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Designing AWS architecture for Phoenix application

Imagine you have just finished developing your brilliant startup on Phoenix. What’s the next step? Yes, you are right. It’s time to test it and show to its first users. In the previous article, I’ve shown the way to deploy the application to an Ubuntu server, everything to one place. This way is rather good if your project’s load is not very high. But what if it grows? Then it needs to be scalable enough to handle as many customers as needed. This is where Amazon Web Services come to the scene. In this article, I will guide you through creating suitable AWS architecture for your basic Phoenix project.

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Deploying Phoenix Application to Ubuntu

Phoenix is cool, right? You’ve just created your brilliant web application and it works fine on your local machine. It’s awesome, but nobody knows about it. Stop, your friend knows, because you’ve told him in the bar a week ago and he is tied waiting to try it! Hey, it’s time to deploy the app and show it to the entire world…

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