If you do not have a AWS account, you should get one by registration with your credit card on AWS
you choose this product, put it in the shopping cart, and then checkout
in Guest mode with no registration required, you need to fill out your
necessary contact information which cannot different to your billing
information, and then you will be directed to www.paypal.com, as payment
will be handled by PayPal exclusively. PayPal offers 2 options for your
payment, namely PayPal and 4 major credit cards or debit card payment.
For the latter, you need to click and expand the credit/debit card
payment sub-menu, and once you finish your credit/debit card payment
there, PayPal will invite you to join PayPal for faster future checkout, but that is optional. Now you should click to go back to Cloudata Inc (CloudBnB Marketplace), and you should be patient as it might take a few or more minutes (definitely not 10 seconds) to for the system to provision an AWS instance (our product) for you to launch your cluster.
Once come back to CloudBnB Marketplace site, which means your payment has been verified and the AWS instance has been launched. Now you should check your email, you should receive an message from PayPal regarding your payment, as well as the following messages for CloudBnB Marketplace: 1. an invoice email; 2. an brief instruction email with the launched AWS instance's public IP address and a keypair file as attachment, download it, and now you can log in your AWS instance as follows:
ssh -i 1lclickaws.pem root@public-ip-address
log in, be root by typing: sudo su in the remote command shell. First
change your root password by typing: passwd and enter your password
twice after promotion, then edit the file named .bashrc under
/usr/share/tomcat, which includes following 2 lines:
Replace our defunct AWS credentials in the file with your own working AWS credentials as follows:
save it. Now it is all under your own control, and your can start to
define and launch your cluster to issue your commands to the whole
cluster. In your browser, type
http://your-instance-public-ip-address:8080/s2gui, a GUI will show up,
all operations are very intuitive.