This quick start guide will show you how to install and configure Takomo and deploy some basic infrastructure.
During this tutorial, you'll deploy some stacks, so you need an AWS account where you can safely try things out.
Create an IAM user with administrator permissions.
Next, create access keys for the IAM user and configure them to your ~/.aws/credentials file. Let's name our profile as takomo-quick-start.
[takomo-quick-start]aws_access_key_id = ENTER_YOUR_ACCESS_KEY_ID_HEREaws_secret_access_key = ENTER_YOUR_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY_HERE
We'll start by creating a new directory for your Takomo project:
From now on, we'll call the takomo-quick-start directory as project's root directory.
Change to the root directory and initialize a new NPM project:
cd takomo-quick-startnpm init -y
Add Takomo as a development dependency:
npm install -D takomo
Initialize a new Takomo project:
npx tkm init --create-samples --project quick-start --regions eu-west-1
From the command output you can see what directories and files were created. You might want to take a look at the files, there isn't much to see =).
Now that you have the project initialized, it's time to deploy the stacks. Go ahead and run the following command:
npx tkm stacks deploy --profile takomo-quick-start
Takomo will present you a deployment plan. Review it and continue when you are ready. Once the deployment completes, you can see a summary of what just happened.
You can remove the created stacks by running the following command:
npx tkm stacks undeploy --profile takomo-quick-start
You'll see a plan showing what will happen next. Review the plan and proceed. After the operation you'll see a summary.