How to make an application private on AWS Elastic Beanstalk?

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I know that by default an application deployed in Elastic Beanstalk is public. How can I make it private so not everybody can access it?

Oct 25, 2018 in AWS by datageek
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Like you said by default, your application is available publicly at for anyone to access. You can use Amazon VPC to provision a private, isolated section of your application in a virtual network that you define. This virtual network can be made private through specific security group rules, network ACLs, and custom route tables. You can also easily control what other incoming traffic, such as SSH, is delivered or not to your application servers by changing the EC2 security group settings.

answered Oct 25, 2018 by Archana
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