Through Amazon Web Services (AWS), you can create virtual servers
(i.e., instances). You can install database and Galera software
on them. In this article, we’ll create three nodes, the minimum
recommended for a healthy cluster, and configure them to use
Assumptions & Preparation
We’re assuming you have an AWS account and know the basics of the EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) platform.
To access the nodes, you’ll need an encryption key. Create a new one specifically for Galera, using a tool such as ssh-keygen. Add that key to AWS, under Key Pairs.
Creating AWS Instances