We actually have galaxy running within a VPC now. The problem we're running 
into is that when ec2 instances get created they don't have an I_am profile 
attached to them so they can't get access to S3 resources. This should just be 
a parameter past to AWS when the instances get created to attach the Iam 
profile. I just need to know where the code for creating ec2 instances is and I 
can test it out. 

Please excuse any typos -- Sent from my iPhone

> On Mar 15, 2016, at 10:46 PM, Chris Dagdigian <d...@bioteam.net> wrote:
> Hi Ryan,
> I've never been able to get cloudman to function within a private VPC so if 
> this is your architecture as well and you manage to make progress I'd be 
> interested in learning your methods. Thanks!
> Regards,
> Chris
> Enis Afgan wrote:
>> Hi Ryan,
>> I'm not sure I really understand your question but CloudMan can run under an 
>> IAM account - it is just necessary to give the IAM user permissions to 
>> create EC2 and S3 resources. Let us know if that's not what you had in mind 
>> or if you have any more questions.
>> Cheers,
>> Enis
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