Prerequisites

You need a few things before you can install and run Jaspersoft Business Intelligence on Amazon Web Services:

An Amazon Web Services (AWS) account.

If you already have an account, log into AWS.

To create an AWS account, go to the Amazon Web Services sign up page, select My Account > AWS Management Console, then click Create a new AWS account and follow the instructions.

If you have a personal Amazon.com account stored in your browser, AWS uses that account by default. You need to sign out of Amazon or, preferably, use a different browser to set up an AWS account separate from your personal account.

A valid Amazon key pair in your account. If you don't have a valid key pair, follow the instructions on the AWS documentation site: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/ec2-key-pairs.html
The Required Permissions for using our CloudFormation templates and connecting to a data source.
If you plan to use Jaspersoft for AWS BYOL, you'll need an annual subscription license. To purchase licenses for BYOL contact TIBCO Jaspersoft Sales

The procedures in this section work for both TIBCO Jaspersoft Reporting and Analytics for AWS (Hourly and BYOL) for AWS and TIBCO Jaspersoft for AWS with MultiTenancy.

Required Permissions

Depending on how you use Jaspersoft for AWS, you'll need various permission sets.

Using our CloudFormation (CF) templates:

Using our CF templates typically requires some admin permissions. AWS permissions required to launch a new JasperReports Server instance include:

CloudFormation create stack and events
Create and run EC2 instances
Create EC2 security groups
Create IAM resources

AWS permissions required to launch the template to create a new JasperReports Server role or user include:

Create IAM resources
Grant access to RDS, Redshift, and EC2

Connecting to the data source:

Permissions required to connect to the data source include:

Access to RDS and/or Redshift
Permissions to create and modify the database security groups in each
Permissions to create and modify EC2 security groups

Please note that this document does not address connectivity to Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR).

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