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In this Masterclass Series webinar AWS Technical Evangelist Ian Massingham describes how to create CloudFormation templates that can be used to create and manage stacks of AWS resources, working with ...

In this Masterclass Series webinar AWS Technical Evangelist Ian Massingham describes how to create CloudFormation templates that can be used to create and manage stacks of AWS resources, working with the CloudFormation API and with AWS and non-AWS resources. Lastly, he describes techniques that can be used to bootstrap applications and handle updates with AWS CloudFormation.

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  • CloudFormation templates have several advantages: <br /> <br /> Follow a JSON familiar format: A CloudFormation template is simply a JSON (JavaScript Object Notation)-formatted text file that describes the AWS infrastructure needed to run an application or service along with any interconnection between them. <br /> <br /> Manage relationships: Templates concisely capture resource relationships, such as EC2 instances that must be associated with an Elastic Load Balancing load balancer, or the fact that an EBS volume must be in the same EC2 Availability Zone as the instance to which it is attached. <br /> <br /> Use over and over: Using template parameters enable a single template to be used for many infrastructure deployments with different configuration values, such as how many instances to deploy for the application. <br /> <br /> Get helpful feedback: Templates also provide output properties for communicating deployment results or configuration information back to the user. For example, when instantiated, a template may provide the URL of the Elastic Load Balancing endpoint the customer should use to connect to the newly instantiated application. <br /> <br /> Avoid collisions: All AWS resources in a template are identified using logical names, allowing multiple stacks to be created from a template without fear of naming collisions between AWS resources. <br /> <br /> Write and go: Use any method to launch a stack without having to register the template with AWS CloudFormation beforehand. <br /> <br /> Look up resources: AWS CloudFormation retains a copy of the stack template so you can use the AWS Management Console, the command line tools or the APIs to look up the precise resource configurations that were applied during stack creation. <br /> <br /> Automate: You have the option to automate template generation using a programming language or a tool of your choice. You also have the option to automate stack creation from the templates using the CloudFormation API, AWS SDKs, or AWS CLI.
  • Q: What are the elements of an AWS CloudFormation template? <br /> <br /> AWS CloudFormation templates are JSON formatted text files that are comprised of five types of elements: <br /> <br /> An optional list of template parameters (input values supplied at stack creation time) <br /> An optional list of output values (e.g. the complete URL to a web application) <br /> An optional list of data tables used to lookup static configuration values (e.g., AMI names) <br /> The list of AWS resources and their configuration values <br /> A template file format version number
  • With parameters, you can customize aspects of your template at run time, when the stack is built. For example, the Amazon RDS database size, Amazon EC2 instance types, database and web server port numbers can be passed to AWS CloudFormation when a stack is created. Each parameter can have a default value and description and may be marked as “NoEcho” in order to hide the actual value you enter on the screen and in the AWS CloudFormation event logs. When you create an AWS CloudFormation stack, the AWS Management Console will automatically synthesize and present a pop-up dialog form for you to edit parameter values.
  • Output values are a very convenient way to present a stack’s key resources (such as the address of an Elastic Load Balancing load balancer or Amazon RDS database) to the user via the AWS Management Console, or the command line tools. You can use simple functions to concatenate string literals and value of attributes associated with the actual AWS resources.
  • Intrinsinc fuctions: <br /> <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::Base64 returns the Base64 representation of the input string. This function is typically used to pass encoded data to Amazon EC2 instances by way of the UserData property. <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::FindInMap returns the value corresponding to keys into a two-level map declared in the Mappings section. <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::GetAtt returns the value of an attribute from a resource in the template. <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::GetAZs returns an array that lists all Availability Zones for the specified region. <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::Join appends a set of values into a single value, separated by the specified delimiter. <br /> The intrinsic function Fn::Select returns a single object from a list of objects by index. <br /> The intrinsic function Ref returns the value of the specified parameter or resource. <br /> <br /> Pseudo parameter: <br /> <br /> AWS::NotificationARNs: Returns the list of notification Amazon Resource Names (ARNs) for the current stack. <br /> AWS::Region Returns a string representing the AWS Region in which the encompassing resource is being created. <br /> AWS::StackId Returns the ID of the stack as specified with the cfn-create-stack command. <br /> AWS::StackName Returns the name of the stack as specified with the cfn-create-stack command. <br /> <br /> And you can use all of these functions and parameters in your templates to customize your templates and make them more reusable by removing hardcoded values like Azs, region names, ... <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  • AWS CloudFormation provides the following helpers to allow you to deploy your application code or application and OS configuration at the time you launch your EC2 instances: <br /> <br /> cfn-init: Used to retrieve and interpret the resource metadata, installing packages, creating files and starting services. <br /> <br /> cfn-signal: A simple wrapper to signal a CloudFormation WaitCondition allowing you to synchronize other resources in the stack with the application being ready. <br /> <br /> cfn-get-metadata: A wrapper script making it easy to retrieve either all metadata defined for a resource or path to a specific key or subtree of the resource metadata. <br /> <br /> cfn-hup: A daemon to check for updates to metadata and execute custom hooks when the changes are detected. <br />

Masterclass Webinar - AWS CloudFormation Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Masterclass AWS CloudFormation Ian Massingham – Technical Evangelist @IanMmmm
  • 2. A technical deep dive beyond the basics Help educate you on how to get the best from AWS technologies Show you how things work and how to get things done Broaden your knowledge in ~45 mins Masterclass
  • 3. An easy way to create & manage a collection of AWS resources Allows orderly and predictable provisioning and updating of resources Allows you to version control your AWS infrastructure Deploy and update stacks using console, command line or API Available at no additional charge, you only pay for the resources you create AWS CloudFormation
  • 4. CloudFormation Don’t reinvent the wheel Declarative & Flexible Transparent and Open No Extra Charge Integration Ready Customized via Parameters
  • 5. Template CloudFormation Stack JSON formatted file Parameter definition Resource creation Configuration actions Configured AWS services Comprehensive service support Service event aware Customisable Framework Stack creation Stack updates Error detection and rollback CloudFormation – Components & Technology
  • 6. Creating Templates Using a Template to Create and Manage a Stack Working with the CloudFormation API Working with AWS Resources Bootstrapping Applications and Handling Updates
  • 7. Creating Templates
  • 8. CloudFormation Templates Familiar JSON Format ReusableManage Relationships Automate Generation Avoid Collisions Provide Feedback Write & GoLook Up Resources
  • 9. { "Description" : "A text description for the template usage", "Parameters": { // A set of inputs used to customize the template per deployment }, "Resources" : { // The set of AWS resources and relationships between them }, "Outputs" : { // A set of values to be made visible to the stack creator }, "AWSTemplateFormatVersion" : "2010-09-09” } High Level Template Structure
  • 10. { "Description": "Create an EC2 instance running the latest Amazon Linux AMI.", "Parameters": { "KeyPair": { "Description": "The EC2 Key Pair to allow SSH access to the instance", "Type": "String" } }, "Resources": { "Ec2Instance": { "Properties": { "ImageId": "ami-dd925baa", "InstanceType" : "m3.medium", "KeyName": { "Ref": "KeyPair" } }, "Type": "AWS::EC2::Instance" } }, "Outputs": { "InstanceId": { "Description": "The InstanceId of the newly created EC2 instance", "Value": { "Ref": "Ec2Instance" } } }, "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09" } A Simple Template that creates an EC2 Instance
  • 11. { "Description": "Create an EC2 instance running the latest Amazon Linux AMI.", "Parameters": { "KeyPair": { "Description": "The EC2 Key Pair to allow SSH access to the instance", "Type": "String" } }, "Resources": { "Ec2Instance": { "Properties": { "ImageId": "ami-dd925baa", "InstanceType" : "m3.medium", "KeyName": { "Ref": "KeyPair" } }, "Type": "AWS::EC2::Instance" } }, "Outputs": { "InstanceId": { "Description": "The InstanceId of the newly created EC2 instance", "Value": { "Ref": "Ec2Instance" } } }, "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09" } A Simple Template that creates an EC2 Instance You will be asked to enter values for these parameters when you create your stack
  • 12. { "Description": "Create an EC2 instance running the latest Amazon Linux AMI.", "Parameters": { "KeyPair": { "Description": "The EC2 Key Pair to allow SSH access to the instance", "Type": "String" } }, "Resources": { "Ec2Instance": { "Properties": { "ImageId": "ami-dd925baa", "InstanceType" : "m3.medium", "KeyName": { "Ref": "KeyPair" } }, "Type": "AWS::EC2::Instance" } }, "Outputs": { "InstanceId": { "Description": "The InstanceId of the newly created EC2 instance", "Value": { "Ref": "Ec2Instance" } } }, "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09" } A Simple Template that creates an EC2 Instance Includes statically defined properties (ImageID & Instance Type) plus a reference to the KeyPair parameter. ImageID is the AMI specific to the region that you will launch this stack in
  • 13. { "Description": "Create an EC2 instance running the latest Amazon Linux AMI.", "Parameters": { "KeyPair": { "Description": "The EC2 Key Pair to allow SSH access to the instance", "Type": "String" } }, "Resources": { "Ec2Instance": { "Properties": { "ImageId": "ami-dd925baa", "InstanceType" : "m3.medium", "KeyName": { "Ref": "KeyPair" } }, "Type": "AWS::EC2::Instance" } }, "Outputs": { "InstanceId": { "Description": "The InstanceId of the newly created EC2 instance", "Value": { "Ref": "Ec2Instance" } } }, "AWSTemplateFormatVersion": "2010-09-09" } A Simple Template that creates an EC2 Instance These outputs will be returned once the template has completed execution
  • 14. Creating & Managing Stacks
  • 15. Using a template to create and manage a stack
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  • 41. aws cloudformation create-stack --stack-name ec2InstanceCmdLineDemo --template-url https://s3-eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/cf-templates- 1fhelryvrdrbr-eu-west-1/2014174d0r-ec2Instance.template --parameters ParameterKey=KeyPair,ParameterValue=ManagementKeyPair arn:aws:cloudformation:eu-west- 1:554625704737:stack/ec2InstanceCmdLineDemo/42cc6150-fad7-11e3-8f4d- 5017e1aef4e7 Using a template to create and manage a stack via the AWS CLI Returns the details of the created stack, in the output format of your choice
  • 42. Using a template to create and manage a stack via the AWS CLI
  • 43. cancel-update-stack get-stack-policy create-stack get-template delete-stack list-stack-resources describe-stack-events list-stacks describe-stack-resource set-stack-policy describe-stack-resources update-stack describe-stacks validate-template $ aws cloudformation update-stack help Other AWS CLI actions for CloudFormation As usual, you can get more details via the AWS CLI
  • 44. $ aws cloudformation update-stack help SYNOPSIS update-stack --stack-name <value> [--template-body <value>] [--template-url <value>] [--use-previous-template | --no-use-previous-template] [--stack-policy-during-update-body <value>] [--stack-policy-during-update-url <value>] [--parameters <value>] [--capabilities <value>] [--stack-policy-body <value>] [--stack-policy-url <value>] [--notification-arns <value>] Help via the AWS CLI
  • 45. $ aws cloudformation update-stack help SYNOPSIS update-stack --stack-name <value> [--template-body <value>] [--template-url <value>] [--use-previous-template | --no-use-previous-template] [--stack-policy-during-update-body <value>] [--stack-policy-during-update-url <value>] [--parameters <value>] [--capabilities <value>] [--stack-policy-body <value>] [--stack-policy-url <value>] [--notification-arns <value>] CloudFormation API Reference : docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html
  • 46. Working with AWS Resources
  • 47. Designed to use your existing experience with AWS. Each resource has a set of parameters with names that are identical to the names used to create the resources through their native API. Working with AWS Resources Template reference: docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/template-reference.html
  • 48. Working with AWS Resources "myVolume" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Volume", "Properties" : { "Size" : "10", "SnapshotId" : "snap-7b8fd361", "AvailabilityZone" : "eu-west-1a" } } This example defines an Amazon EBS Volume with a logical name ‘myVolume’. Its type is "AWS::EC2::Volume” If you’ve used EBS previously, the properties should look very familiar
  • 49. Working with AWS Resources "InstanceSecurityGroup" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup", "Properties" : { "GroupDescription" : "Enable SSH access via port 22", "SecurityGroupIngress" : [ { "IpProtocol" : "tcp", "FromPort" : "22", "ToPort" : "22", "CidrIp" : "0.0.0.0/0" } ] } } Creating a Security Group resource
  • 50. Working with AWS Resources • Auto Scaling • Amazon CloudFront • AWS CloudWatch • Amazon DynamoDB • Amazon EC2 • Amazon ElastiCache • AWS Elastic Beanstalk • AWS Elastic Load Balancing • AWS Identity and Access Management • Amazon RDS • Amazon Redshift • Amazon Route 53 • Amazon S3 • Amazon SimpleDB • Amazon SNS • Amazon SQS • Amazon VPC Supported AWS Services:
  • 51. Referencing Properties of Another Resource
  • 52. { "Resources" : { "Ec2Instance" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Properties" : { "SecurityGroups" : [ { "Ref" : "InstanceSecurityGroup" } ], "KeyName" : "mykey", "ImageId" : "ami-7a11e213” } }, "InstanceSecurityGroup" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup", "Properties" : { "GroupDescription" : "Enable SSH access via port 22", "SecurityGroupIngress" : [ { "IpProtocol" : "tcp", "FromPort" : "22", "ToPort" : "22", "CidrIp" :"0.0.0.0/0" } ] } } } }
  • 53. { "Resources" : { "Ec2Instance" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Properties" : { "SecurityGroups" : [ { "Ref" : "InstanceSecurityGroup" }, , "MyExistingSG" ], "KeyName" : "mykey", "ImageId" : "ami-7a11e213" } }, "InstanceSecurityGroup" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::SecurityGroup", "Properties" : { "GroupDescription" : "Enable SSH access via port 22", "SecurityGroupIngress" : [ { "IpProtocol" : "tcp", "FromPort" : "22", "ToPort" : "22", "CidrIp" :"0.0.0.0/0" } ] } } } }
  • 54. Referencing Input Parameters
  • 55. { "Parameters" : { "KeyPair" : { "Description" : "The EC2 Key Pair to allow SSH access to the instance", "Type" : "String" }, "Resources" : { "Ec2Instance" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Properties" : { "SecurityGroups" : [ { "Ref" : "InstanceSecurityGroup" }], "KeyName" : { "Ref" : "KeyPair"}, "ImageId" : "" } }, … } }
  • 56. "WordPressUser": { "Default": "admin", "Description" : "The WordPress database admin account username", "Type": "String", "MinLength": "1", "MaxLength": "16", "AllowedPattern" : "[a-zA-Z][a-zA-Z0-9]*" }, Validate your input parameters with : Maxlength, MinLength, MaxValue, MinValue, AllowedPattern, AllowedValues
  • 57. Conditional Values
  • 58. {"Mappings" : { "RegionMap" : { "us-east-1" : { "AMI" : "ami-76f0061f" }, "us-west-1" : { "AMI" : "ami-655a0a20" }, "eu-west-1" : { "AMI" : "ami-7fd4e10b" }, "ap-southeast-1" : { "AMI" : "ami-72621c20" }, "ap-northeast-1" : { "AMI" : "ami-8e08a38f" } } }, "Resources" : { "Ec2Instance" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Properties" : { "KeyName" : { "Ref" : "KeyName" }, “ImageId" : { "Fn::FindInMap" : [ "RegionMap", { "Ref" : "AWS::Region" }, "AMI" ]} } } } }
  • 59. Pseudo parameters AWS::NotificationARNs AWS::Region AWS::StackId AWS::StackName Intrinsic functions Fn::Base64 Fn::FindInMap Fn::GetAtt Fn::GetAZs Fn::Join Fn::Select Ref Other intrinsic functions and pseudo parameters
  • 60. Working with non-AWS Resources Defining custom resources allows you to include non-AWS resources in a CloudFormation stack More on Custom Resources in ‘AWS CloudFormation under the Hood’ from re:Invent 2013: http://youtu.be/ZhGMaw67Yu0 AWS CloudFormation Custom Resource Walkthrough documentation: docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/crpg-walkthrough.html
  • 61. Bootstrapping Applications and Handling Updates
  • 62. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates "Resources" : { "Ec2Instance" : { "Type" : "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Properties" : { "KeyName" : { "Ref" : "KeyName" }, "SecurityGroups" : [ { "Ref" : "InstanceSecurityGroup" } ], "ImageId" : { "Fn::FindInMap" : [ "RegionMap", { "Ref" : "AWS::Region" }, "AMI" ]}, "UserData" : { "Fn::Base64" : { "Fn::Join" : ["",[ "#!/bin/bash -ex","n", "yum -y install gcc-c++ make","n", "yum -y install mysql-devel sqlite-devel","n", "yum -y install ruby-rdoc rubygems ruby-mysql ruby-devel","n", "gem install --no-ri --no-rdoc rails","n", "gem install --no-ri --no-rdoc mysql","n", "gem install --no-ri --no-rdoc sqlite3","n", "rails new myapp","n", "cd myapp","n", "rails server -d","n", "curl -X PUT -H 'Content-Type:' --data-binary '{"Status" : "SUCCESS",", ""Reason" : "The application myapp is ready",", Option 1: Continue to use EC2 UserData, which is available as a property of AWS::EC2::Instance resources
  • 63. cfn-hup cfn-signal cfn-get- metadata Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates Amazon EC2AWS CloudFormation cfn-init Option 2: AWS CloudFormation provides helper scripts for deployment within your EC2 instances Metadata Key — AWS::CloudFormation::Init Cfn-init reads this metadata key and installs the packages listed in this key (e.g., httpd, mysql, and php). Cfn-init also retrieves and expands files listed as sources.
  • 64. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates "Resources" : { "WebServer": { "Type": "AWS::EC2::Instance", "Metadata" : { "Comment1" : "Configure the bootstrap helpers to install the Apache Web Server and PHP", "Comment2" : "The website content is downloaded from the CloudFormationPHPSample.zip file", "AWS::CloudFormation::Init" : { "config" : { "packages" : { "yum" : { "mysql" : [], "mysql-server" : [], "mysql-libs" : [], "httpd" : [], "php" : [], "php-mysql" : [] } }, "sources" : { "/var/www/html" : "https://s3.amazonaws.com/cloudformation-examples/CloudFormationPHPSample.zip" } } } }
  • 65. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates "Properties": { "ImageId" : { "Fn::FindInMap" : [ "AWSRegionArch2AMI", { "Ref" : "AWS::Region" }, { "Fn::FindInMap" : [ "AWSInstanceType2Arch", { "Ref" : "InstanceType" }, "Arch" ] } ] }, "InstanceType" : { "Ref" : "InstanceType" }, "SecurityGroups" : [ {"Ref" : "WebServerSecurityGroup"} ], "KeyName" : { "Ref" : "KeyName" }, "UserData" : { "Fn::Base64" : { "Fn::Join" : ["", [ "#!/bin/bash -vn", "yum update -y aws-cfn-bootstrapn", "# Install packagesn", "/opt/aws/bin/cfn-init -s ", { "Ref" : "AWS::StackName" }, " -r WebServer ", " --region ", { "Ref" : "AWS::Region" }, " || error_exit 'Failed to run cfn-init'n" ]]}} } }, The UserData key allows you to execute shell commands. This template issues two shell commands: the first command installs the AWS CloudFormation helper scripts; the second executes the cfn-init script.
  • 66. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates "files" : { "/tmp/setup.mysql" : { "content" : { "Fn::Join" : ["", [ "CREATE DATABASE ", { "Ref" : "DBName" }, ";n", "GRANT ALL ON ", { "Ref" : "DBName" }, ".* TO '", { "Ref" : "DBUsername" }, "'@localhost IDENTIFIED BY '", { "Ref" : "DBPassword" }, "';n" ]]}, "mode" : "000644", "owner" : "root", "group" : "root" } } The files key allows you to write files to the instance filesystem
  • 67. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates "services" : { "sysvinit" : { "mysqld" : { "enabled" : "true", "ensureRunning" : "true" }, "httpd" : { "enabled" : "true", "ensureRunning" : "true" } } The services key allows you ensures that the services are not only running when cfn-init finishes (ensureRunning is set to true); but that they are also restarted upon reboot (enabled is set to true). More on Deploying Applications with AWS CloudFormation: docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/deploying.applications.html
  • 68. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates Yes! All that functionality is available for your Windows instances too! Bootstrapping AWS CloudFormation Windows Stacks: docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/cfn-windows-stacks-bootstrapping.html
  • 69. Bootstrapping Applications & Handling Updates Find out more here: aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/aws-cloudformation-articles-and-tutorials/ What about Chef? and/or What about Puppet?
  • 70. Some other things…
  • 71. Who is using CloudFormation? Find out more about these and other AWS case studies: aws.amazon.com/solutions/case-studies/
  • 72. Intuit’s CloudFormation Story Code / CI / Artifact Simple Deploy CloudFormation Autoscaling Userdata CloudFormation::Init Chef Bootstrapping "run_chef": { "commands": { "run_chef": { "command": "/usr/bin/chef-solo –c /var/chef/config/solo.rb –o ", { "Ref", "Role" } } } } Check out CloudFormation Zero to Sixty from re:Invent 2013: http://youtu.be/-0ELfN-kb7g
  • 73. Resources to learn more Getting Started with AWS CloudFormation: docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSCloudFormation/latest/UserGuide/GettingStarted.html AWS CloudFormation Templates & Samples: aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/aws-cloudformation-templates/ aws.amazon.com/cloudformation/aws-cloudformation-templates/aws-cloudformation-templates-eu-west-1/ AWS cfncluster HPC deployment framework: github.com/awslabs/cfncluster/
  • 74. Summary
  • 75. CloudFormation Don’t reinvent the wheel Declarative & Flexible Transparent and Open No Extra Charge Integration Ready Customized via Parameters
  • 76. Find out more: aws.amazon.com/cloudformation
  • 77. AWS Training & Certification Certification aws.amazon.com/certification Demonstrate your skills, knowledge, and expertise with the AWS platform Self-Paced Labs aws.amazon.com/training/ self-paced-labs Try products, gain new skills, and get hands-on practice working with AWS technologies aws.amazon.com/training Training Skill up and gain confidence to design, develop, deploy and manage your applications on AWS
  • 78. Ian Massingham – Technical Evangelist @IanMmmm @AWS_UKI for local AWS events & news @AWScloud for Global AWS News and Announcements ©Amazon.com, Inc. and its affiliates. All rights reserved.
  • 79. We typically see customers start by trying our services Get started now at : aws.amazon.com/getting-started
  • 80. Design your application for the AWS Cloud More details on the AWS Architecture Center at : aws.amazon.com/architecture