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Deploy using Amazon Web Services

The following steps will walk you through the deployment:

  1. Log onto the AWS Management Console.

  2. Within the AWS services window select EC2 within the All services > Compute heading.


  3. Click Launch Instance within the EC2 Dashboard > Resources window.


  4. Within the Step 1: Choose an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) window, click Community AMIs from the left-hand menu. Search for Osirium PAM.


  5. Click Select next to the latest version found.

  6. Within the Step 2: Choose an Instance Type window, select the instance you want to deploy the PAM Server onto.



    A minimum instance size of 8 vCPUs and 16 GiB is recommended.

  7. Click Next: Configure Instance Details.

  8. Within the Step 3: Configure Instance Details window, configuring as per your requirements.


  9. Click Next: Add Storage.

  10. Within the Step 4 Add Storage window, configure a minimum storage size of 80GB.



    To add an additional volume see: Adding Instances Store Volumes to Your EC2 Instance.

  11. Click Next: Add Tags.

  12. Within the Step 5: Add tags window, configure tags as per your requirements.


  13. Click Next: Configure Security Group.

  14. Within the Step 6: Configure Security Groups window, click Next: Configure Security Groups. The PAM Server preconfigured security group will be visible and the required firewall rules that need to be applied will be listed.


  15. Click Review and Launch.

  16. Within the Step 7: Review Instance Launch window, review and click Launch.


  17. Within the Select an existing key pair or create a new key pair window select the option you want to use.

    If you use an existing key pair or create a new key pair, make sure the private key file is made available to SuperAdmins who may need to login to the default ubuntu account.


  18. Click Launch Instances.

  19. Within the Launch Status window, click View Instances. Wait while the instance is initialised and passed the Status Checks.


  20. From the instances list, right-click the PAM Server instance created and click Connect.

    Launch-status list

  21. You will be presented with the Connect To Your Instance window which provides the instructions on how to connect to your instance. Leave this window open.


  22. Open an SSH client of your choice and follow the instructions in the Connect To Your Instance window to connect using the private key file.

  23. Once the servers have been successfully deployed and powered on the next step is to configure the server.