Install on AWS Elastic Beanstalk
To install Tideways on an AWS Elastic Beanstalk application you need to
adding two Elastic Beanstalk configuration files to your web applications
source code. If you don’t have a folder called
.ebextensions yet create it
and add the following two files.
.ebextensions/10_tideways_repo.config to configure the location of the Tideways packages from our YUM repository:
files: "/etc/yum.repos.d/tideways.repo": mode: "000644" content: | [tideways] name = Tideways baseurl = https://packages.tideways.com/yum-packages-main commands: 01_tideways_repo_gpg: command: "rpm --import https://packages.tideways.com/key.gpg ignoreErrors: true 02_tideways_repo_makecache: command: "yum makecache --disablerepo=* --enablerepo=tideways" ignoreErrors: true
.ebextensions/20_tideways_install.config which installs the packages and configures the PHP extension.
Don’t forget that you need to put the API key of your Tideways project into the tideways.api_key instead of the placeholder.
packages: yum: tideways-php:  tideways-daemon:  files: "/etc/php.d/40-tideways.ini" : mode: "000755" owner: root group: root content: | extension=tideways.so tideways.api_key=API KEY HERE
Now create a new source package or use the EB-CLI to deploy the new version via Git and your application should start using Tideways after the next deployment.
Info: Two files are necessary, because Elastic Beanstalk processes the
files`and `commands, so that it would try to install the packages before adding the repository source if you merge them together into one file.