August 14, 2022

Case Study: Blue-Green Deployments Using Elastic Beanstalk

A blue-green deployment is a management approach for releasing software code. Only one of the environments is live at a single time, where the live environment serves all the production traffic. For example, if blue is currently live then green would be idle and vice-versa. In this blog, we are going to cover the case study on Blue-Green Deployments Using AWS Elastic Beanstalk.

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Blue-Green Deployment AWS Overview | All You Need To Know

One of the key criteria by which an application is judged is definitely the downtime.In this blog post, we’ll discuss Blue-Green Deployment, which leads to Zero downtime. Being developers, we must have faced a situation where our applications’ updated version takes the customers’ heat for being slow or buggy. This leads to rolling back to the previous versions of our application, which are stable.

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AWS Architecture: End to End Design and Working

AWS is currently the top cloud in terms of usage and brand recognition providing a wide range of cloud solutions over compute, storage, database, network, security and many more. But, behind every successful cloud network, there is a designed and pre-planned cloud architecture. It is very much beneficial to understand the architecture of the cloud before its implementation. So in this blog, we are going to discuss AWS Architecture in detail.

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5 Pillars Of AWS Well-Architected Framework

Essentially, a well-architected framework is a concept of designing and architecting cloud infrastructure for high-performing, resilient, and efficient infrastructure for their applications and workloads.It must be done in such a way, it achieves the desired business use case and technical outcomes, all while optimizing costs. In this blog, I have discussed 5 Pillars of AWS Well-Architected Framework and their design principles.

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What is AWS Architecture? – Components Explained Using Diagram

AWS is one of the most prominent and leading Cloud Computing markets today. It has an active customer base spanning across over 190 countries and more than a million customers, including nearly 2,000 government agencies, 5,000 education institutions, and more than 17,500 non-profits. Today, more than one-third of all Internet users visit a site or application that is powered by AWS. It has a vast market share in the Cloud Computing sector. So, it becomes necessary to learn this technology. In this blog, we will see a detailed description of the AWS architecture with diagrams, Cloud Computing models and key components, advantages, etc.

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Introduction to AWS Architecture

AWS Architecture is represented by diagram which is called the fundamental framework where it provides cloud computing services accordingly. It is considered as the fundamental framework of AWS architecture or AWS EC2. Simply, EC2 is also called an Elastic Compute cloud which will permit the clients otherwise the customers of using various configurations in their own task or technique according to their requirement. There are also various incredible options such as price options, specific server mapping, arrangement server, and so on. S3 which is present in the AWS architecture is called Simple Storage Providers. By using this S3, customers can easily get or else shop data through different data types using Application Programs Interface calls. There will be no computing element for the services as well.

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