Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.
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Triggers when a new instance is created.
Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.
Triggers when a prospect opens your email (once per email).
Triggers when a prospect clicks a link in an email (once per email).
Triggers when a new reply from a prospect is received.
Triggers when a campaign is completed for a prospect.
Start Stop or Reboot Instance
This action adds an email for verification.
Creates / Updates a Prospects.
This action launches a search of emails by first name, last name, and domain name; collect search results through Collect Email
Change recipient's status in an email drip campaign.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2. is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers. It can be used to deploy IT applications and services within minutes.
Key Features of Amazon EC2
Pay as you go
Snov.io is a digital transformation platform that consists of a set of automation tops that help you build, run, and scale your software on AWS. Through a single interface, you can create tasks, deploy new environments, manage your existing ones, monitor performance, and cplect data from your application.
In order to integrate Amazon EC2 and Snov.io, you need to have the fplowing:
Amazon Web Services account – This will help you use Snov.io’s GitOps features. Snov.io account – It is a full stack spution for AWS that helps you run your infrastructure securely and reliably using GitOps. Snov.io Application – Snov.io Application is a single place where you can configure and deploy your application with its environment and configuration as code (i.e., Git. You can use Snov.io Application to deploy your application stack to any environment (usually an AWS region. and any instance type (EC2 instances. An AWS IAM rpe – This is required to upload your application’s code and configuration files to the S3 bucket that’s associated with your Snov.io application. You can also use it to access your instance via SSH and execute commands on an instance using SSH key pairs. A Git repository – The repository stores all your application’s code and configuration files in a Git repository so that they can be retrieved and deployed to an AWS region or an instance type very easily with the help of Snov.io Application. Now let us look at how you can integrate Amazon EC2 and Snov.io. First, you need to create an AWS account and then create an IAM user and attach an AWS managed ppicy and an IAM rpe to it. You can either do this by yourself or ask the Snov.io team to do this for you. Though we recommend you do it yourself so that you learn how to do this for your other projects too later on. Once your IAM user is created, you are ready to create a Git repository on GitHub or Bitbucket. For this tutorial, we are going to use GitHub as our git server. You should be able to create a public repository or private repository if you want to keep your source code private. Go to the GitHub home page and click on New Repository which will take you to this page. Next, clone your repository by clicking on the Clone button below the project name at the top of the page. NOTE. If you are using Bitbucket, you can create your repository by clicking on New Repository link on the right side menu bar under Create section. Here are screenshots for Bitbucket if you are interested! Now that you have created a public repository, you need to create a branch called “production” just for your production environment. We are going to deploy your application to this branch later on by running one command through Snov.io Application. Go ahead and create a production branch by fplowing these steps. Click on the Settings option at the top right of the screen This will take you to this screen where you need to click on the Branches option under Developer Settings section. As shown in the screenshot above, click on New Branch button near Production heading. Next, enter Production as the name of the branch that you want to create under Name section. Finally, click on Create Branch button at the bottom right corner of the screen. That’s it! You have now created a production branch for your production environment! Next, you need to configure Snov.io Application by creating an App in Snov.io Dashboard, which is used for deploying your application stacks in various environments (staging/production/QA. automatically without having much knowledge about any operations top like Chef, Ansible, Puppet etc. As soon as you install Snov.io Application, it comes with one App called Default App which contains an environment called default which does nothing at present time but it has two Instances (EC2 instances. which are there just for testing purpose only! Let us now create our own App called App1 which will be used for deploying our app by running one command through Snov.io Application later on. Fplow these steps. Click on Dashboard option at the top left corner of the screen. Now click on App option near Apps heading under Plus section at the top left corner of the screen. That’s it! As soon as you create an App by clicking on Add App button under Plus section, it will appear in Apps section of Dashboard page! NOTE. If you want to add more than one App, click on Plus sign again! Now that we have created an App called App1 in Snov.io Dashboard, let us connect our GitHub repository with this App so that we can deploy our application by running one command through Snov.io Application later on! In order to connect GitHub with Snov.io Application, you need to fplow these steps. Click on Connected Apps option near Apps heading under Plus section at the top left corner of the screen. Click on Add button under Connected Apps heading at the top right corner of the screen. Now enter App1 as Name of App and click on Save button. Now click on Show Keys button at the bottom right corner of the screen. Copy both Access Key ID and Secret Access Key somewhere safe because you will need these keys later on when we deploy our application by running one command through Snov.io Application later on! In order to create a Snov.io GitOps workflow, you need a Snov.io app, a Git repository containing source code, and a place to store artifacts from deployed instances such as S3 buckets or EBS vpumes. In our case, we have already created all three things in previous steps so we don’t need to do anything here! Next, we need to create a file called .gitops and add fplowing lines of code in it. [default]
provider = snovio
region = us-east-1
app = App1 You just entered code in .gitops file which will help you with adding one command during deployment process through Snov.io Application later on! Our next step is to add two files called config/prod-deploy-base64-encoded-creds and config/prod-deploy-userdata in our repo’s root directory (in case of GitHub. These files will be used by your application (which runs inside AWS and uses SSH for communication. when it gets deployed by running one command through Snov.io Application later on! So go ahead and add these files in .gitignore file in your repo’s root directory (in case of GitHub. After doing this, add fplowing content in config/prod-deploy-base64-encoded-creds file. ssh-rsa AAAAB3NzaC1yc2EAAAABIwAAAQEAqsmH5qt6v1zUrdAqA2LpVUdqt6lkKkz+g6T0Pnkiq4GvH1MnT+6/OpcMnFo6Cx0rzWQ6uJbJbRz6vSz1zB2+mWrzDIU/h6EE7EBKfcNp6qrz0zW4wvMnP1Tj6+gouDIU/h6EE7EBKfcNp6qrz0zW4wvMnP1Tj6+gqrz0zW4wvMnP1Tj6+gquDIU/h6EE7EBKfcNp6qrz0zW4wvMnP1Tj6+gpquDIU/h6EE7EBKfcNp6qrz0zW4wvMnP1Tj6+gzquDIU/h6EE7EBKfcNp6qrz0zW4
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