AWS has improved AWS Elastic Beanstalk to support three new features: ASP.NET Core, Muti-App .NET, Application Load Balancer, and Nginx Proxy Server with Tomcat.
Firstly, you may now deploy applications using ASP.NET Core on Elastic Beanstalk. You may do this through the AWS Management Console, the Elastic Beanstalk CLI, and the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio.
You also have the option to use the deployment manifest to run several .NET applications on a Windows Server environment in AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
Secondly, when building environments with Elastic Beanstalk, you may now choose between Application Load Balancer or Classic Load Balancer. The Application Load Balancer is useful for deploying applications that use Websocket protocol or HTTP/2. You can add the Application Load Balancer to an EB environment through the EN and AWS CLIs, SDKs and APIs.
Finally, you can run Tomcat applications with a Nignx proxy server in an AWS Elastic Beanstalk environment. To do this, you need to add a config file to .ebextensions in the application source bundle which you upload to Elastic Beanstalk. Note that this feature only works for platform version 2.1.5 and above. More information can be found at the documentation.
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