Tuesday, 21 August 2018

You can now review configuration changes with AWS Elastic Beanstalk console

Elastic Beanstalk console can be used to review all the pending configuration option changes before implementing them on the Elastic Beanstalk application environment. Earlier, it was difficult to specify the exact list of the configuration changes that to be implemented to the environment using the Elastic Beanstalk console. This complexity use to arise because the user had to make individual changes on multiple configuration pages without any means to track the changes. But now with the new Review changes pages, you can now check the table that will showcase all the pending option changes on the configuration cards that are not implemented to the environment yet. For example, if any options are removed then a second table will appear that will show the removed options. With AWS Elastic Beanstalk you can deploy and manage the application in the AWS Cloud quickly without any need for an infrastructure to operate those applications. 

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