Your company has a set of applications that make use of Docker containers. There is a need to move these containers to AWS. Which option below is the BEST way to set up these Docker containers in a separate AWS environment?
- Create EC2 Instances, install Docker, and then upload the containers.
- Create EC2 Container registries, install Docker, and then upload the containers.
- Create an Elastic Beanstalk environment with the necessary Docker containers.
- Create EBS Optimized EC2 Instances, install Docker, and then upload the containers.
Elastic Beanstalk supports the deployment of web applications from Docker containers. With Docker containers, you can define your own runtime environment. You can choose your own platform, programming language, and any application dependencies (such as package managers or tools), that aren’t supported by other platforms. Docker containers are self-contained and include all the configuration information and software your web application requires to run.