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After you have successfully followed the steps described in SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration Trial in Public Cloud - Getting Started, you will be redirected to the AWS CloudFormation page. A window with pre-loaded information will pop up.

Step 1 - Select Template

If you wish, you can change the “Stack Name” field, but don’t change the template URL. Click “Continue” to proceed to the next step.

Step 2 - Specify Parameters

Here you can read the template description. There is nothing to change in this step, just click "Continue" to proceed to the next step.

Step 3 - Add Tags

On this screen you can add various tags to help you manage your stack. You can read more about tags here. They are optional, so you can click “Continue” without adding any.

Step 4 - Review

Here you are provided with an overview of your stack. Once you click "Continue", AWS CloudFormation will start creating your stack.

Step 5 - Stack Creation

The stack, containing your instance, is now being created. You will be redirected to a management page on which you see all your stacks.

Close the pop-up window. In the “Events” tab you can keep track of your new stack’s creation.

The stack appears in the top part of the page. If its status doesn’t automatically change to “CREATE_COMPLETE”, you can refresh by clicking the button located in the top right corner of the page. Usually, the stack should be created within 2-3min.

Step 6 - Getting Instance Information

After the stack is successfully created, go to the “Outputs” tab to see the instance ID and IP address of your newly created instance.

You are now ready to use your SAP NetWeaver Proccess Orchestration Trial instance. For more details about managing it you can refer to SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration Trial in Public Cloud - Getting Started Step 6.