In order to concentrate on ultrawarm concepts, a CloudFormation template is provided below to bring up the ES domain. You will need to know your public IP Address to enter as a parameter for the CloudFormation template. You can find your public IP address here.
If you are connected to VPN, the IP address that you get from the above website can be different from your actual IP address.
Please note that the resources are deployed once the CloudFoemation template is executed. If you chose to exit the worshop any time, please navigate to
5.Cleanup section and follow the instructions to cleanup all the resources.
|US East (N. Virginia) us-east-1||Launch|
|US West (Oregon) us-west-2||Launch|
|Europe (Ireland) eu-west-1||Launch|
|Europe (Frankfurt) eu-central-1||Launch|
|Asia Pacific (Singapore) ap-southeast-1||Launch|
|Asia Pacific (Sydney) ap-southeast-2||Launch|
|Asia Pacific (Tokyo) ap-northeast-1||Launch|
If you are looking for steps involved in brining up an Amazon Elasticsearch domain, please refer to this workshop on Introduction to Amazon Elasticsearch Service.
You can also find step by step process to bring up a domain in the Amazon Elasticsearch Service documentation.
The CloudFormation template can take around 20 mins to deploy the elasticsearch domain. In AWS Console, navigate to ‘Amazon Elasticsearch Service’ and then to ‘Dashboard’. Once the ‘Domain status’ of the Elasticsearch domain that CloudFormation template created change to ‘Active’, you can move to the next step.