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Add Documentation for Pimcore AWS Elastic Beanstalk #5153

Blackbam opened this issue Oct 28, 2019 · 2 comments


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@Blackbam Blackbam commented Oct 28, 2019

Feature Request

Within the newest Pimcore documentation there is information on how to use Pimcore in a multi-environment setup and there is also a specific chapter for usage with AWS S3 (

However scalable applications should be deployed with Elastic Beanstalk - otherwise the real benefits of the Amazon infrastructure can not be used. Problem is, there is not any guidance within the docs on how to set this up. The .gitignore file within the current version is not helpful for this setup.

There should be a proper guide or tutorial for Pimcore usage with Elastic Beanstalk within the documentation. The most important thing with this setup is that Amazon can spawn an shutdown server instances depending on the current load. Therefore we have to know which folders have to be shared, which folders can be duplicated and which Pimcore console instructions we have to integrate into a deployment script.

There is no adequate guidance or tutorial on how to use Pimcore with AWS Elastic Beanstalk (or a similar setup infrastructure).


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@davidhoeck davidhoeck commented Nov 11, 2019

Hi @Blackbam - this should give you an idea of which folder and files must be shared.


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@Blackbam Blackbam commented Nov 11, 2019

@davidhoeck Thank you, this is definitely helpful for starting with this.

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