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AWS Automation Cookbook by Nikit Swaraj

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How to do it...

Before moving ahead, we again need to make sure  that the resources we created and configured should belong to the same AWS region.

  1. First of all, we have to set up the access key and secret key of the IAM user or allow the IAM role in Jenkins so that Jenkins can upload the artifact to the buckets. To do that, we need to click on Manage Jenkins and then Configure System:
  1. Once we click on Configure System, another page will open, where we have to scroll down and search for the Amazon S3 profiles section. When we we get to that section,  there will be a button Add. Click on that; it will ask the value of a field  Profile name ...

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