After launching Cloudbreak, you must configure an external Cloudbreak database (if using Cloudbreak for production) and then create a Cloudbreak credential.
Configuring an external Cloudbreak database
By default, Cloudbreak, uses an embedded PostgreSQL database to persist data related to Cloudbreak, configuration and so on. This database is only suitable for non-production Cloudbreak, deployments. For production, you must configure an external Cloudbreak database.
Creating a Cloudbreak credential
This step is required. Only after you've performed it, you can start creating clusters. There are two ways to create a Cloudbreak credential on AWS. If you are just getting started with Cloudbreak, we recommend using the easier key-based credential method. For Cloudbreak credential options on AWS, refer to Credential options on AWS.