Configure Elastic BeanStalk Environment - AWS

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I've created an Elastic BeanStalk environment. How do I configure it now?
Apr 16 in AWS by Neha
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What do you want to configure?
I'm basically trying to add a security group. How do i do that?

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To add a security group using the Elastic Beanstalk console

  1. Open the Elastic Beanstalk console.

  2. Navigate to the management page for your environment.

  3. Choose Configuration.

  4. On the Instances configuration card, choose Modify.

  5. Under EC2 security groups, choose the security group to attach to the instances, in addition to the instance security group that Elastic Beanstalk creates.

  6. Choose Apply.

  7. Read the warning, and then chose to Confirm.

answered Apr 16 by Neel

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