Installing the AWS Elastic Beanstalk CLI
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Hello and Welcome to this video where I'm going to show you how to install Amazon Web Services Elastic Beanstalk Command line interface. So to get started. You need to download python. I'm using version 3.7 from python.org so we'll go ahead and install this. So you'll see, there's 2 options. One install now which is to install for the current user and you can choose to customize. The installation so for the purposes of this demonstration. I'm going to customize the installation. But first we're going to check the box to add the path. To the python 3.7 binaries. So it will take the default settings here. And then advanced options were going to choose install for all users you'll see how the installation location changed. To know that's installed will open PowerShell to finish the installation to the first thing to do is check the version of python. We've installed and make sure that we can actually execute Python. So, there, we have python 3.7, .2, deployed so to install the elastic Beanstalk CLI. We need to use pip which is a package management module for python. So let's just check that pip is installed as well, and there, you see we've got version 18.1. So now we use pip to install the AWS elastic Beanstalk CLI and we use the upgrade option. So now that's finished deploying. We can issue a simple command to ensure that the CLI has installed correctly. And there, you'll see that we've got version 3.14, .10 installed. Thank you for watching this video.