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I'm testing nerddinner on aws Amazon ec2.

I have created security group (mygroup) and an Amazon ec2 instance (with security group mygroup)

I have followed the steps in this video:

After I have published an application to aws using Amazon beanstalk, I've found in aws management console that a new security group and a new ec2 instance have been added.

Why? How can I force my application to be published in the first ec2 instance that I have created?

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Elastic Beanstalk creates and manages its own servers. It won't use ones you've set up manually.

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which one i should use to achieve that(load balancing?) – user594166 May 19 '12 at 10:10

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