Here are the steps I took to deploy a Grails app on AWS EC2 with Grails 2.2.3. This is a follow-up to my previous post but using EC2 instead of Elastic Beanstalk. I’m switching from Elastic Beanstalk to EC2 because EB doesn’t allow you to stop an instance and as a result you also cannot change the instance type.
Here are the steps I took to deploy a Grails app on AWS Elastic Beanstalk for the first time using the AWS Free Tier using Grails 2.2.3. Continue reading
Typically, CloudFoundry will supply Tomcat (currently version 6). Here’s how to determine if you’re packaging Tomcat with your WAR file and what version is being used in your CloudFoundry instance.
It’s been a couple of years since I did a fresh install of Ubuntu and my Grails development environment. This post provides a walk-though of the steps to install Grails and Intellij Idea on ubuntu 13.04. I’m using Xubuntu, Grails 2.2.3, Intellij Idea 10 (with Groovy & Grails support).