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The and tags apparently have the same meaning. From what I know (which is very little) about Amazon Elastic Beanstalk is that might be appropriate, and the tag wiki for is better.

Can we merge these?

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The images that are right now parading in my mind's eye, after having read that title... am I just wrong in the head somewhere? – J. Steen Jul 24 '13 at 12:06
Note that Beanstalk may also refer to the code hosting service (not saying this is a good use of the tag, of course). – Cody Gray Jul 24 '13 at 12:06
@CodyGray yea true. perhaps [beanstalkapp] would be appropriate. – Daniel A. White Jul 24 '13 at 12:07

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