After creating the Admin user (in case of Redash AMI) or logging in using the credentials found in the system log (in case of Bitnami AMI), we should see the following screen, where the user will be guided through a short quickstart setup:
Before we can declare the installation as complete, let's SSH to the machine and check what processes are running there. In our example, the user is bitnami.
First, we SSH into the machine using the following code:
ssh -i $PATH_TO_YOUR_PEM_KEY bitnami@$PUBLIC_IP_OF_THE_MACHINE
When inside the machine, run the following code:
ps -ef | grep redash
We should get something similar ...