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Hi @simi, and welcome to the LE community forum
"How do I provision a SSL certificate for my app on EC2?"
Well, that depends on the app and how it handles certificates.
But in general, apps don't get or renew certs - they merely use what is found on the system.
So the question becomes two:
- How do I get (and renew) a certificate on EC2?
- How do I use a certificate with my app?
For the first question: It mainly depends on the operating system and the amount of control you have over that system. So, you should go back and try to answer as many of the questions in the OP.
For the second question: That depends entirely on the app. You should be able to get help with that from the app support/help pages. Or just search online. [But not likely to find such details on this forum.]
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