- Cloud9 workspace should be built by an IAM user with Administrator privileges, not the root account user.
Create a Cloud9 Environment: https://console.aws.amazon.com/cloud9/home.
- Choose the large yellow "Create environment" button shown on the screen.
- Enter a name for your environment - ks-aws-multi-p-c9env-aps1-prod_env, where it follows the global naming convention.
- Enter a description: "This environment is for the AWS Cloud9 tutorial."
Choose Next step
- On the Configure settings page, for Environment type, choose one of the following options to create an Amazon EC2-backed environment:
- For Instance type, leave the default choice. This choice has relatively low RAM and vCPUs, which is sufficient for this tutorial.
- For Platform, choose the type of Amazon EC2 instance that you want: Amazon Linux 2.
- Choose "After 30 minutes(default)" for Cost-saving setting. When all web browser instances that are connected to the IDE for the environment are closed, AWS Cloud9 waits the amount of time specified and then shuts down the Amazon EC2 instance for the environment.
On the Review page, choose Create environment. Wait while AWS Cloud9 creates your environment. This can take several minutes.
- After AWS Cloud9 creates your environment, it displays the AWS Cloud9 IDE for the environment.
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