Hystqio to Elastic Beanstalk

Deploy Hystqio to Elastic Beanstalk

So we have a WAR and we have Elastic Beanstalk: we are ready to run! Go to the Elastic Beanstalk tab of the AWS Console and tap on “Create New Application” (Figure 1-6). Choose “Upload your Existing Application” and select your WAR.

Creating an Elastic Beanstalk application
Figure 1-6. Creating an Elastic Beanstalk application

Next, you are prompted to create a new environment. Create one and give it a name, choose a convenient available URL, and choose a container type (Figure 1-7).

Create an environment
Figure 1-7. Create an environment

In the third step, we can leave the default options. The instance type is the size of the machine we want to use. Micro is fine for a start, and we can benefit from the free tier. The key pair would be used to give us SSH access to the instance, but for now we only want it to run; we’ll worry about getting onto the machine later in this book. Take into account, though, that if you are running a real application, you should assign a key pair to be able to log in to your instances when the need arises.


  

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