I'm trying to deploy my django app via amazon Elastic BeanStalk(using this tutorial), but getting the following error.
ERROR: Elastic Beanstalk could not find any platforms. Ensure you have the necessary permissions to access Elastic Beanstalk.
How can i fix this issue?
Problem is, as @helloV said, your user does not have access. Now this was a complete surprise to me because I was using the root (which I really shouldn't) and I ASSUMED it would just have access.
So solution is that you HAVE TO ATTACH a policy as shown in the screenshot below since even the root IAM account does not have this policy.
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