In this Flask and AWS video we want to learn about Push Python Flask Project to Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is fully managed Platform as a Service (PaaS) offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that makes it easy for developers to deploy and manage web applications in the AWS Cloud. with Elastic Beanstalk, developers can focus on writing code and let AWS handle the deployment, scaling and management of infrastructure and underlying resources required to run their applications.
Elastic Beanstalk provides simple web interface and command line interface (CLI) that allows developers to quickly deploy and manage their applications. Developers can choose from several supported programming languages such as Java, .NET, Node.js, Python, Ruby, PHP and Go and simply upload their application code to Elastic Beanstalk. after that Elastic Beanstalk will automatically provision and configure the necessary resources such as virtual machines, load balancers and databases to run application.
Elastic Beanstalk also provides different features to help developers manage their applications including auto scaling, monitoring, logging and security. with auto scaling Elastic Beanstalk automatically scales the application up or down based on the application traffic and workload and it ensures that application always has necessary resources to handle incoming requests. developers can also monitor their application performance and health using Elastic Beanstalk console or AWS CloudWatch and can easily access log files to diagnose and troubleshoot issues. so now we have talked about Elastic Beanstalk and now let’s practically do our deployment in the video. (Push Python Flask Project to Amazon Elastic Beanstalk)