I have a basic web application running on a Tomcat 8 Elastic Beanstalk environment. I have configured it for load balancing and rolling updates, but when I deploy a new version there is still a few seconds of downtime where Tomcat serves an error message about the service being down or something like that. Here is my Auto Scale settings. I am using the default settings for the Load Balancer. Guessing that maybe I need to increase or decrease some kind of value (maybe the health check interval in the load balancer?) but I'd like some advice before I start messing with things. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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