Creating a Cloudbreak Credential on AWS
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Cloudbreak credential options on AWS

Before you can start creating clusters, you must first create a Cloudbreak credential. Without this credential, you will not be able to create clusters via Cloudbreak.

If you are launching Cloudbreak from the quickstart template, you should use the key-based credential.

If you are installing Cloudbreak for production, as part of the installation steps you had two options to allow Cloudbreak to authenticate with AWS and create resources on your behalf: key-based or role-based authentication. Depending on your choice, you should configure key-based or role-based credential. We recommend using role-based credential.