Deploy a NLP Machine Learning model and app to an AWS EKS Cluster via AWS Codepipeline-Yelp Search App Part 2

This is the second part of the post series which you can find here. In the last post I described about the app and how it is built. Just to refresh, this is what we have in each of the post:
* 1st Post( old post): Overview about the application and about its underlying logic. This will be more about how the app works and the overall architecture of the whole app ecosystem
* 2nd Post (This post): In this 2nd part I will be discussing how I deployed the app on AWS S3 and AWS EKS (Elastic Kubernetes Service) cluster using Codepipeline

The limited demo of the app can be found here. It has a limited dataset included. Only demo zipcode of 61820 can be searched. For e.g: 61820 pasta.

For more details: https://amlanscloud.com/yelpseacrhapptwo/

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Amlan Chakladar

Cloud architect and DevOps engineer. Love to code and develop new stuff. A nerd by nature.

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