This step will provision several AWS resources and the Dynatrace configuration needed for the workshop.
From the Cloud9 window, run these commands to start the provisioning process:
cd ~/modernize-workshop-setup/aws ./provisionAWSWorkshop.sh
The script output will look like this:
========================================== Provisioning AWS workshop resources Starting: Tue Jun 16 14:41:09 EDT 2020 ========================================== ... ...
When it completes, it will look like this:
... ... ============================================= Provisioning AWS workshop resources COMPLETE End: Tue Jun 16 14:42:22 EDT 2020 =============================================
The script will run fast, but it will take about 1-2 minutes for the CloudFormation script to complete. You can monitor progress @ https://console.aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/home
Once the ec2 instances are running, it will take an additional 4-6 minutes for the easyTravel sample application to completely start, so please be patient.
1 . AWS resources - using AWS CLI
2 . AWS resources - using a CloudFormation stack created by the AWS CLI
3 . Configure Dynatrace using the Dynatrace API
As mentioned above, it may take a few minutes, but you can check the CloudFormation output to ensure that all the AWS resources were provisioned with no rollbacks. For example, the CloudFormation may rollback due to VPC limits being reached. In that scenario, delete one of the VPCs and retry the script. If you expand the events tab, you should see CREATE_COMPLETE for the resources as shown below.
In this section, you should have completed the following:
✅ Used the AWS Cloud Shell and ran various UNIX commands
✅ Configured the AWS Monitoring Dynatrace Integration
✅ Captured environment and token info needed for automation scripts
✅ Provisioned workshop AWS resources
While you wait for the easyTravel application to start, you can move to the Why Dynatrace section to learn why Mystic Mysfits choose Dynatrace.