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Creating AWS Access Keys

Prior to proceeding with your AWS deployment, you must create the required AWS Access Key and SSH Key. Note that a separate SSH key is needed for each region where resources are provisioned.

Creating the Access Key

  1. Follow the official Amazon tutorial to create a new Access Key.
  2. The resulting values are added in the variables.tf file when creating your deployment plan, where:
    • access_key - the Access Key for the CLI user.
    • secret_key - the Access Key secret/password.

For example:

### AWS Access Key ###
variable "access_key" {
  description = "AWS Access Key."
  default     = "SAGFGDGVGDBXCVER"
}
### AWS Secret Access Key ###
variable "secret_key" {
  description = "AWS Secret Access Key."
  default     = "+SAGFGDGVGDBXCVERSAGFGDGVGDBXCVER=="
}

Creating the SSH Key

A SSH keypair is needed for each region where you are provisioning resources. You can create a new key or import an existing public key:

  1. Follow the official Amazon guide to either create a new key or **import an existing key.
  2. The name of the SSH Key is added in the variables.tf file when creating your deployment plan. You can also map the SSH Key name to the AWS regions (the key must exist in each specified region) for example:
### AWS SSH KEY ###
variable "key_name" {
  description = "Name of the SSH keypair to use in AWS."
  default = {
    "us-east-1" = "Your_AWS_East_key"
    "eu-west-2" = "Your_AWS_West_key"
  }
}

Updated about a month ago


Creating AWS Access Keys


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