How to Create Cloud9 Environment on Amazon Web Service(AWS).
AWS Cloud9 gives you the flexibility to run your development environment on a managed Amazon EC2 instance or any existing Linux server that supports SSH. This means that you can write, run, and debug applications with just a browser, without needing to install or maintain a local IDE.
- Login to aws portal.
- Click on Services.
- Under Developer Tools select Cloud9.
- Click on Create Environment.
- Provide environment name.
- Click on Next step.
- Select Environment type.
- Select Instance Type.
- Select Platform:Amazon linux 1 ,2 or ubuntu 18.04
- Create or select existing VPC.
- Create or select existing subnet.
- Click on Add tag.
- Provide key name & value for Cloud9 environment.
- Click on Next Step.
- Review all configurations.
- Click on Create environment.
- Environment created successfully.
- After sometime Cloud9 Environment is ready.
Create Cloud9 environment using Shell
- Setup aws-cli on your system so click on link https://www.hackerxone.com/blog/how-install-configure-aws-cli-ubuntu-1804
- Run the following command:
To create an AWS Cloud9 EC2 development environment
aws cloud9 create-environment-ec2 –name example-env –description “environment.” –instance-type t2.micro –subnet-id subnet-id –automatic-stop-time-minutes 60 –owner-arn arn:aws:iam::123:user/User
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