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Category: AWS Elastic Beanstalk

Hardening the security of your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application the Well-Architected way

Hardening the security of your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application the Well-Architected way

April 7, 2022: This post has been updated with sample Elastic Beanstalk application with hardened security configurations on GitHub. Launching an application in AWS Elastic Beanstalk is straightforward. You define a name for your application, select the platform you want to run it on (for example, Ruby), and upload the source code. The default Elastic Beanstalk configuration […]

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How to Control TLS Ciphers in Your AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application by Using AWS CloudFormation

Securing data in transit is critical to the integrity of transactions on the Internet. Whether you log in to an account with your user name and password or give your credit card details to a retailer, you want your data protected as it travels across the Internet from place to place. One of the protocols […]

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New in AWS Elastic Beanstalk: Support for Federation and Instance Profiles

In September, the AWS Elastic Beanstalk team announced two new features that involve roles: support for federation and support for instance profiles. Support for federated users means that people in your organization can sign in to the AWS Management Console and manage Elastic Beanstalk using their own credentials, without having to have a IAM user […]

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