# Deploying Sample application using Spring-boot on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

# Deploying sample application using Spring-boot in Jar format on AWS

  • Create a sample application using spring-boot from [spring-boot initializer](https://start.spring.io/) site.
  • Import the code in your local IDE and run the goal as **clean install spring-boot:run -e**
  • Go to target folder and check for the jar file.
  • Open your Amazon account or create a new Amazon Account and select for the Elastic Beanstalk as shown in the below [image](http://i.stack.imgur.com/TEys0.png).
  • Create a new web server environment as shown in below [figure](http://i.stack.imgur.com/R9Xh2.png).
  • Select the Environment type as Java for **JAR** file deployment for Spring-boot, if you are planning to deploy as a **WAR** file, it should be selected as tomcat as shown in below [figures](http://i.stack.imgur.com/0AIjj.png). [figure2](http://i.stack.imgur.com/fDWVZ.png)

  • Select with Default configuration's upon clicking next next ...
  • Once you complete the default configuration's, in the overview screen the JAR file can be uploaded and deployed as shown in the figures. [uploadanddeploy](http://i.stack.imgur.com/SRUap.png) [deploy](http://i.stack.imgur.com/pasDz.png)

  • Once the Deployment is successful (5 -10 minutes for the first time) you can hit the context url as shown in the figure below. [contexturl](http://i.stack.imgur.com/p68LF.png)

  • Result is as shown below,it should work as same as with your local env.
  • Env (opens new window)

    1. Please find my Github URL (opens new window)