This wokshop uses Cloud9 as a web-based IDE to ensure a consistent experience.
We’ll use Cloud9 to run our own AMI and create a Parallel Cluster to run our apps on.
Only complete this section if you are running the workshop on your own. If you are at an AWS hosted event (such as re:Invent, Kubecon, Immersion Day, etc) ask for the correct link.
In order to be able to clean up after the workshop is done, we will tag every resource with a tag aws-workshop and no value. This will allow us to filter for those resources and remove them safely.
Your account must have the ability to create new IAM roles and scope other IAM permissions.
If you don’t already have an AWS account with Administrator access: create one now by clicking here
Once you have an AWS account, ensure you are following the remaining workshop steps as an IAM user with administrator access to the AWS account: Create a new IAM user to use for the workshop
Enter the user details:
Attach the AdministratorAccess IAM Policy:
Click to create the new user:
Take note of the login URL and save: