Only complete this section if you are at an AWS hosted event such as re:Invent, public workshop, Immersion Day, or any other event hosted by an AWS employee. If you are running the workshop on your own, then go to Start the workshop on your own directly.
If you are at an AWS event, an AWS account was created for you to use throughout the workshop. You will need the Participant Hash provided to you by the event’s organizers.
You are now logged in to the AWS console in an account that was created for you, and will be available only throughout the workshop run time.
The workshop requires an AWS Cloud9 workspace and a S3 buckets as the prerequisites. To save time these pre-requisites and dependencies have been already deployed using this CloudFormation Template (emr-spark-spot-workshop-quickstarter-cnf.yml).
In this workshop, you’ll need to reference the resources created by the CloudFormation stack.
On the AWS CloudFormation console, select the stack name that starts with mod- in the list.
In the stack details pane, click the Outputs tab.
It is recommended that you keep this tab / window open so you can easily refer to the outputs and resources throughout the workshop.
You will notice an additional Cloudformation stack was also deployed to deploy the Cloud9 Workspace, which is the result of the stack that starts with mod-.
Click on the url against
Cloud9IDE from the outputs
When it comes up, customize the environment by closing the welcome tab and lower work area, and opening a new terminal tab in the main work area:
Your workspace should now look like this:
If you like this theme, you can choose it yourself by selecting View / Themes / Solarized / Solarized Dark in the Cloud9 workspace menu.
You are now ready to EMR Instance Fleets