AWS hosted Proxy

unSkript's Runtime Environment works like a proxy and can be hosted seamlessly like a virtual machine in the client's environment.
In this tutorial, we'll establish a connection to your proxy in your AWS environment, by deploying the proxy to an AWS EC2 instance using CloudFormation.
Follow the steps as given for the proxy deployment.
Step 2 of the Proxy Deployment Instructions as on the AWS CloudFormation console-
Step 3 can be filled out this way-
Part 1 of the stack details
Part 2 of the stack details
Please note-
  1. 1.
    You can choose any permissible name for IAMPolicyName, IAMRoleName, IAMInstanceName, and SecurityGroupName.
  2. 2.
    InstanceType will be t2.large and VolumeSize will be 64 which will be pre-filled from the template that was uploaded in Step1.
  3. 3.
    For KeyName you can create your public and private keys by following these steps or use an existing one.
  4. 4.
    While choosing a Subnet and VPC, make sure to-
  • Install the unSkript proxy where the resource needs to be merged
  • The resource can dial out from VPC to reach to our application
There is no need to additionally configure the stack options so you can skip to reviewing the details of the stack.
And voilà, once the proxy is successfully deployed in the client environment, you should see the status READY for your proxy.