Where is my AWS Elastic Beanstalk instance?
I follow the official tutorial to deploy a Flask application on EB using awsebcli. And it's successfully and running smoothly now. However, when I log into my console and click the EB tab, there is no instance there. It still prompt to create a new application on EB. When I check the user history, I can find the history of setting up the EB instance. So where is my instance? Or how can I locate my instance on console?
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