AWS Provider Access Method
Add an AWS provider access method to snapblocs before configuring or deploying a stack.
When configuring a stack, snapblocs will retrieve some AWS account information such as available VPCs, Subnets, SSH Key Pairs, etc. This information is conveniently presented in snapblocs, making it easy to select for stack configuration without writing it down.
snapblocs will need to access the customer's AWS environment for deploying and monitoring stacks. Therefore, customers will need to grant access to snapblocs for their AWS resources.
There are two different ways to grant access to AWS resources in snapblocs:
GCP Provider Access Method
Add a GCP provider access method to snapblocs before configuring or deploying a stack. When configuring a stack, snapblocs will retrieve some GCP account information such as available VPCs, Subnets, SSH Key Pairs, etc. This information is ...
How to Create AWS IAM Access Keys
AWS IAM Access Key ID and Secret Access Key IAM Access Keys allows snapblocs to securely access your Amazon AWS environment for deploying and collecting statistics of your platform stacks, etc. Your Access Key values are encrypted and stored on the ...
How to add AWS IAM Access Keys to snapblocs
When deploying a snapblocs stack, snapblocs provisions the stack within the customer’s AWS account. The stack is integrated with Amazon EKS for Kubernetes clusters using AWS EC2 instances and other AWS resources. snapblocs manages the lifecycle of ...
Requirements on AWS
The followings list the requirement on AWS using snapblocs. Account Requirements Amazon AWS account with AWS VPC Default VPC Or Custom VPC 2 or more public Subnets 2 or more private Subnets Able to instantiate 6 or more of t2.large EC2 instances ...
snapblocs vs. Cloud Provider Platforms
Compared to cloud provider solutions, snapblocs offers some key strategic benefits: Architecture as a Service: Architecture Blueprints that combine vendor building blocks into a complete, production-ready platform solution Multi-cloud support, ...