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Deploying and Scaling Your First Cloud Application with Amazon Lightsail

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Are you looking to move to the cloud, but aren’t sure quite where to start? Are you already using AWS, and are looking for ways to simplify some of your workflows? If you answered “yes” (or even “maybe”) to either one of those questions, this session / hands-on workshop is for you. We’re going to take you through using Amazon Lightsail, an AWS service that provides the quickest way to get started in the cloud, to deploy and scale an application on AWS.

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Deploying and Scaling Your First Cloud Application with Amazon Lightsail

  1. 1. © 2018, Amazon Web Services, Inc. or its Affiliates. All rights reserved Amazon Lightsail Workshop Deploying and scaling a Node.js app on Lightsail Mike Coleman, Developer Advocate @mikegcoleman mikegcol@amazon.com
  2. 2. Who am I •Developer Advocate for Amazon Lightsail •But, I’m not a developer •Based out of Portland, Oregon •Previous: Docker, Puppet (Labs), VMware, Microsoft, Intel, HP(E) •@mikegcoleman (but I tweet about soccer, a lot)
  3. 3. What you will learn After today you will be understand how to: • What is Amazon Lightsail • When do you choose Lightsail • Launch a monolithic application on Lightsail • Break out app components • Scale an application using snapshots and a load balancer
  4. 4. Amazon Lightsail: Cloud made easy • Bundled compute, storage, networking • Fully configured server • Low, predictable price • Intuitive, global Lightsail console • Easy growth path • Access to AWS services • Tailored API & CLI
  5. 5. What you need to set up an instance in AWS: Launch VM Attach SSD storage Manage IAM Create Security Groups Manage SSH Keys Go! Under the hood
  6. 6. Jumpstart or Build Your Own with Blueprints Preconfigured Applications and Dev Stacks Operating System Only
  7. 7. When to choose Lightsail? • Small-scale multi-tier apps • Websites • Web apps • Testing environment • Line-of-business software • Large, multi-tier applications (several dozens of instances) • Anything requiring instances that are workload optimized, highly configurable, or resource intensive • E.g., Big data analytics, High performance computing, Scientific computing • Advanced networking
  8. 8. Common Application Architectures Single-Tier / Monolithic Multi-Tier Traditional Multi-Tier Cloud-native Image Credit: Bitnami (https://bitnami.com/aws)
  9. 9. Common Application Architectures Single-Tier / Monolithic Multi-Tier Traditional Multi-Tier Cloud-native Image Credit: Bitnami (https://bitnami.com/aws) Today’s Focus
  10. 10. Node / Express Web Front End MongoDB back end Phase 1: • Deploy monolithic app into Lightsail MEAN blueprint Phase 2: • Separate front end from Database • Scale front end • Deploy a Lightsail load balancer The Application: Simple Todo List
  11. 11. Lightsail MEAN blueprint • MEAN – Mongo, Express, Angular, Node • Preconfigured Bitnami image includes • MongoDB • Node.JS • Express • AngularJS • Apache • Git • PHP • RockMongo
  12. 12. Getting our Application Running • Create Lightsail instance • Disable Apache • Create user account in Mongo • Clone Github repo • Configure application environment variables • Run the app
  13. 13. Application Architecture – Version 1 Node / Express Application MongoDB (mongodb://localhost:27017) Single Lightsail Instance http traffic Customer
  14. 14. Demo Monolithic Node App
  15. 15. Refining our application Potential issues: • Single point of failure • Responding to increasing demand • Database / web front end tied closely together Solution: • Separate database / web front end • Created multiple front end instances • Add a Lightsail load balancer
  16. 16. Application Architecture – Version 1 Node App MongoDB Single Lightsail Instance http Customer
  17. 17. What you will do •Deploy two instances •Installed and configure Mongo in one instance •Installed and configure application code in the other
  18. 18. Application Architecture – Version 2a Node App http MongoDB Customer
  19. 19. Scaling the front end with snapshots •Front end is stateless •Create Lightsail snapshot •Deploy multiple instances from snapshot •Create Lightsail load balancer •And front-end instances to Load balancer
  20. 20. Lightsail load balancers •Simplified Amazon load balancer implementation •Set up in a few clicks •Handles http / https traffic •Balances across ports 80 and 443
  21. 21. Application Architecture – Version 2b Node App http Customer MongoDBLoadBalancer Node App Node App
  22. 22. Demo Scaling the front end

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