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2 EDB Ark - Overview : 2.1 Architecture Overview : 2.1.2 Using Ark on an Amazon AWS Virtual Private Cloud

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To create a new cluster that resides on a private subnet, log into the Ark console and click the Launch DB Cluster button. Use the Create a new Server Cluster dialog (see Figure 2.5) to provide details about the cluster configuration. Check the box to the left of Use Private IP addresses to display only those VPCs which have a NAT gateway configured to support private subnets in the VPC field. Then, use the VPC drop-down menu to select a VPC. After completing the fields on the Step 1 tab, click Next to continue to the Step 2 tab (see Figure 2.6).
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The Step 2 tab displays one availability zone/subnet pair for each node of the cluster; you can specify a unique availability zone and subnet for each node. If the SUBNET field specifies Create New Subnet, the EDB Ark console will deploy the node in a new subnet. Click Next to continue to the Step 3 tab (see Figure 2.7).
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Fields on the Step 3 tab allow you to specify your preferences for cluster backups. After completing the Step 3 tab, click the Launch button to create the new cluster on a virtual machine in the specified VPC network.
For detailed information about deploying a cluster, please see the EDB Ark Getting Started Guide, available via the Ark console dashboard.

2 EDB Ark - Overview : 2.1 Architecture Overview : 2.1.2 Using Ark on an Amazon AWS Virtual Private Cloud

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