Skip to content
Branch: master
Find file Copy path
Find file Copy path
1 contributor

Users who have contributed to this file

33 lines (20 sloc) 1.61 KB

DetectionLab Terraform

Method 1 - Pre-built AMIs

Estimated time to build: 30 minutes

As of March 2019, I am now sharing pre-built AMIs on the Amazon Marketplace. The code inside of uses Terraform data sources to determine the correct AMI ID and will use the pre-built AMIs by default.

Using this method, it should be possible to bring DetectionLab online in under 30 minutes.

The instructions for deploying DetectionLab in AWS using the pre-built AMIs are available here: Pre-Built AMIs README

Method 2 - Building the VMs locally and exporting them to AWS as AMIs

Estimated time to build: 3-4 hours

One method for spinning up DetectionLab in AWS is to begin by using Virtualbox or VMware to build DetectionLab locally. You can then use AWS's VM import capabilities to create AMIs based off of the virtual machines. Once that process is complete, the infrastructure can easily be spun up using a Terraform configuration file.

This method has the benefit of allowing users to customize the VMs before importing them to AWS.

The instructions for deploying DetectionLab in AWS via this method are available here: Build Your Own AMIs README

Current AMI Listing

Region Name AMI-ID
us-west-1 detectionlab-dc ami-03e2df055c632a0dd
us-west-1 detectionlab-wef ami-03c82482c03a740c5
us-west-1 detectionlab-win10 ami-0a4644e74768900f7
us-east-1 detectionlab-dc ami-0eba8a430eb9c0d92
us-east-1 detectionlab-wef ami-077981880d8b81b6b
us-east-1 detectionlab-win10 ami-0d1b75d4a41ff0e0a
You can’t perform that action at this time.