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Step 1: Login to your cmpute Console Application (your-domain.cmpute.io) using registered Email Id and Password

Step 2: You will be redirected to cmpute Dashboard. Next, click on the App Store located in the header.

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Step 3: You will be redirected to the App store which has the apps supported on cmpute. To run OpsWork app, click the Run A Job button.

Step 4: To run OpsWorks, fill all the required text fields. Following details are mandatory to create an OpsWorks job:

Account: Select an AWS Account to run the job

Cloud Region: The Cloud region will be selected automatically

Job Name: Provide a Job Name

Stack Name: Stack List will be populated based on the selected Cloud Region. Select a stack from the list

Layer Name: List of layers will be populated based on the selected Stack. Select a layer from the list

VPC Information: The field is non-editable and is updated by cmpute based on the selected stack

Subnet Information: Subnet list is populated based on the selected AWS Account, Cloud Region and VPC ID (Virtual Private Cloud).Select one or more Subnet from the list.

Operating System: This list will be displayed only when there are no instances attached to the layer in AWS.

Instance Type: The Instance types are listed based on the AMI . Select an instance type from the list.

Restrict to Selected Instance Type: It always launches the selected instance type.

Min On-demand Instance Count: Specify the minimum number of on-demand instances that should run as part of the OpsWorks job.

Min Instance Count: Specify the minimum number of instances that should run as part of the OpsWorks job.

Desired Count: Specify the desired number of instances. OpsWorks will ensure that this many instances are available for job execution.

Max Instance Count: Specify the maximum number of instances that should run as part of the OpsWorks job.

Instance Profile: Select the required Instance Profile.

Replace Unhealthy Instance: By default this is not selected. User can select this to specify that if an instance becomes unhealthy then it must be replaced with another healthy instance.

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In addition to the above details the following Advance Settings can be provided which includes:

Volume Type: Specify a storage type

Volume Size: Specify the required storage size

Additional Tags:

Tag Name- Specify a Tag Name to identify am Instance uniquely

Tag Value- Specify a Tag Name to identify am Instance uniquely

Scaling Metrics: The scaling metrics helps to set a rule.

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Step 5: Click on the Save button to create the Job. This action will save the job details. The newly created job can be viewed in the Jobs page.

Step 6: On successful job creation, a ‘Review’ popup is displayed from where the Job can be started immediately (by clicking Run Now).