Configure Elastic BeanStalk's auto-scalaing group - AWS

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I've created an Elastic BealStalk's environment on my AWS. Now I need to configure its auto-scaling group. How do I do that?
Apr 16 in AWS by Ishaan
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Hey @Ishaan, follow these steps to configure your Beanstalk's auto-scaling group:

  1. Open the Elastic Beanstalk console.

  2. Navigate to the management page for your environment.

  3. Choose Configuration.

  4. On the Capacity configuration card, choose Modify.

  5. In the Auto Scaling Group section, set Min instances to 2.

  6. Choose Apply.

In step 5, I've mentioned setting min instances to 2. That is to ensure High Availability.
answered Apr 16 by Igya

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