Last post Oct 08, 2019 08:06 AM by Stewa11
Oct 07, 2019 05:04 PM|Stewa11|LINK
I've used Azure in the past as a Developer for a commercial company.
I thought I'd try out AWS from VS2019 ASP.NET. Mainly because I have worked with 'Resellers' who have used a mix of solutions/integration engines/hosting platforms and I have a knowledge gao around AWS.
Does anyone know of a really up to date tutorial showing a few pitfalls please?
The option to redeploy to an existing environment doesn't seem to be working.
I get to the point where Publishing says it has succeeded but nothing gets setup. The only clue is that the user isn't authorised to perform iam:GetInstanceProfile (I cant find this permission). What's a custom
AMI and a key pair anyway?
So then I tried creating a website on AWS via Elastic Beanstalk and that created a blank site but then wants a ZIP file of the solution. Which solution files will it need?
I know this is the ASP.NET forum and I am talking about AWS but I am assuming that this has been done quite a few times
Many thanks for any help.
Oct 08, 2019 02:14 AM|Fei Han - MSFT|LINK
This tutorial explained how to deploy a .NET sample application using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, please refer to it.
Besides, if you have further questions about deploy .NET application using AWS Elastic Beanstalk, please post on this forum.
Oct 08, 2019 08:06 AM|Stewa11|LINK
Hi Fei Han,
many thanks for your reply. :-)
I hope this post helps others.
I was following the tutorial and it follows the happy days scenario. There is also a reasonably useful VS2017/AWS video on YouTube.
I've managed to publish my ASP.NET core site using VS2019 by accepting all defaults apart from changing the server from midi to medium and in particular fiddling with IAM user and role security until the security group was DEFINITELY showing against the
user AND (following this post very carefully: https://github.com/ysugimoto/aws-lambda-image/issues/153) added the following JSON (I stumbled across the JSON tab):
I do wonder what the difference is between iam and lambda. I guess I will come across something. I will ask the other forum as per your suggestion.
Let me know if you believe you answered this post.
My next task will be to add database access using AWS Dynamo.
Thanks Again and Best Regards