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  1. Abstract
  2. Supported Versions
  3. Install PowerCenter on Kubernetes
  4. Manage Existing PowerCenter Deployments
  5. Troubleshooting
  6. Appendix: Sample Silent Properties for Build Image

Install PowerCenter 10.5 on Kubernetes with Informatica Deployment Manager

Install PowerCenter 10.5 on Kubernetes with Informatica Deployment Manager

Complete the Domain Integration

Complete the Domain Integration

Complete the following tasks:
Update the hosts file to access the Administrator tool through the browser.
To access the Administrator tool from the clients or to communicate to the Administrator tool from the node port, enter the node external IP and pod name in the hosts file:
  1. To get the node name for the pod where you created the domain, enter the following command with the pod name:
    kubectl get pod <pod name> -o wide
    The output displays the node name on which the pod runs. Note the node name of the pod.
  2. To get the node's IP address, enter the following command with the node name:
    kubectl get node <node name> -o wide
    The output lists the node and the corresponding external IP. Note the external IP address of the node that has the pod running.
  3. On the Windows machine, add the following entry to the hosts file in the
    C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts
    path, and save the file:
    <Node external IP> <tab or space> <pod name>
    For example:
    37.100.167.23 infaserver
Log in to Informatica Administrator.
To connect to the Administrator tool, get the node IP on which the infaserver runs and the NodePort of the pod. To access the Administrator tool in a browser, enter the pod name followed by the NodePort number in the following format:
http://<pod name>:<node port>
Default Administrator tool node port number is 32008.
Create the application services if you did not create it during deployment.