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# Right-click the Cloud node and select Add Cloud. The Add Cloud Provider dialog opens.
# Right-click the Cloud node and select Add Cloud. The Add Cloud Provider dialog opens.
# Select Amazon Beanstalk as the Cloud Provider. Give the Beanstalk provider an arbitrary name, such as MyBeanstalk. Enter your key and secret key. [[Image:Register.png]]
# Select Amazon Beanstalk as the Cloud Provider. Give the Beanstalk provider an arbitrary name, such as MyBeanstalk. Enter your key and secret key. [[Image:Register.png]]
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# Click through the rest of the wizard. NetBeans IDE mounts your existing Amazon Beanstalk Tomcat environments as running Tomcat servers. You can deploy Tomcat-compliant web applications to those servers. <br>[[Image:Servers.png]]
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# Click through the rest of the wizard. NetBeans IDE mounts your existing Amazon Beanstalk Tomcat environments as running Tomcat servers. <br>[[Image:Servers.png]]<br>
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You can deploy Tomcat-compliant web applications to existing EBS environments as you would deploy an application to any server. For a new web application, select one of the EBS servers when you create the application. For an existing web application, open the project's Run properties and select one of the EBS servers.
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==Creating a New Elastic Beanstalk Environment==

Revision as of 17:40, 24 April 2012

NetBeans 7.2 introduces support for Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Service (EBS). Provide the IDE with your Amazon Web Services authentication details, and you can deploy web applications directly to the Amazon Cloud. NetBeans IDE automatically mounts existing EBS environments. You can create a new EBS environment when you deploy a web application to EBS.

Registering Elastic Beanstalk Service in NetBeans IDE

Register Elastic Beanstalk Service in the IDE's Services window as a Cloud provider.

  1. Open the IDE's Services window. (Window > Services or Ctrl-5)
  2. Right-click the Cloud node and select Add Cloud. The Add Cloud Provider dialog opens.
  3. Select Amazon Beanstalk as the Cloud Provider. Give the Beanstalk provider an arbitrary name, such as MyBeanstalk. Enter your key and secret key. Image:Register.png
  4. Click through the rest of the wizard. NetBeans IDE mounts your existing Amazon Beanstalk Tomcat environments as running Tomcat servers.
    Image:Servers.png

You can deploy Tomcat-compliant web applications to existing EBS environments as you would deploy an application to any server. For a new web application, select one of the EBS servers when you create the application. For an existing web application, open the project's Run properties and select one of the EBS servers.

Creating a New Elastic Beanstalk Environment

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