aws:elasticbeanstalk:customoption namespace to define options and
values that can be read in
Resources blocks in other configuration files. Use
custom options to collect user specified settings in a single configuration file.
For example, you may have a complex configuration file that defines a resource that can be
configured by the user launching the environment. If you use
to retrieve the value of a custom option, you can put the definition of that option in a
different configuration file, where it is more easily discovered and modified by the
Also, because they are configuration options, custom options can be set at the API level to override values set in a configuration file. See Precedence for more information.
Custom options are defined like any other option:
For example, the following configuration file creates an option named
ELBAlarmEmail and sets the value to
option_settings: aws:elasticbeanstalk:customoption: ELBAlarmEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Elsewhere, a configuration file defines an SNS topic that reads the option with
Fn::GetOptionSetting to populate the value of the
Resources: MySNSTopic: Type: AWS::SNS::Topic Properties: Subscription: - Endpoint: Fn::GetOptionSetting: OptionName: ELBAlarmEmail DefaultValue: email@example.com Protocol: email
You can find more example snippets using
Fn::GetOptionSetting at Adding and Customizing Elastic Beanstalk Environment Resources.