AWS Elastic Beanstalk Deployment
Travis CI can automatically deploy your application to Elastic Beanstalk after a successful build.
To deploy to AWS Elastic Beastalk add the following to your
access-key-id: AWS Access Key ID, obtained from your AWS Console.
secret-access-key: Encrypted AWS Secret Key, obtained from your AWS Console.
region: must be the region the Elastic Beastalk application is running on, for example
app: Application name.
env: Elastic Beanstalk environment the application will be deployed to.
bucket_name: Bucket name to upload app to.
deploy: provider: elasticbeanstalk access_key_id: <access-key-id> secret_access_key: secure: "Encypted <secret-access-key>=" region: "us-east-1" app: "example-app-name" env: "example-app-environment" bucket_name: "the-target-S3-bucket"
Alternatively, use the Travis CI command line setup tool to add the deployment
travis setup elasticbeanstalk.
Creating an application without deploying it
To create an application without deploying it, add
only_create_app_version: "true" to your
zip_file: The zip file to deploy. You also need to set
skip_cleanupto prevent Travis CI deleting the zip file at the end of the build. If this is left unspecified, a zip file will be created from all the files that are part of the repository under test.
bucket_path: Location within Bucket to upload app to.
The following environment variables are available:
ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_ENV: Used if the
envkey is not set in your
ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_LABEL: Label name of the new version.
ELASTIC_BEANSTALK_DESCRIPTION: Description of the new version. Defaults to the last commit message.
Running commands before and after deploy
Sometimes you want to run commands before or after deploying. You can use
after_deploy stages for this. These will only be
triggered if Travis CI is actually deploying.
before_deploy: "echo 'ready?'" deploy: .. after_deploy: - ./after_deploy_1.sh - ./after_deploy_2.sh