gulp-elastic-beanstalk-deploy

0.2.0 • Public • Published

gulp-elastic-beanstalk-deploy

A Gulp module for deploying to AWS Elastic Beanstalk

This plugin helps you to integrate your deployment task on the Amazon AWS Elastic Beanstalk service into gulp. Your deployment job will be more mainatainable and efficient, so that you can increase productivity.

Based on gulp-beanstalk-deploy by SeungJae Lee.

Getting Started

You can install plugin by this command:

$ npm install gulp-elastic-beanstalk-deploy

Overview

gulp.task('deploy', function(cb) {
    eb({
        // options here
    }, cb)
});

Options

A * indicates a mandatory option.

profile
  • Type: string

The AWS profile to use. This refers to an IAM user with credentials in the ~/.aws/credentials file.

accessKeyId
  • Type: string
  • Default: ~/.aws/credentials

The AWS access key id. If nothing is passed, it will use your local AWS profile credential.

secretAccessKey
  • Type: string
  • Default: ~/.aws/credentials

The AWS access secret access key. If nothing is passed, it will use your local AWS profile credential.

region *
  • Type: string

Your application region. It must be provided.

applicationName *
  • Type: string

Your application name. It must be provided.

environmentName *
  • Type: string

Your application enviroment name. It must be provided.

versionLabel
  • Type: string
  • Default: sourceBundle file name without the extension
description
  • Type: string

Your deployment description.

settings
  • Type: Array

Your environment setting parameters.

waitForDeploy
  • Type: boolean
  • Default: true
checkIntervalSec
  • Type: number
  • Default: 2sec

Interval time to check deploying status. (sec)

s3Bucket
  • Type: object
  • Default:
{
    bucket: '',    // applicationName
    key: ''        // sourceBundle basename
}
sourceBundle *
  • Type: string

Archive file path to upload. It must exists in your local file system, which means the archive file must be prepared before deployment task.

uploadOnly
  • Type: boolean
  • Default: false

Used if you want to upload a package to the application without deploying to an environment.

Usage Example

const gulp = require('gulp');
const eb = require('gulp-elastic-beanstalk-deploy');

gulp.task('deploy', function(cb) {
    eb({
        profile: 'YOUR-IAM-USER', // optional
        accessKeyId: 'YOUR-AWS-ACCESS-KEY-ID', // optional
        secretAccessKey: 'YOUR-AWS-SECRET-ACCESS-KEY', // optional
        region: 'YOUR-REGION', // required
        applicationName:'my-eb-app',
        environmentName: 'my-eb-env',
        versionLabel: '1.0.0',
        sourceBundle: './archive.zip',
        description: 'Description here'
    }, cb);
});

License

MIT

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npm i gulp-elastic-beanstalk-deploy

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