Friday, 29 June 2018

With the new update you can now access logs from the AWS Elastic Beanstalk console

As AWS Elastic Beanstalk Console supports Application Load Balancer logging you can now access logs from the application load balancer that helps in troubleshooting the issues and evaluating the traffic patterns from the AWS Elastic Beanstalk console. The access logs record the detailed information about the requests that is send to the Application load balancer. The logs contain information such as request paths, client’s IP address, server response and latencies. Access logs are disabled by default so to enable that you need to select that offers that feature that enables the access logs and Points out he S3 bucket that you want to store the logs within the configuration load balancer pager in the Amazon Elastic Beanstalk console. 

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