As I promised in a further post I document here in my blog further steps and experiences in running Scalr on an own server infrastructure.
After Scalr was set up as described in my first post, some additional configurations have to be done to get in detailed touch with Scalr 1.1.0.
First log in as admin user to the Scalr frontend and create a new system user (“Client”) and activate it. After successful login with the new created and active user, you have to enter your AWS credentials and upload your public and private key from your AWS account.
The next screenshot show the configuration within my user.
Be aware to set this configuration right otherwise you will not be able to proceed.