This is an example of how Everyware Cloud can be deployed on AWS using a scalable and highly available architecture suitable for production services.
In a typical AWS deployment the following services will be used:
- AWS EKS (required)
- AWS IAM (required)
- AWS EC2 (optional)
- AWS ELB (required)
- AWS ALB (required)
- AWS VPC (required)
- AWS RDS (required)
- AWS KMS (required)
- AWS ElasticSearch (optional)
- AWS S3 (optional)
After the deployment of Everyware Cloud in your AWS account using your favorite infrastructure as code tool, you can use the same tool to list all the resources utilized by the deployment.
$ terraform show -json
Your AWS account has default service quotas that may limit your ability to launch new resources or use services.
Based on your deployment size we advise to closely review and monitor your service quotas and consider them in your business continuity or disaster recovery plan. You can find more information on how to view and manage your service quotas at the link below:
If you are experiencing issues with your deployment you can inspect the logs using the following command:
$ kubectl –n everyware-cloud get deployments $ kubectl –n everyware-cloud describe deployments … $ kubectl –n everyware-cloud get pod $ kubectl –n everyware-cloud logs -f …
Updated 21 days ago