Launch with Cognito User Pool - Centralized Logging with OpenSearch

Launch with Cognito User Pool

Time to deploy: Approximately 15 minutes

Deployment Overview

Use the following steps to deploy this solution on AWS.

Step 1. Launch the stack

Step 2. Launch the web console

Step 1. Launch the stack

This AWS CloudFormation template automatically deploys the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch solution on AWS.

  1. Sign in to the AWS Management Console and select the button to launch the AWS CloudFormation template.

    Launch in AWS Management Console
    Launch with a new VPC

    Launch solution button

    Launch with an existing VPC

    Launch solution button

  2. The template is launched in the default region after you log in to the console. To launch the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch solution in a different AWS Region, use the Region selector in the console navigation bar.

  3. On the Create stack page, verify that the correct template URL is shown in the Amazon S3 URL text box and choose Next.

  4. On the Specify stack details page, assign a name to your solution stack. For information about naming character limitations, refer to IAM and STS Limits in the AWS Identity and Access Management User Guide.

  5. Under Parameters, review the parameters for the template and modify them as necessary.

    • If you are launching the solution in a new VPC, this solution uses the following parameters:

      Parameter Default Description
      Admin User Email Requires input Specify the email of the Administrator. This email address will receive a temporary password to access the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch web console. You can create more users directly in the provisioned Cognito User Pool after launching the solution.
    • If you are launching the solution in an existing VPC, this solution uses the following parameters:

      Parameter Default Description
      Admin User Email Requires input Specify the email of the Administrator. This email address will receive a temporary password to access the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch web console. You can create more users directly in the provisioned Cognito User Pool after launching the solution.
      VPC ID Requires input Specify the existing VPC ID in which you are launching the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch solution.
      Public Subnet IDs Requires input Specify the two public subnets in the selected VPC. The subnets must have routes point to an Internet Gateway.
      Private Subnet IDs Requires input Specify the two private subnets in the selected VPC. The subnets must have routes point to an NAT Gateway.
  6. Choose Next.

  7. On the Configure stack options page, choose Add new tag and enter the following key and value:

    • Key: CLOSolutionCostAnalysis

    • Value: CLOSolutionCostAnalysis

    You can activate the CLOSolutionCostAnalysis tag after all resources has been successfully deployed.

  8. Choose Next.

  9. On the Review page, review and confirm the settings. Select the box acknowledging that the template creates AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resources.

  10. Choose Create stack to deploy the stack.

You can view the status of the stack in the AWS CloudFormation console in the Status column. You should receive a CREATE_COMPLETE status in approximately 15 minutes.

Step 2. Launch the web Console

After the stack is successfully created, this solution generates a CloudFront domain name that gives you access to the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch web console. Meanwhile, an auto-generated temporary password (excluding the last digit .) will be sent to your email address.

  1. Sign in to the AWS CloudFormation console.

  2. On the Stacks page, select the solution’s stack.

  3. Choose the Outputs tab and record the domain name.

  4. Open the WebConsoleUrl using a web browser, and navigate to a sign-in page.

  5. Enter the Email and the temporary password.

    a. Set a new account password.

    b. (Optional) Verify your email address for account recovery.

  6. After the verification is complete, the system opens the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch web console.

Once you have logged into the Centralized Logging with OpenSearch console, you can import an Amazon OpenSearch Service domain and build log analytics pipelines.