Authenticate with Amazon Web Services

Configure the AWS service connection with your account credentials.

Using a credentials file...

Create an AWS access key

If you do not already have an AWS access key ID/secret pair for a root or appropriately privileged IAM user in your AWS account, follow the instructions at this page to create a key.

Create a credentials file

If you do not already have AWS credentials and configuration files (TemplateBox[{"~/.aws/credentials", "C:\\Users\\\!StyleBox[\"username\",FontSlant->\"Italic\"]\\.aws\\credentials", "~/.aws/credentials", "~/.aws/credentials", "C:\\Users\\\!StyleBox[\"username\",FontSlant->\"Italic\"]\\.aws\\credentials", "~/.aws/credentials"}, PlatformDynamic] and TemplateBox[{"~/.aws/config", "C:\\Users\\\!StyleBox[\"username\",FontSlant->\"Italic\"]\\.aws\\config", "~/.aws/config", "~/.aws/config", "C:\\Users\\\!StyleBox[\"username\",FontSlant->\"Italic\"]\\.aws\\config", "~/.aws/config"}, PlatformDynamic]) on your computer, create them using the instructions at this page.

  • If you have the AWS CLI installed, you can create these files interactively on the command line with the TemplateBox[{aws configure, {URL[https://awscli.amazonaws.com/v2/documentation/api/latest/reference/configure/index.html], None}, https://awscli.amazonaws.com/v2/documentation/api/latest/reference/configure/index.html, HyperlinkActionRecycled, {HyperlinkActive}, BaseStyle -> {Hyperlink}, HyperlinkAction -> Recycled}, HyperlinkTemplate] command.

Authenticate the service connection

  • If you have saved your credentials in a profile other than the standard default, you should change the value of the Profile field accordingly.

Send a request using the service connection

Use the master AWS service object to obtain a child service object representing Amazon EC2:

Send a request to EC2:

Using manual credentials...

Create an AWS access key

If you do not already have an AWS access key ID/secret pair for a root or appropriately privileged IAM user in your AWS account, follow the instructions at this page to create a key.

Authenticate the service connection

Send a request using the service connection

Use the master AWS service object to obtain a child service object representing Amazon EC2:

Send a request to EC2:

Using manual credentials...

Create an AWS access key

If you do not already have an AWS access key ID/secret pair for a root or appropriately privileged IAM user in your AWS account, follow the instructions at this page to create a key.

Authenticate the service connection

Send a request using the service connection

Use the master AWS service object to obtain a child service object representing Amazon EC2:

Send a request to EC2: