If you already have an AWS account, and have IAM Administrator access, you can skip this page.
If you don’t already have an AWS account with Administrator access: create one now
Once you have an AWS account, ensure you are following the remaining workshop steps as an IAM user with administrator access to the AWS account: Create a new IAM user to use for the workshop
Enter the user details:
As mentioned above, the first step is to deploy a CloudFormation template that will perform much of the initial setup work for you. In another browser window or tab, login to your AWS account. Once you have done that, open the link below in a new tab to start the process of deploying the items you need via CloudFormation.
Follow along with the screenshots below if you have any questions about deploying the stack.
Start by clicking
Next at the bottom like this:
On this page you have a few tasks:
When you are done click
Next at the bottom.
This page is a bit longer, so scroll to the bottom to click
Next. All of the defaults should be sufficient to complete the POC, if you have custom requirements, alter as necessary.
Again scroll to the bottom, check the box to enable the template to create new IAM resources and then click
For a few minutes CloudFormation will be creating the resources described above on your behalf it will look like this while it is provisioning:
Once it has completed you’ll see green text like below indicating that the work has been completed:
Now that your environment has been created go to the service page for SageMaker by clicking
Services in the top of the console and then searching for
SageMaker and clicking the service.
From the SageMaker console, scroll until you see the green box indicating now many notebooks you have in service and click that.
On this page you will see a list of any SageMaker notebooks you have running, simply click the
Open JupyterLab link on the Amazon Personalize Immersion Day notebook you have created
This will open the Jupyter environment for your POC; think of it as a web based data science IDE if you are not familiar with it.