1. Locate ‘Attunity CloudBeam for Amazon S3’ in the AWS Marketplace.
Free Trial & Hourly Option: Attunity CloudBeam for Amazon S3 – Hourly
Bring Your Own License: Attunity CloudBeam for Amazon S3 – BYOL
2. Click ‘Continue’.
3: As with any EC2 Instance, a Key Pair is required in order to generate a Windows password which will let you log in to your Attunity CloudBeam EC2 instance remotely. If you already have a Key Pair, skip to Step 5.
4: Scroll down to the bottom of the Key Pair section. Click ‘Key Pair’ and then follow the instructions to create a Key Pair.
5: Upon returning to the ‘Launch on EC2‘ page, select ‘Accept Terms & Launch with 1-Click‘.
Upon clicking ‘Accept Terms & Launch with 1-Click‘, you will receive a ‘Welcome Email‘ which contains the download link for the ‘Attunity RepliWeb’ software (we will refer back to this email shortly).
6: A subscription confirmation message will be displayed. Close the message and wait for your EC2 instance to be ready. This may take a few minutes (feel free to refresh the browser page to check the state or confirm readiness).
7: Once the EC2 instance is running, select ‘Manage in AWS Console‘.
The AWS Console will open, showing your EC2 instance.
8: Right-click on the instance and select ‘Get Windows Password‘. If a message is displayed, stating “Your password is not ready”, wait a few minutes and try again.
9: The ‘Retrieve Default Windows Administrator Password’ window opens. Browse to your Key Pair file and select ‘Decrypt Password‘.
10: The information required to connect remotely to your Attunity CloudBeam EC2 Instance will be displayed at the bottom of the window. Please make note of the Public DNS (ie, the EC2 IP address), which will later be supplied when configuring jobs within the ‘Attunity RepliWeb’ software.