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EC2Deploy and the Cloud Tools Maven plugin are now available

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I’m pleased to announce that EC2Deploy – a Groovy-based framework for deploying Java EE applications to Amazon EC2 – is now available as part of the Cloud Tools open source project.

There are three main parts to Cloud Tools:

  • The EC2Deploy framework
  • Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that are configured to run Tomcat and work with EC2Deploy
  • A Maven plugin that uses EC2Deploy to deploy a web application to EC2

I’m especially excited about the Maven plugin. Once you have configured the plugin for your web application you can use the following goals:

  • cloudtools:deploy – launch the EC2 instances and deploy the web application
  • cloudtools:redeploy – redeploy the web application (upload the changes and restart tomcat)
  • cloudtools:jmeter – run a Jmeter test
  • cloudtools:stop – stop the EC2 instances

Cloudtools is still work in progress but it let’s you deploy a web application on EC2 in just a few minutes.  To learn more go to Cloud Tools.

Rajesh Kumar