Posted On: Apr 9, 2014
We are pleased to announce that AWS Elastic Beanstalk now supports assigning public IP addresses to EC2 instances in a VPC. This feature allows you to create Elastic Beanstalk environments in a VPC with a single public subnet. You no longer need to create a VPC with a private and public subnet, and a NAT instance.
To begin using this feature, read Launching an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application with Public Instances in a VPC. To learn more about this feature, please refer to IP Addressing in Your VPC.
For more information about AWS Elastic Beanstalk please visit the product page, read the documentation or watch this introductory video.