Using an AWS CloudFormation Stack to Create a Neptune DB Cluster - Amazon Neptune

Using an AWS CloudFormation Stack to Create a Neptune DB Cluster

You can use an AWS CloudFormation template to set up a Neptune DB Cluster.

  1. To launch the AWS CloudFormation stack on the AWS CloudFormation console, choose one of the Launch Stack buttons in the following table.

    Region View View in Designer Launch
    US East (N. Virginia) View View in Designer
    US East (Ohio) View View in Designer
    US West (N. California) View View in Designer
    US West (Oregon) View View in Designer
    Canada (Central) View View in Designer
    South America (São Paulo) View View in Designer
    Europe (Stockholm) View View in Designer
    Europe (Ireland) View View in Designer
    Europe (London) View View in Designer
    Europe (Paris) View View in Designer
    Europe (Frankfurt) View View in Designer
    Middle East (Bahrain) View View in Designer
    Africa (Cape Town) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Hong Kong) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Tokyo) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Seoul) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Singapore) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Sydney) View View in Designer
    Asia Pacific (Mumbai) View View in Designer
    China (Beijing) View View in Designer
    China (Ningxia) View View in Designer
    AWS GovCloud (US-West) View View in Designer
    AWS GovCloud (US-East) View View in Designer
  2. On the Select Template page, choose Next.

  3. On the Specify Details page, choose a key pair for the EC2SSHKeyPairName.

    This key pair is required to access the EC2 instance. Ensure that you have the PEM file for the key pair that you choose.

  4. Choose Next.

  5. On the Options page, choose Next.

  6. On the Review page, select the first check box to acknowledge that AWS CloudFormation will create IAM resources. Select the second check box to acknowledge CAPABILITY_AUTO_EXPAND for the new stack.

    Note

    CAPABILITY_AUTO_EXPAND explicitly acknowledges that macros will be expanded when creating the stack, without prior review. Users often create a change set from a processed template so that the changes made by macros can be reviewed before actually creating the stack. For more information, see the AWS CloudFormation CreateStack API.

    Then choose Create.