Use CloudFormation to Launch an Amazon EC2 Web Server

Adding Resources

  1. Open AWS CloudFormation Designer

Parameterize Template

  1. Click on an open area in the CloudFormation Designer canvas. In the editor pane, choose the Parameters tab in the Components view. Then add the below parameters.

Mappings

  1. In the editor pane, choose the Mappings tab. and add the below mapping.

Outputs

  1. In the editor pane, select the Outputs tab and describe the output URL as below.

Define Resource Properties

  1. In the designer view choose VPC resource and in the editor view chose the properties tab. Then add the following properties as below.

Provision Resources

  1. In the CloudFormation designer toolbar, select Create Stack icon.

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