I was very eager to get into the system when came across blog by . With many question on my way I started with yet another helping hand . After following the steps mentioned in the Blog reached to Amazon Web Service (AWS). Like many others I was curious about How AWS charges and came across SIMPLE MONTHLY CALCULATOR .
Just Like installing any other user friendly installation I kept on clicking “Continue” and finally got on the page. But After creating the stack I didn’t know what “Next”!!! For sure this question will be asked by many other folks and here is an attempt to answer those:
After following the steps mentioned in Getting Started, we will land on screen that will help us to create the stack on AWS as below:
AWS CloudFormation templates give developers and systems administrators an easy way to create a collection of related AWS resources and provision them in an orderly and predictable fashion
For more insight Refer key concept of AWS Cloud
Tag Creation is taken care in the Template provided by SAP so we can just click on remove and then click “Continue”.
Summary page will have info as below:
Once we click “Continue” stack will be created within few minutes with Status “Creation Complete”. (Please ignore the status in the below screen as It got updated when template is executed multiple time).
Once done go to Services – > EC2 (Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2).
We need not to “Launch Instance” as it is already created. Click on “Instances” in left pan.
Instance will appear as below:
Select the instance and click on “Action – > Connect”
It will show the required details to connect the system with Remote Desktop.
Click on “Download Shortcut File” to launch the system (or from your desktop Run->mstsc)
Use “Administrator” as a user and “Lokal” as password for OS level. (As per template “Retrieve Password” will not work)
Click on SAP Management Consol to start the Services “C73”
Once services are started simply type http://localhost:50000/rep to get to Webpage. (While on remote desktop)
Use user Id as “Administrator” and password as “abcd1234” so as to get into the PO.
Don’t forget to stop the instance when not in use. You will be charged for the duration Instance is running.
In order to get it working within a corporate environment refer blog by .
Now it’s Time to get going with PO 🙂..