How to create a NetApp Working Environment in Cloud Manager Step 4

 

Summary:

NetFoundry integrates with NetApp Cloud Volume ONTAP to provide instant-on storage connectivity without private circuits, VPNs, or networking hardware.

In this documentation, you will create a working environment in Netapp Cloud Volumes ONTAP.

 Before you begin

  1. Must have an AWS Account and the appropriate  permissions to administer resources. 
  2. Must have a VPC, subnet, key pair and NetApp license for your cloud environment.

 

Step 1: From center screen, click "Create Cloud Volumes ONTAP" button

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Step 2: Make sure AWS and Cloud Volume ONTAP is selected and click continue

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Step 3: Choose a Working Environment Name (Cluster Name) and password and click continue

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Step 4: Click continue

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Step 5: Choose a region, VPC, subnet and key pair and click continue. The AWS VPC, subnet and key pair should be created prior to this step.

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Step 6: Accept the default of AWS Managed and click continue

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Step 7: Choose Pay as you Go or BYOL (Bring Your Own License) and click continue

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Step 8: In upper right corner, click Create my own configuration

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Step 9: Accept the default for Node Role and click continue

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Step 10: On instance type and tenancy, you can accept the default or change to fit your requirement. Click continue

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Step 11: Click the AWS Marketplace link to proceed if applicable; otherwise, you can proceed to step 12

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Step 11 (a) On the next screen in upper right corner, click continue to subscribe.

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Step 11 (b) If you're not already signed into your AWS account, you will be asked to login. Click Continue to Configuration.

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Step 11 (c)  On the next option accept terms to proceed.

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Step 11 (d) You will receive an e-mail confirming you have access to use the software. You will now be able to continue from your original screen.

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Step 12: Choose AWS disk size and click continue.

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Step 13: Regarding write speed, accept default and click continue.

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Step 14: Click Skip at the bottom. We will complete this section later.

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Step 15: Check the two-boxes in the upper left and click Go to proceed.

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Note: This can take roughly 25 minutes to build in AWS.

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Step 16: We will create a second working environment in N. California region of AWS. Click Create Cloud Volumes ONTAP

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Step 17: Select the following and click continue

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Step 18: Provide a working environment name and an admin password and click continue.

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Step 19: Click continue

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Step 20: Select the following and click continue

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Step 21: Click continue

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Step 22: Click continue

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Step 23: In the upper right corner, click Create my own configuration.

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Step 24: Click continue

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Step 25: Click continue

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Step 26: Click continue

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Step 27: Click continue

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Step 28: Click skip

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Step 29: Click the two boxes and click Go at the bottom

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Step 30: It will take about 25 minutes to initialize

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You have successfully completed step 4 of 5

 

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