In a more “traditional” situation, we have a single production environment for our application. When we want to update the application, we deploy the new version in one go. That usually includes taking the application down, copying over new binaries, and restarting the application which ultimately leads to downtime. This is where Blue-Green Deployments comes into Picture.
Check out the blog post at k21academy.com/awsdevops24, which covers:
· Overview of Blue-Green Deployments
· What is AWS Elastic Beanstalk?
· Blue-Green Deployments in Elastic Beanstalk
· Base Scenario (Use Case)
· Step by Step Elastic Beanstalk Deployment Using Blue-Green
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