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Boot task to deploy artifacts to Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk.

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To see a list of options accepted by this task:

$ boot beanstalk -h


Sample build.boot (deploys a ring app to Elastic Beanstalk as either a war file to run in Tomcat or a docker image):

  :target-path   "target"
  :resource-paths  #{"src"}
  :dependencies '[[org.clojure/clojure "1.6.0"]
                  [adzerk/boot-beanstalk "X.Y.Z"]])

(require '[adzerk.boot-beanstalk :refer [beanstalk dockerrun]])

  web       {:serve          'my-application.core/handler}
  beanstalk {:name           "my-application"
             :version        "0.1.0-SNAPSHOT"
             :description    "My awesome application"
             :access-key     (System/getenv "AWS_ACCESS_KEY")
             :secret-key     (System/getenv "AWS_SECRET_KEY")
             :beanstalk-envs [{;; name must be unique in AWS account
                               :name "my-application-dev"
                               ;; http://<cname-prefix>
                               :cname-prefix "my-application-dev"}]})
(deftask build-tomcat
  "Build my application uberwar file."
  (comp (web) (uber) (war)))

(deftask build-docker
  "Build my application docker zip file."
  (comp (add-repo) (dockerrun) (zip)))
(deftask deploy-tomcat
  "Deploy application war file to AWS EB environment."
    beanstalk {:stack-name "64bit Amazon Linux 2014.03 v1.0.7 running Tomcat 7 Java 7"})
(deftask deploy-docker
  "Deploy application docker zip file to AWS EB environment."
    beanstalk {:stack-name "64bit Amazon Linux 2014.09 v1.0.9 running Docker 1.2.0"})

The :stack-name option may need to be updated, as Amazon changes those all the time. You can see a list of available "solution stacks" by doing:

$ boot beanstalk -l

Let's build and deploy the application!


Build the war file:

$ boot build-tomcat

and create or update Elastic Beanstalk environment:

$ boot deploy-tomcat beanstalk -f project.war -de my-application-dev


Note: Your application will need to have a Dockerfile to build the docker image. Also make sure that all the files you want to include in the image are being tracked by git. Tracked files in the project directory will be included in the zip file and uploaded to S3.

Build the docker zip file:

$ boot build-docker

and create or update Elastic Beanstalk environment:

$ boot deploy-docker beanstalk -f -de my-application-dev


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