AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Developer Guide
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AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application Management Console

You can use the AWS Management Console to manage applications, application versions, and saved configurations.

To access the application management console

  1. Open the Elastic Beanstalk console.

  2. The console displays a list of all environments running in the current AWS Region, sorted by application. Choose an application name to view the management console for that application.

          The All Applications page on the Elastic Beanstalk console


    If you have many applications, use the search bar in the upper-right corner to filter the list of applications.

    The Environments page shows an overview of all environments associated with the application.

        The Environments tab of the Application page on the Elastic Beanstalk console
  3. Choose an environment by name to go to the environment management console for that environment to configure, monitor, or manage it.

    Choose Application Versions to view a list of application versions for your application.

      The Application Versions tab of the Application page on the Elastic Beanstalk console

    Here you can upload new versions, deploy an existing version to any of the application's environments, or delete old versions. See Managing Application Versions for more information about the options on this page.

  4. Choose Saved Configurations to view a list of configurations saved from running environments. A saved configuration is a collection of settings that you can use to restore an environment's settings to a previous state, or to create an environment with the same settings.

      The Saved Configurations tab of the Application page on the Elastic Beanstalk console

    See Using Elastic Beanstalk Saved Configurations for more information.