Can we use T2 Unlimited instances in Elastic Beanstalk?

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I am trying to use T2 Unlimited instances with Elastic Beanstalk. And i don't want to configure this after the instances have launched. So, is there a way to do that in Elastic Beanstalk configuration?

Apr 26 in AWS by datageek
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It's just an idea.  Maybe you can create an IAM policy that allows the ec2 instances in your elastic beanstalk environment to modify instance credit specification and attach it to your elastic beanstalk ec2 role. Then create an Elastic Beanstalk Extension. I am not sure how to implement it though.

Check it out if this works.

answered Apr 26 by Archana
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