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Getting Started With Your .NET App on AWS – Part 2 Deploy

awslogoOnce you have set up AWS for your .NET application, you can now prepare Elastic Beanstalk and then deploy your own code.

About AWS Beanstalk

When you want a web app on AWS that can just run without having to manage the operating system, you want AWS Beanstalk. It can be Internet facing or it can be a worker without facing the Internet.

You simply upload your application, and Elastic Beanstalk automatically handles the details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and application health monitoring. Elastic Beanstalk uses highly reliable and scalable services that are available in the AWS Free Tier.

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Getting Started With Your .NET App on AWS – Part 1 Setup

awslogoAWS has many services. AWS provides nearly 100 services: many types of virtual servers, several types of storage services, ways for you to build and deploy your application on virtual networks. machine learning.

For our simple web application, in this series I’ll start with AWS Elastic Beanstalk. But you can also deploy .NET applications to AWS Lamdba for serverless apps or to Docker Containers on ECS. AWS supports the AWS Management Console or Git or Eclipse or Visual Studio to upload the application. This walkthrough will use Visual Studio.

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