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IBM developerWorks Cloud Trial – 90 daysSTEPS: Creating an Application Workload serviceDate:         April 25, 2012Version...
11) Click on the "Next" button12) In the "Add service instance - Step 2 of 4" wizard, type in a name for your serviceinsta...
ACCESS - Service instance27) You will be taken to the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" instance page(NOTE: t...
42) In the license agreement overlay, click on the "Accept" button43) In the "WebApp Pattern Type" option, click on the "E...
60) Click on the "Save" buttonVERIFY - Virtual Application Patterns61) In the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Service...
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IBM developerWorks Cloud Trial: Creating an Application Workload service: How to complete the wizard for provisioning an Application Workload service, how to monitor the provisioning of the service, how to log into the provisioned service, how to customize it.

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  1. 1. IBM developerWorks Cloud Trial – 90 daysSTEPS: Creating an Application Workload serviceDate: April 25, 2012Version: 1.00PREREQUISITE - Request and attained cloud trial accessBefore you can proceed, you need to have requested access to the dW Cloud Trialhttp://www.ibm.com/developerworks/expert/try/LOGIN - IBM SmartCloud portal01) Go to IBM SmartCloud portal:https://www.ibm.com/cloud/enterprise02) Login in with your IBM ID and password03) Click on "Submit" buttonCREATE - Service Instance04) Click on the "Control panel" tab05) Click on the "Service Instances" sub tab06) Click on the "Add service instance" button07) In the "Add service instance - Step 1 of 4" wizard, select "Public" for the "Type" pulldown.08) Select "Raleigh, U.S.A." for the "Data Center" pull down. Please note, you may also usethe "Makuhari, Japan" data center location as well.09) Click on the arrow iconography next to the "Data Center" pull down10) If you select “Raleigh, U.S.A” data center, then select "SCAWS-RTP” which has thedescription of “IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services (RTP)”. If you select“Makuhari, Japan” data center, then select "SCAWS-JP1” which has the description of “IBMSmartCloud Application Workload Services (JP1)”.
  2. 2. 11) Click on the "Next" button12) In the "Add service instance - Step 2 of 4" wizard, type in a name for your serviceinstance in the "Name" fieldex: WebApp base (Service Instance)13) Type in a description for your service instance in the "Description" text areaex: This is the base service instance for setting up and deploying patterns14) Click on the "Next" button15) In the "Add service instance - Step 2a of 4" wizard, type in the administrator passwordin the "Administrator password" fieldex: open4TRIAL16) Re-enter the administrator password in the "Re-enter Password" field17) Leave the remaining fields with default values: "Persistent Storage Id", "Service IPaddress", "VLAN ID", "VLAN Gateway IP address", and "Customer Subnet"18) Click on the "Next" button19) In the "Add service instance - Step 3 of 4" wizard, click on the "Next" button20) In the "Add service instance - Step 4 of 4" wizard, click on the "I agree" radio button21) Click on the "Submit" button22) Click on the "Return to control panel" button once the "Add service instance" completessuccessfully23) In the "Service instances" sub tab, select your service instance in the "My serviceinstances" section24) In the detailed view of your service instance, you will need for the instance to beprovisioned and started. This takes about 20/30 minutes25) Your service instance will be ready for you if it has a green status of "Active" or has ared status of "Unknown The server is down or you have not permanently accepted theserver certificate." Once your service instance has started, click on the "Manage serviceinstance" button26) A new tab will be loaded that may require you to accept the security certificate.
  3. 3. ACCESS - Service instance27) You will be taken to the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" instance page(NOTE: the URL below is an example and will not be the URL to your instance)ex: https://170.999.999.999/login/28) Enter the administration id in the "User name" fieldex: cbadmin29) Enter the administration ids password in the "Password" fieldex: open4TRIAL30) Click on the "Login" buttonUPDATE - Group Access information31) In the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" service instance portal, click onthe "Cloud" menu option32) In the "Cloud" sub menu, click on "Cloud Groups"33) In the "Cloud Groups" options, click on "SCE Default Cloud" cloud group <right side>34) In the "SCE Default Cloud" option, click on the "Login information"35) In the "User name" entry, click on "YOURUSERID" to edit the text field. Enter your SCEuser ID that you use to enter the IBM SmartCloud portal.36) In the "Password" entry, click on "edit" to display the password and re-enter passwordtext fields. Enter your SCE user IDs password. This should be the password for the user IDfrom the previous step.37) In the "Password" entry, click on the "Submit" buttonADD - Pattern types (instances)38) In the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" service instance portal, click onthe "Cloud" menu option39) In the "Cloud" sub menu, click on "Pattern Types"40) In the "Pattern Types" options, click on "WebApp Pattern Type 1.0.0.3" pattern typethat is associated with “WebApp Pattern Type 1.0” <right side>41) In the "WebApp Pattern Type" option, click on the "Accept..." link for "LicenseAgreement"
  4. 4. 42) In the license agreement overlay, click on the "Accept" button43) In the "WebApp Pattern Type" option, click on the "Enable..." link for "Status"44) Once both of these actions have been taken, the "License Agreement" will have"Accepted" and "Status" will have "Available"SET UP - Database Patterns45) In the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" service instance portal, click onthe "Patterns" menu option46) In the "Patterns" sub menu, click on "Database Patterns"47) In the "My Database Patterns" options, click on the "+" (green) button <right side>48) In the "Database Pattern" overlay, type in the database pattern name in the "Databasepattern name" fieldex: Transactional data base deployment pattern49) Type in the description in the "Database pattern description" fieldex: Database pattern50) Select "Non-Production" in the "Purpose" pull down51) Ignore the "Source" pull down52) Click on the "Departmental Transactional" workload type radio button53) Click on the "Save" button54) In the "My Database Patterns" options, click on the "+" (green) button <right side>55) In the "Database Pattern" overlay, type in the database pattern name in the "Databasepattern name" fieldex: Data Mart deployment pattern56) Type in the description in the "Database pattern description" fieldex: Database pattern57) Select "Non-Production" in the "Purpose" pull down58) Ignore the "Source" pull down59) Click on the "Data Mart" workload type radio button
  5. 5. 60) Click on the "Save" buttonVERIFY - Virtual Application Patterns61) In the "IBM SmartCloud Application Workload Services" service instance portal, click onthe "Patterns" menu option62) In the "Patterns" sub menu, click on "Virtual Applications"63) In the "Virtual Application Patterns" options, click on the virtual application patterns pulldown <right side>64) Ensure "Web Application Pattern Type 2.0" is listed in the virtual application patternspull down <right side>65) Ensure "WebApp Pattern Type 1.0" is listed in the virtual application patterns pull down<right side>COMPLETED - Service instance66) Your setup is now completed. You may start your usage. Good luck.INFORMATION – Additional resourcesIBM developerWorks Cloud Trial portalwww.ibm.com/developerworks/expert/IBM develperWorks Cloud Trial blogwww.ibm.com/developerworks/mydeveloperworks/blog/dwtrialIBM develperWorks Cloud Trial support forumwww.ibm.com/developerworks/expert/support/ 

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