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Next we start by giving a name to the instance to be created. Then we select a region. The best option is to select a region that is in close proximity. The regions can be further specified by selecting a zone under them this is an optional choice and may be left as the default value. Now we will select the operating system that we want the system to use. We will click on that to view an advanced options section. Navigating to the Security tab we can add our public ssh key into the box. We should add a name at the end of the ssh key if there is not one as that will the username we shall use to connect to the instance later on. This tag will later be used to bind firewall rules to the instance.