If you want to add additional php.ini settings in your project onAWS, You can simply edit the php.ini found in /etc irectory. Or you can also create a new file names .user.ini file and add it to your /public directory or the root of your application.
When you need to use the email service provided by the AWS, you will have to subscribe to that service called SES, Simple Email Service. and when you need to access an online client to send and receive email message, you will have to use the Amazon WorkMail service. If you want to use the SES SMTP service credentials to send an email message programmatically using PHP, Laravel .. etc application. You will first have to have a username and a password. You can generate a username(Access Key ID) and a password (Secret access Key) from within AWS SES console, then SMTP Settings, then Create My SMTP Credentials button, then a user will be generated for you with the access keys, which will be available only for download this time. Now. You have an Access Key ID, and Secret Access Key. But this is not the password you will need, You have to convert this secret access key to a SMTP Password. To do so, You will have to use the following code snippets in your preferred programming language to generate the password.
When creating an Elastic beanstalk environment, you might do things such as see the logs generated from the EC2 instance, deploy a composer install, give permissions for FTP connections, Run a php artisan command, add something to .ebextensions ..etc. In this article we will list some of these commands.