Using non-default VPCs are difficult to get going at the moment but work is
underway that should make that easier for starters and we can then look at
other issues that may arise. Is a user-defined VPC your typically scenario?
I remember you mentioning something about a highly isolated VPC at some
point but we never got far on that discussion.
On Tue, 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!
> 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.
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