Deploy Spring Boot Application on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

In this blog, we are going to see how to deploy a Spring boot application on Amazon ElasticBeanstalk.

Amazon ElasticBeanstalk has a preconfigured Java environment, which could be used to deploy a Spring Boot JAR which has the servlet container inside it.

For our example, we will use maven as the build tool here.

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Build a new Web Application from scratch using Spring boot, Thymeleaf, AngularJS – Part 1

In this series of blog posts we will be building a complete responsive web application using the following tech stack :

1) Spring boot
– Spring MVC web
– Spring Data JPA
– Spring Security
2) Thymeleaf for server side templating
3) Angular JS for client side MVC ( including JS dependency management with bower)
4) Deploy the app on AWS/EBS/Heroku/Openshift

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HTTP Caching explained

We all have noticed that opening of a webpage for the first time takes some time, but the second or third time it loads faster.

This happens because whenever we visit a webpage for the first time, our browser caches the content and need not have to make a call over the network to render it.

This caching ability of the browser saves a lot of network bandwidth and helps in cutting down the server load.
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