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Deploying using git

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git could be used to create new AWS Elastic Beanstalk Versions, EVEN IF YOUR PROJECT DOES NOT USE IT.

It works as such:

  • you call beanstalk:fast-deploy
    • it will create a bare git repository under tmp-git-staging directory
    • it will sync and commit with the contents from target/<finalName>
    • this repo will be pushed into AWS

This is the most practical way to deploy into AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Using it

Once you've made the basic setup (say, the one from this example), it as simple as:

$ mvn package beanstalk:fast-deploy

For more details, read the fast-deploy mojo docs

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See how to Manage Versions

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