In 2014, Google hinted that they are running tests taking into account whether sites use secure, encrypted connections as a signal in our search ranking algorithms. This means it will affect SEO in some way. Today in the age of HTTP2, https is defualt. Default in the sense that many server software will only allow HTTP2 when https is configured.
In a previous post we discovered how can we run commands on each push and check if the test is passing against multiple versions of go. This is a continuation of the same concept. We are going to deploy our code to Elastic Beanstalk, straight from git push. Elastic Beanstalk is nothing but a wrapper around it’s EC2 infrastructure. It is a developer-centric view of deploying an application on AWS. Developers just have to push the code and Beanstalk can take care of Auto Scaling Group, Elastic Load Balancer, databases etc.