I'm thinking of using Elastic Beanstalk (which uses EC2).
Will I receive a dedicated IP address?
Is an Elastic IP a dedicated IP?
I do not want to share an IP with other people.
on 03/25/2012 – Made popular on 03/25/2012
I had a site running on elastic beanstalk and sent out the url for demonstration purposes. That site has now moved out of elastic beanstalk to a plain Amazon EC2 instance. I would like to keep the same url so that anyone I previously sent the link to will still be able to access the site. Is it possible to automatically redirect the elastic beanstalk domain to my EC2 instance?
I have a couple of sites that I want to move to Amazon EC2. All the sites uses ssl so it needs to have a dedicated ip address to each one.
My question is: Even if I host all the sites in the same instance, do I need to get one elastic ip for each site?
I'm working on a Drupal application, which is planned to be hosted in Amazon Elastic Beanstalk environment. Basically, Elastic Beanstalk enables the application to scale automatically by starting additional web server instances based on predefined rules. The shared database is running on an Amazon RDS instance, which all instances can access properly.