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  3. Install Data Engineering Integration on Docker with the Container Utility (10.4.0 - 10.4.1)

Install Data Engineering Integration on Docker with the Container Utility (10.4.0 - 10.4.1)

Install Data Engineering Integration on Docker with the Container Utility (10.4.0 - 10.4.1)

Step 3. Create the Cluster Configuration

Step 3. Create the Cluster Configuration

Optionally, on the
Cluster configuration
page, you can specify the cluster configuration for the Hadoop environment.
  1. In the
    Cluster configuration information
    section, choose to enter the name of the cluster configuration to create.
  2. Specify the Hadoop distribution for the cluster from the drop down.
  3. Select the method to import the configuration properties from the Hadoop cluster to create the cluster configuration. You can import the properties from an archive file or directly from the cluster.
    • If you import from the archive file, enter the archive file and the cluster name.
      If you select MapR or Amazon EMR cluster, you must import the cluster configuration properties from an archive file.
    • If you import the properties directly from the cluster, specify the host name or IP address of the cluster manager. You also need to provide the cluster manager port, user name, password, and the name of the cluster. Use the display name if the cluster manager manages multiple clusters. If you do not provide a cluster name, the wizard imports information based on the default cluster.
  4. Optionally, choose to create the Hadoop, HDFS, Hive, and HBase connections.
    The installer appends the connection type to the cluster connection name to create each connection name.
  5. Optionally, you can choose to generate the silent properties for CI/CD.
    When you generate silent properties for CI/CD from the container utility, you can also copy all the installation options and the values specified in the container utility and later paste the contents into the property file for the silent installer.
  6. Click
    Run the docker image
    .
  7. To verify that the container is present in the host specified while the building the docker image and in the docker registry, run the docker ps -a command from the command prompt.
    Ensure that you can see the the container ID, image, names, command, created date, and status of each container appears.
    The following sample displays the result of the docker ps -a command:
    [root@irlcmg08 source]#docker ps -a CONTAINER ID PORTS IMAGE NAMES COMMAND CREATED STATUS 566c418d0972 informaticaltd/pcdqservices:1041pc "/Installer/launcher..." 2 days ago Up 2 days
  8. To verify all the docker images, run the
    docker images -a
    command in the command line.
    Ensure that you can see the repository name, tags, and the size information for the images.
After the docker image run completes, you can view the post-installation summary. You can view the installation log files to get more information about the tasks performed by the utility. The installation is complete when the Informatica_<Version>_Services_<timestamp>.log file is created in the installation directory.