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AWS is the platform-as-a-service offering provided by Amazon and designed to leverage Amazon leverages AWS services such as Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). There is no additional charge for Elastic Beanstalk - you pay only for the AWS resources needed to store and run your applications.Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Review!AWS Elastic Beanstalk is a great tool to use for supercharging the speed to deploy basic applications that are fine running in fairly generic, but high-quality configurations. In using ELB, most of the complicated tasks of server setup are performed by AWS, so your developers are able to focus their efforts on developing your application and less time worrying about how to configure the deployment.,Removes tedious, error-prone work from team focus for server configuration and environment setup. AWS creates new stacks when underlying software requires security updates, or frameworks release new versions. Greatly improves speed-to-production for many applications. Free resource on top of AWS; it costs nothing additional to use Elastic Beanstalk over the cost of the underlying instances and resources.,Limited to the frameworks and configurations that AWS supports. There is no native way to use Elastic Beanstalk to deploy a Go application behind Nginx, for example. It's not always clear what's changed on an underlying system when AWS updates an EB stack; the new version is announced, but AWS does not say what specifically changed in the underlying configuration. This can have unintended consequences and result in additional work in order to figure out what changes were made.,8,Elastic Beanstalk removes countless hours from development team responsibility, freeing up those resources to instead focus on building the products that our customers want to use. As a business that is already embedded into using EC2 instances, it's essentially free to leverage the work that AWS performs on configuring the Elastic Beanstalk stacks. With Elastic Beanstalk, while there is still a responsibility to ensure that applications can work with updated underlying dependencies, it's much easier when AWS handled the heavy lifting of updating the stacks.,Heroku, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Microsoft Azure and Google App Engine,Redis, Twilio SMS, Azure SQL DatabaseMore like FANTASTIC Beanstalk!We use Elastic Beanstalk as a quick and easy way to implement test environments in our development process. It allows us to quickly configure deployment scenarios and do testing that would otherwise take ages to set up with traditional in-house server technologies. We can easily scale up and down and test our apps against a true to life deployment configuration. It is only used by the development team.,Extremely easy to get set up and get apps deployed. Integrates really well with existing build processes and is manageable through a suite of CLI tools. It is very easy to scale up. The documentation is exceptionally detailed and covers a very wide range of deployment scenarios.,The product is generally very good, but if there is one thing I'd improve it is the web-based user interface for managing instances.,10,Greatly reduced time in setting up and deploying test environments has saved a lot of hours and money. Near-zero maintenance means that we don't spend any time tending to servers, the app containers just work. The initial learning curve is a little steep to get services hosted in Elastic Beanstalk talking to external services like Redis, MongoDB, etc; but once one understands the pattern, development is a breeze. The command line interface has enabled us to build many utility scripts that simplify our development workflow, thereby saving time.,Heroku and Microsoft Azure,Trello, Slack, PaperTrail, MongoDBAWS Elastic Beanstalk - Scales as advertisedI used this as a backend hosting solution for my portfolio. I was looking to dive deeper into AWS solutions and this was a fairly easy way to do so with little upfront knowledge. I was looking at alternatives to hosting my site on another service's linux hosting solution and opted to give this try.,Scales well Easy to spin up CLI tools are great,Documentation was either lacking or too complicated for a beginner The act of removing an instance took me several days to be sure it was actually removed and I wouldn't get billed for it Billing information and estimates are hard to follow,9,I was able to successfully host a SPA web app It took me much longer to host a SPA using node than I originally thought Overall it was a great learning experience and I would consider it again,Heroku,Heroku,1,,Quick deployment of web apps Less worry about downtime of web apps More insight into usage analytics of web app,Successfully got a SPA web app deployed in a relatively short amount of time. Expected more frustration than there was,May look into this as a solution for high traffic web apps,1,No,Price Product Usability Product Reputation,I’d like a more established build pipeline to be able to support the ongoing builds and deployments to the instances,Implemented in-house,No,Change management was minimal,Statically hosting and referencing assets on another AWS service from the build step took some playing with Environmental variables were difficult to get working correctly,7,9,No,I once got great help from the AWS team in regards to a lambda Alexa skill I was having issues with. Very quick resolution,The CLI makes it easy to get started The configure file is pretty straightforward,Billing estimation seems hard to determine Tutorials were a must to get started and feel somewhat confident,8AWS Elastic Beanstalk must be used to deploy and manage Customer applicationsWe used AWS Beanstalk for our Global Client in Telecom Domain. In our customer environment Elastic Beanstalk,(hereafter EB) we can quickly deploy and manage Customer applications in the AWS Cloud without sizing of the infrastructure that runs those applications. AWS EB reduces management complexity without restricting choice or control. We simply upload customer application, and EB will automatically handle the details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and application health monitoring.,load balancing, monitoring dynamic capacity provision,need to create some easy step to deploy the BS in production environment. where data and application are mission critcical,8,till now we had not Calculated ROI as the project is still evolving and we had to keep on changing the environment implementation it meets our purpose of quick deployment as compared to on-premises deployment till now we look good as we also controlled our expenses which increased suddenly in the middle of deployment activity,AWS LambdaAmazon's Giant BeanstalkWe use Beanstalk across our entire organization. It has tremendously helped us stay current, scale to necessary size, and deploy web based content and applications. Being cloud based is a huge bonus, due to its always-on nature and failsafes pout in place to ensure the safety, reliability and availability of our content and data. It has been instrumental.,Cost effective Scalable and reliable LOADS of features,AWS as a whole can be intimidating, or hard to learn Additional complexities are added at times due to nature of AWS/Cloud,8,Easy to use cost estimators and hard-stop tools make it easy to manage the budget and keep your intended ROI in sight. AWS easy to understand billing gives you further insight into your application space's overall cost and productivity.,Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), ConnectWise Control (formerly ScreenConnect), Symantec Endpoint Protection
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June 06, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk: "Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Review!"

Score 8 out of 10
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AWS Elastic Beanstalk is a great tool to use for supercharging the speed to deploy basic applications that are fine running in fairly generic, but high-quality configurations. In using ELB, most of the complicated tasks of server setup are performed by AWS, so your developers are able to focus their efforts on developing your application and less time worrying about how to configure the deployment.
  • Removes tedious, error-prone work from team focus for server configuration and environment setup.
  • AWS creates new stacks when underlying software requires security updates, or frameworks release new versions.
  • Greatly improves speed-to-production for many applications.
  • Free resource on top of AWS; it costs nothing additional to use Elastic Beanstalk over the cost of the underlying instances and resources.
  • Limited to the frameworks and configurations that AWS supports. There is no native way to use Elastic Beanstalk to deploy a Go application behind Nginx, for example.
  • It's not always clear what's changed on an underlying system when AWS updates an EB stack; the new version is announced, but AWS does not say what specifically changed in the underlying configuration. This can have unintended consequences and result in additional work in order to figure out what changes were made.
Elastic Beanstalk is a great fit for a product that's already open to using Amazon Web Services, but has a team that does not want to work with environment setup. Furthermore, it's really only a fit for situations where the configuration needed from the team fits within a stack that Elastic Beanstalk offers. Even if you're interested in using one of the stacks they do support, you have more ability to modify configurations if you're handling all the setup and configuration on your own.
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May 29, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "More like FANTASTIC Beanstalk!"

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We use Elastic Beanstalk as a quick and easy way to implement test environments in our development process. It allows us to quickly configure deployment scenarios and do testing that would otherwise take ages to set up with traditional in-house server technologies. We can easily scale up and down and test our apps against a true to life deployment configuration. It is only used by the development team.
  • Extremely easy to get set up and get apps deployed.
  • Integrates really well with existing build processes and is manageable through a suite of CLI tools.
  • It is very easy to scale up.
  • The documentation is exceptionally detailed and covers a very wide range of deployment scenarios.
  • The product is generally very good, but if there is one thing I'd improve it is the web-based user interface for managing instances.
AWS Elastic Beanstalk is very well suited to scenarios where an application uses a distributed service architecture that relies on multiple server instances and where reliability, scalability, and ease of maintenance are critical points. It excels in simplifying the deployment and staging process; and given the depth of documentation and good resources around the product, is a quick solution to the hard problem. In situations where large monolithic applications need to be hosted, there are more suitable platforms that provide virtual machines.
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June 21, 2018

Review: "AWS Elastic Beanstalk - Scales as advertised"

Score 9 out of 10
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I used this as a backend hosting solution for my portfolio. I was looking to dive deeper into AWS solutions and this was a fairly easy way to do so with little upfront knowledge. I was looking at alternatives to hosting my site on another service's linux hosting solution and opted to give this try.
  • Scales well
  • Easy to spin up
  • CLI tools are great
  • Documentation was either lacking or too complicated for a beginner
  • The act of removing an instance took me several days to be sure it was actually removed and I wouldn't get billed for it
  • Billing information and estimates are hard to follow
The CLI made getting started incredibly easy. Tutorials made it fairly simple to get up and running without too much fuss. That said, it can be a very complicated solution if all you need is a basic hosting platform. However, it can scale out rapidly and does this amazingly well.
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November 30, 2017

Review: "AWS Elastic Beanstalk must be used to deploy and manage Customer applications"

Score 8 out of 10
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We used AWS Beanstalk for our Global Client in Telecom Domain. In our customer environment Elastic Beanstalk,(hereafter EB) we can quickly deploy and manage Customer applications in the AWS Cloud without sizing of the infrastructure that runs those applications. AWS EB reduces management complexity without restricting choice or control. We simply upload customer application, and EB will automatically handle the details of capacity provisioning, load balancing, scaling, and application health monitoring.
  • load balancing,
  • monitoring
  • dynamic capacity provision
  • need to create some easy step to deploy the BS in production environment. where data and application are mission critcical
Application health monitoring is well suited as I am very happy with its performance. I don't face a major challenge as of now; still struggling to learn a lot about the EBS feature.
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January 30, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "Amazon's Giant Beanstalk"

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We use Beanstalk across our entire organization. It has tremendously helped us stay current, scale to necessary size, and deploy web based content and applications. Being cloud based is a huge bonus, due to its always-on nature and failsafes pout in place to ensure the safety, reliability and availability of our content and data. It has been instrumental.
  • Cost effective
  • Scalable and reliable
  • LOADS of features
  • AWS as a whole can be intimidating, or hard to learn
  • Additional complexities are added at times due to nature of AWS/Cloud
Scenario where Beanstalk would be well suited is when a developer wants to push multiple versions or updates to an application - with its lightening fast configuration and deployment options. There is also a host of automation tools in place to assist. AWS Beanstalk would be less useful (or where it falls short) is if you make frequent changes and have stored old versions - there's a limit for that, that some may not know about until they hit it.
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January 24, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "Scalable EBS"

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We primarily use AWS Elastic Beanstalk (EBS) for client production websites. The EBS is set up to autoscale, so it works well for when our client's site traffic spikes. Additionally, our development team uses the Atlassian Bamboo to build and deploy to EBS.
  • Scalability: The ability to autoscale based on traffic helps with availability and overall cost.
  • Atlassian Bamboo third-party integration: EBS integrates well with the Atlassian tools. Once our DevOps team sets up the EBS environments and the Bamboo CI, our developers and QA team will be see the changes without the need to log into AWS and deploy the updates manually.
  • Amazon RDS: The RDS can be set up as a part of the EBS configuration or separately. This process to connect a separate RDS or external DB can be challenging, mainly due to security groups and permissions.
  • Application Bundle: When updating an EBS, an application bundle needs to be created. The application bundle is a ZIP file of the entire website. This would be bothersome if you only need to change one code file. But if this file is part of a website that was built on a multi-file/folder framework, you will be required to zip the entire site and push the zip file to an an S3 bucket for deployment. Single file updates are not possible.
Suited: Sites using a server side scripting engine like PHP and will experience bandwidth spikes due to press releases or campaigns. The scalability will help in keeping the overall monthly costs down.

Not Suited: Sites that do not need a server side scripting engine. It would be less expensive and more efficient to use AWS Cloudfront.
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April 11, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk: "Elastic Beanstalk Review"

Score 10 out of 10
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We use Elastic Beanstalk to deploy Node.js applications. In the past, we had to provision a server and then determine capacities. Now all of that worry is gone. Just upload and go! I love it. Now when we are asked to determine max load of the "system" we can pretty much just say, unlimited.
  • Fast to deploy
  • Easy to get up and running
  • Easy to manage
  • Command line interface could be easier, but it still works.
  • Documentation could be better
This is great for small services and applications that need to have up-time availability or are business critical. Pretty much everything that you have on the one computer in the corner (You know the one. It was a leftover computer that turned into a dev/testing box, then became the production utility box) Yeah, everyone does that at least once.... Put ALL of those projects into elastic beanstalk now.
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May 01, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "Solid cloud offering for web applications"

Score 9 out of 10
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We're using AWS Elastic Beanstalk to manage web applications on AWS. Our whole organization's infrastructure is deployed and managed using it. Our back-end is primarily node.js with some React. We use Elastic Beanstalk for the suite of its services including provisioning, load balancing, scaling and health monitoring.
  • Excellent deployment, balancing, version control and scaling.
  • Solid integration with other AWS services.
  • Great for easily setting up and monitoring multiple parallel environments (dev, staging, prod)
  • Works better for one app in an instance. Multiple apps gets trickier.
  • Deployments sometimes fail.
Perfect for deploying and managing single-container apps, quickly, easily and reliably. Scales and balances very well. Works well with our Node.js environment. It is also easy to set up multiple environments per app.

It is not a perfect fit if you're deploying multiple apps in one instance.
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February 15, 2018

Review: "AWS Elastic Beanstalk makes deployment and scaling easy"

Score 8 out of 10
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I used Elastic Beanstalk for my social networking application, Pindigo. It is a Node application I built it in my free time that serves a user base of roughly 2k users. Elastic Beanstalk allowed me to deploy my application with little configuration and effort.
  • Auto-scaling
  • Load-balancing
  • Provisioning
  • I wish the storage configuration was a little more intuitive. It would be nice to get up and running without having to learn about S3 first.
  • Interface isn't as streamlined or intuitive as it probably could be.
Elastic Beanstalk is perfect for getting an application deployed with little effort. It is less suitable for applications that do not require load balancing or auto-scaling. An AWS EC2 or Lightsail instance would be more appropriate for such needs.
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February 06, 2018

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "the.worst.service.ever"

Score 2 out of 10
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We started using this service because we needed high reliability and good support. So we began hosting our app with it immediately
  • Readily available environments
  • server crashed and reset, losing our files, within the first week, and again later
  • support was a minimum of $27 and they did not give a response as to why the server reset
  • the most unreliable hosting i've ever used in more than 10 years of web development
  • all amazon's services are over-thought in nature
We were under the impression that this was a reliable service, but our experience is exactly the opposite of that.
Bottom line, if you want support that gets back with you in less than 24 hours, do not use these people.
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January 30, 2018

"AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review"

Score 9 out of 10
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I'm using AWS Elastic Beanstalk to deploy and manage my personnel web application. The free tier is amazing if you want to try it out, as Amazon provides fair free tier usage, so that you can try it out without paying anything. You just need to be careful about the traffic.
  • Elastic Beanstalk is a great product that provides tools for running your web application in few simple steps.
  • It works on top of the AWS EC2 and provides autoscaling, logging, monitoring for you out of the box.
  • Its security features are great, for those who are looking for it.
  • Their help and support is exceptional.
  • It has so many options and packages, that it is overwhelming for a newcomer.
  • I don't like the dynamic attribution of security groups: the names are random, so it's hard to understand what is going on.
  • The only disadvantage of using EBS is that the instance that gets setup as a part of the EBS environment isn't customizable since the users do not have access to that instance.
It is a fantastic solution if you take the time to learn what is behind it. Look into what you can do with Elastic Beanstalk extensions in particular - they are incredibly effective. Since I've used it mostly for deploying basic PHP applications, I can recommend that it is a very useful service for those purposes. It might not be the best thing to use for something that needs customized services to run on your server.
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October 24, 2017

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "I am happy with my beans!"

Score 8 out of 10
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Elastic Beanstalk has been around for some time, but it never caught our eye until we started using AWS CodePipeline.
Currently, we use Elastic Beanstalk (EBS) to run applications on our pipeline. Each stage (dev, perf, prod) has its own set of servers defined under EBS. Our current solution is working very well with CodePipeline.
  • Fits perfectly in our infrastructure. CodeCommit, CodePipeline, and AWS BeanStalk, work in perfect harmony.
  • Easy to change deployment configurations. If I need more servers in my EBS, I just change configurations, and with a click of a button I get more servers. For example, moving from nano instances to micro, or simply adding/deleting more servers.
  • Better security, and upgrade. I usually get small notifications of software/OS updates, and if I choose to, I can simply redeploy my application on an upgraded system.
  • Different upgrade strategies. I haven't tested all [of them], but the current one has the transactional type capability, where if my deployment fails, it falls back to the previous stable one.
  • Difficult to understand. No matter how cute and easy the AWS videos sound, I find it difficult to understand. There are just too many configurations.
  • EBS is free, but you pay for the resources. Problem is, I end up using more resources, thus paying more.
  • They could work on their logging system a bit more. I would love more dashboard metrics in logging, and an easier way to look at logs.
  • An option to make the default URL more friendly. I am forced now to use Route 53 to get a more friendly DNS name, but would have loved if they would have provided a better name to begin with. There are long random strings which could go away.
- It works perfectly with other AWS resources like CodeCommit, CodePipeline. If you are working in an AWS environment, this is a MUST.
- Once you understand how it works, you can use it to easily scale and manage your application.
- It certainly is better than its competitors.

- More AWS resources to manage. Great! Though AWS is easy, with so many options, it is getting tiring to learn more new AWS stuff. So be careful, EBS isn't hard, but isn't easy either.
- If you have a single server, you don't need it.
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February 15, 2017

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "Simple and powerful application deployment and scaling"

Score 8 out of 10
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We have an API server that gets millions of requests every day and we needed a system that makes our deployments easier and our app server scalable depending on certain load conditions. Even though we had some downtime using Elastic Beanstalk, we were successful in setting up highly scalable deployments. A silly mistake caused this and had us require a lot of work and consultation with AWS support in order to fix it. After couple of changes to our EB configurations we have achieved finally higher scalability.
  • One can deploy their application from project archive or as docker container
  • With almost no setup you can easily have a failover, load balanced cluster on AWS
  • Through the Elastic Beanstalk console one can manage all your environments without an issue
  • Status reporting can be improved. Sometimes there are some false errors that pops up while doing an active deployment.
  • It's more expensive than their competitors
  • Lack of opensource APIs
It's best suited for large applications that get variable load and traffic. It's simple to click and configure; scaling options are extremely powerful. It's very useful for companies of any size as it gives a nice and clear overview of application deployment status that even a non-tech person can understand.
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October 31, 2016

AWS Elastic Beanstalk Review: "Amazon - never ceases to Amaze us!"

Score 8 out of 10
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AWS Elastic beanstalk makes it very easy for us to deploy the NodeJs applications which we create as part of any project instantly and this enables us to start using Node server without installing any required dependencies on cloud. Also when JAVA REST APIs are developed, the AWS Elastic beanstalk makes it extremely easy to deploy on the server, helping us with setting up environment time.
  • Supports multiple popular languages to be deployed easily and helps in saving developers' time.
  • Helps in scaling and load balancing based on the number of requests it is handling.
  • Provides a neat monitoring system for the servers running along with the access to the logs which can also be downloaded if required.
  • Can include more languages to be deployed (say Erlang) and not only popular languages.
  • Issues in packaging large applications, say more than 2GB to be frequently deployed by uploading the packages to quickly test something.
  • Takes considerable amount of time to just deploy simple applications on Elastic Beanstalk, can be frustrating for developers.
Great for any quick deployment of any application spanning across multiple technologies without need of setting it up manually and deploying it manually and the application is based on micro services which are stateless. Not appropriate if the application is not standalone and is interacting with other servers, say high availability systems.
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April 19, 2016

User Review: "AWS Elastic Beanstalk"

Score 9 out of 10
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It is the main tool that we to deploy our website. We host our main back-end server as well as host our database. In addition, I have deployed many personal applications on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. It's incredibly easy to deploy, build, and scale, and I plan to use it for all my future projects. The speed and reliability are top notch and I would recommend it over a product such as Heroku.
  • Easy to deploy. It's incredibly easy to build a war file and deploy it to Elastic Beanstalk. It's painless to iterate on our product in this aspect.
  • Easy to scale. It takes only a short amount of time to do any upgrades to a server. The longest part is to back everything up, but it has only been a safety feature and never actually needed.
  • Easy to monitor. We are able to track performance with a simple dashboard and message/email alerts if an alarm is ever triggered.
  • How to more easily integrate with other other AWS services. There are plenty out there, but it's not quite as seamless as I feel like it should be to mix and match products.
  • Make backing up easier when scaling the server. It took quite a bit of time to make sure we had everything set up in case something went wrong.
  • When you are first starting to use AWS, the dashboard can be very intimidating. There are countless products all with names that aren't very indicative of what they actually do.
AWS Elastic Beanstalk is definitely the best when trying to build large applications. It has the flexibility to start out small and reduce costs, but then it can easily be scaled and parsed out so that it can handle countless users. I believe that Netflix even recently started using AWS as it's solution. The times when it is less appropriate is if you are wanting to create a very simple website, are not trying to grow your website, or are very inexperienced with software development. You don't need a power drill when a hammer will do.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Ease of building user interfaces (8)
7.6
Scalability (15)
9.5
Platform management overhead (14)
6.3
Workflow engine capability (11)
7.5
Platform access control (14)
8.7
Services-enabled integration (15)
8.2
Development environment creation (15)
8.6
Development environment replication (15)
8.1
Issue monitoring and notification (14)
7.5
Issue recovery (13)
6.7
Upgrades and platform fixes (13)
8.4

About AWS Elastic Beanstalk

AWS is the platform-as-a-service offering provided by Amazon and designed to leverage Amazon leverages AWS services such as Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).

There is no additional charge for Elastic Beanstalk - you pay only for the AWS resources needed to store and run your applications.

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Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
Entry-level set up fee?No

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