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Data Integration Elastic on AWS

To use Data Integration Elastic in an AWS environment, you perform the AWS integration tasks and create an elastic configuration to choose the cloud resources that you want to provision. A Secure Agent uses the elastic configuration to create an elastic cluster.
Your environment must have the minimum resource requirements to set up an elastic cluster and to run jobs on the cluster. The environment also uses multiple layers of security to protect your data based on the task that is performed, whether it's designing an elastic mapping, creating an elastic cluster, running jobs on the cluster, or polling logs. If you encounter errors in your environment, you can refer to the troubleshooting information.
For information about integrating Data Integration Elastic with the AWS cloud platform, see AWS integration tasks. For information about creating an elastic configuration, see Elastic configurations.
Note: In an AWS environment, you can use a serverless runtime environment instead of performing the integration tasks and creating an elastic configuration. For more information, see Runtime Environments.