To simplify the infrastructure setup experience, we have created foundational templates for AWS CloudFormation Use this link to launch the cloudformation template that deploys the configuration needed to run through the labs. You also need to create ssh keys if you are going through migration labs.
Computeas shown in the screenshot below.
KeyPairlink as shown in the screen below.
Create key pairon top-right as shown below.
docdb-mig-lab-keysas Name and leave
pemselect as default for file format. You can use an existing KeyPair if you already have one created with the same name.
|Click “Launch Stack” button to create required VPC, Subnets, Security Groups,Cloud9 Environment and DocumentDB Cluster.|
In the screenshot below you canchoose from a number options depending upon what modules you want to cover.
|CreateCluster||Select this option as true if you want to create DocumentDB Cluster. If you want to create cluster manually then select false|
|EnvType||Leave this set to prod to identify that you are running this lab in your own account and not AWS provided Event Engine account|
|migrationResources||If set to true then cloudformation template will deploy sample Mongo EC2 instance and DMS instance which is required for Migration module. Set this to false if you are not planning to work on migration lab.|
Scroll to the bottom, check both boxes and click Create stack.
The stack will take approximately 10-20 mins to provision, you can monitor the status on the Stack detail page. You can monitor the progress of the resource creation by refreshing the Events tab. The latest event in the list will indicate
CREATE_COMPLETE for the stack resource.
When the status of the stack at the bottom is
CREATE_COMPLETE, select it and click on the Outputs tab on the right. Please take a moment to save these values somewhere that you will have easy access to during the remainder of the labs.
After this you can move on to setting up AWS Cloud9 Environment as part of the final prerequisites.