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For more details about EC2, nodes, refer to the official documentation for the EC2 Management Console.
In the Region field, select the same region that you used when creating your cloud credentials.
Your AWS account access information, stored in a cloud credential.
See Amazon Documentation: Creating Access Keys how to create an Access Key and Secret Key.
See Amazon Documentation: Creating IAM Policies (Console) how to create an IAM policy.
See Amazon Documentation: Adding Permissions to a User (Console) how to attach an IAM
See our three example JSON policies:
Choose an availability zone and network settings for your cluster.
Choose the default security group or configure a security group.
Please refer to Amazon EC2 security group when using Node Driver to see what rules are created in the rancher-nodes Security Group.
Configure the instances that will be created. Make sure you configure the correct SSH User for the configured AMI.
If you need to pass an IAM Instance Profile Name (not ARN), for example, when you want to use a Kubernetes Cloud Provider, you will need an additional permission in your policy. See Example IAM policy with PassRole for an example policy.
In the Engine Options section of the node template, you can configure the Docker daemon. You may want to specify the docker version or a Docker registry mirror.
Account Access is where you configure the region of the nodes, and the credentials (Access Key and Secret Key) used to create the machine.
Zone and Network configures the availability zone and network settings for your cluster.
Security Groups creates or configures the Security Groups applied to your nodes. Please refer to Amazon EC2 security group when using Node Driver to see what rules are created in the rancher-nodes Security Group.
Instance configures the instances that will be created.
Make sure you configure the correct SSH User for the configured AMI.
The Docker daemon configuration options include: