Only complete this section if you are at an AWS hosted event (such as re:Invent, Kubecon, Immersion Day, or any other event hosted by an AWS employee). If you are running the workshop on your own, goto: Start the workshop on your own.
This workshop creates an AWS account, EKS Cluster, ELB and Route 53 environments that will be managed by eksctl. You will need the Participant Hash provided upon entry, and your email address to track your unique session.
Connect to the portal by clicking the button or browsing to https://dashboard.eventengine.run/. The following screen shows up.
Enter the provided hash in the text box. The button on the bottom right corner changes to Accept Terms & Login. Click on that button to continue.
Click on AWS Console on dashboard.
Take the defaults and click on Open AWS Console. This will open AWS Console in a new browser tab.
In the AWS Console, click on Cloud9
If a Cloud9 environment has not been set up:
If a Cloud9 environment has been set up:
Once you have completed the step above, you can leave the AWS console open. You can now move to the ekstctl Setup section.