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AWS Elastic Beanstalk added support for Node.js

AWS Elastic Beanstalk service, which is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) like offering by AWS, recently added support for Node.js.

Node.js is quickly becoming a very popular for distributed and scalable web applications. Unlike traditional web applications, Node.js is its own webserver, thus negating the need for a separate webserver in the application. As the entire IO stack is written from scratch to be non-blocking and asynchronous, it gives better performance than using the typical web-application stack that contains a separate webserver like Apache.

AWS Elastic Beanstalk now allows developers to code, build, package, deploy and manage their Node.js applications in its platform. In addition to Node.js, Elastic Beanstalk also supports Java, PHP, .NET, Ruby, and Python.

More on this is listed on Amazon CTO Werner Vogels’ blog:


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WRITTEN BY Bhavesh Goswami

Bhavesh Goswami is the Founder & CEO of CloudThat Technologies. He is a leading expert in the Cloud Computing space with over a decade of experience. He was in the initial development team of Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Seattle. and has been working in the Cloud Computing and Big Data fields for over 12 years now. He is a public speaker and has been the Keynote Speaker at the ‘International Conference on Computer Communication and Informatics’. He also has authored numerous research papers and patents in various fields.



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