Running the node using AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EB) it will only install the services on a machine. This node includes a Redis database, however it is highly recommended to use AWS Elastic Cache. The are 2 EB configuration files included.
Take to following steps to install the node on EB:
Choose if you wish to run the node with or without redis. Rename the correct config file to Dockerrun.aws.json
Zip the Dockerrun.aws.json file
Create an application
Inside the created application, create an environment:
Select following settings:
Platform: Multi-container Docker
Upload the zipped file
Configure more options
Instances -> Instance type: Choose an instance with atleast 2 gb of memory (E.g. t2.small)
Software -> Environment properties:
Your wallet password
"<Your redis connection string>" (If you are running with elastic cache)
Now your node is should good to go!