beanstalker.region: AWS Region to Use e.g.
beanstalker.serverId: Server Id e.g.
myaccount(see AWS Configuration)
beanstalk.cnamePrefix: cnamePrefix of the environment (sans the
beanstalk.environmentName: Environment Name
beanstalk.solutionStack: Solution Stack e.g.
64bit Amazon Linux running Tomcat 7
Most of those exist given their common occurrence OR the existence of Spaces, making it difficult to map as an ordinary AWS Configuration Option Name. In general, they're mapped as 'beanstalk.env.aws.namespace.something.then.OptionName', but those below are aliased:
beanstalk.keyName: EC2 Key Name to use (aws:autoscaling:launchconfiguration/EC2KeyName)
beanstalk.applicationHealthCheckURL: Health Check URL e.g.
/services/api/v1/health/check(aws:elasticbeanstalk:application/Application Health Check URL)
beanstalk.automaticallyTerminateUnhealthyInstances: Automatically Terminate Unhealthy Instances (aws:elasticbeanstalk:monitoring/Automatically Terminate Unhealthy Instances)
beanstalk.iamInstanceProfile: IAM Instance Profile Role Name (aws:autoscaling:launchconfiguration/IAMInstanceProfile)
beanstalk.instanceType: EC2 Instance Type e.g.
beanstalk.environmentType: Set to
SingleInstanceto use Single Instance instead of ELB (aws:elasticbeanstalk:environment/EnvironmentType)
beanstalk.imageId: Image Id to Use e.g.
beanstalk.securityGroups: Security Groups of the Auto Scaling Group e.g.
default, page-service" (aws:autoscaling:launchconfiguration/SecurityGroups)
beanstalk.stickinessPolicy: Cookie Stickiness Policy (aws:elb:policies/Stickiness Policy)
beanstalk.stickinessCookieExpiration: Cookie Expiration (aws:elb:policies/Stickiness Cookie Expiration)
beanstalk.availabilityZones: Custom Availability Zones eg.
us-east-1b, us-east-1d(aws:autoscaling:asg/Custom Availability Zones)
beanstalk.notificationProtocol: Notification Protocol eg.
For more details, see (Option Values)[http://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/dg/command-options.html] in the Development Guide
beanstalk.env.aws.elasticbeanstalk.application.environment.X: System Property
See Using Custom Environment Properties with AWS Elastic Beanstalk for more detail. It is also possible to set them from the cli using beanstalk:set-property mojo:
$ mvn beanstalk:set-property -Dbeanstalk.envName=X -Dbeanstalk.envValue=Y
Completely map Option Values, which means:
mvn beanstalk:help -Ddetail [-Dgoal=<goal>]