Deploy a Java EE Application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk Using Docker ContainersGo to Lab
Permission errors in the final part of the lab: could not launch the app on beanstalk, not enough time to troubleshoot.
Could not finish lab - failed at deploying beanstalk section INFO: createEnvironment is starting. INFO: Using elasticbeanstalk-us-west-1-376272950434 as Amazon S3 storage bucket for environment data. INFO: Operation failed because the environment needs a service role. You made the call without one, and you're missing the permission to create a service-linked role for this account. Repeat the call and provide a service role. Alternatively, ask your account administrator to create the account's service-linked role, and then repeat the call. ERROR: Failed to launch environment. ERROR: Failed to launch environment.
very cool exercise. i like it.
I was not able to communicate via port 22 !!!!
eb command does not work in ec2 instance
docker containers dont start