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Ebfly

Ebfly is a simple command line interface for AWS ElasticBeanstalk.

Prerequisities

  • Ruby 1.9+
  • git

Supported platform

ebfly only support following platforms.

  • Docker
  • Node.js
  • PHP
  • Python
  • Ruby

Install

Ebfly can be install via gem:

$ gem install ebfly

After install, you can use ebfly command.

Setup

You need to create $HOME/.ebfly and specify following values.

AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID='...'
AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY='...'
AWS_REGION='us-east-1'

or you can also specify these values via ENV:

export AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID='...'
export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY='...'
export AWS_REGION='us-east-1'

Documents

Documents for each command is available on docs.

Quick Start

If you want to deploy sinatra app, you should do following step.

Step 1 Create git repository

Create working directory, and create git repository.

$ mkdir sinatraapp
$ cd sinatraapp
$ git init .

Step 2 Create application

Create application using ebfly app create command.

# Usage: "ebfly app create <application-name>"
$ ebfly app create sinatraapp
Create app: sinatraapp ...

=== application info ===
application name: sinatraapp
description:
created at:       2014-02-25 08:43:30 UTC
updated at:       2014-02-25 08:43:30 UTC
configuration_templates:

Step 3 Create environment

Create environment using 'ebfly env create' command.

# Usage: "ebfly env create <environment-name> -a <application-name> -s <solution_stack_name> -t <tier-type>
$ ebfly env create dev -a sinatraapp -s ruby19 -t web
Create environment: sinatraapp-dev ...

=== environment info ===
application name:    sinatraapp
environment id:      e-XXX
environment name:    sinatraapp-dev
description:
status:              Launching
health:              Grey
tier:                WebServer Standard 1.0
solution stack name: 64bit Amazon Linux 2013.09 running Ruby 1.9.3
updated at:          2014-02-25 08:45:39 UTC

Step 4 Create sinatraapp

Create config.ru, helloworld.rb and Gemfile like this:

config.ru

require './helloworld'
run Sinatra::Application

helloworld.rb

require 'sinatra'
get '/' do
  "Hello World!"
end

Gemfile

source 'http://rubygems.org'
gem 'sinatra'

Step 5 Bundle install and commit working files

$ bundle install
$ git add .
$ git commit -m "First commit"

Step 6 Deploy app

Deploy app's master branch to environment using ebfly env push command.

# Usage: "ebfly push <name> <branch or tree_ish>".
$ ebfly env push dev master -a sinatraapp

You need to wait some time to change application's status to READY. You can get environment information using 'ebfly env info' command.

$ ebfly env info dev -a sinatraapp

=== environment info ===
application name:     sinatraapp
environment id:       e-XXX
environment name:     sinatraapp-dev
description:
status:               Ready
health:               Green
tier:                 WebServer Standard 1.0
solution stack name:  64bit Amazon Linux 2013.09 running Ruby 1.9.3
endpoint url:         awseb-e-w-XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX-1111111111.us-east-1.elb.amazonaws.com
cname:                sinatraapp-dev-xyz.elasticbeanstalk.com

When status turns Ready, your can access your app on http://[cname]. Copy and paste cname value on your browser.

If you are using Mac OS, ebfly env open command is very useful. ebfly env opencommand open specified environment app on your browser.

$ ebfly env open dev -a sinatraapp

License

This tool is distributed under the Apache License, Version 2.0.