Deploy a Java EE Application on AWS Elastic Beanstalk Using Docker Containers

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Enrique De Diego

Docker container ID was expressed as 64 characters in the first part of the lab but then later was expressed as the shorter 12 character version which is sufficient for identifying the container within our environment

Enrique D. · Reviewed about 9 hours ago

Joe Mansfield

Joe M. · Reviewed about 12 hours ago

Atsushi Umakatsu

Atsushi U. · Reviewed 2 days ago

Brian Adams

Brian A. · Reviewed 4 days ago

Vaibhav Pandey

eb command didn't work/need to check the environment again.

Vaibhav P. · Reviewed 6 days ago

Alan Markey

Alan M. · Reviewed 6 days ago

Bart Castle

Bart C. · Reviewed 7 days ago

Jerry Chen

Jerry C. · Reviewed 8 days ago

Sergej Karssen

Sergej K. · Reviewed 10 days ago

Sergey Porokhin

Could not follow the lab after going to Elastic Beanstalk console. It didn't show my app.

Sergey P. · Reviewed 10 days ago

Balaraju Kothapalli

Great...

Balaraju K. · Reviewed 11 days ago

Michael Habib

Michael H. · Reviewed 11 days ago

Estan Low

Estan L. · Reviewed 12 days ago

Bryan Martin

Bryan M. · Reviewed 12 days ago

Ben Turkett

Instructions were god awful. From step 58 on I couldn't do anything. Had to figure out how to get out of the file creation myself then got invalid json file errors and couldn't continue with the lab.

Ben T. · Reviewed 14 days ago

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