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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

Configure the PowerCenter Repository Service

Configure the PowerCenter Repository Service

In the
PowerCenter Repository Service information
section of the
Create service
page, you can provide the connectivity information for the PowerCenter Repository Service and the database information for the PowerCenter repository.
  1. Enter the name of the PowerCenter Repository Service and its working directory and domain. The default name of the service is pcrs.
    • The name of the service must be unique within the domain. It must not exceed 128 characters or begin the special character
      @
      . It must also not contain spaces or the following special characters:
      ` ~ % ^ * + = { } \ ; : ' " / ? . , < > | ! ( ) ] [
    • You cannot change the name of the service after it is created.
  2. Enter the image name and HTTP port of the node on which the PowerCenter Repository Service needs to run.
  3. Optionally, set additional environment variables, expose additional ports, and add additional host alias names for the service.
    If you choose to set additional environment variables, expose additional ports, or add additional host alias names for the service, ensure that you also include the existing values in the list. This prevents the existing domain configurations from getting affected.
  4. Select the code page for the service. If you choose to specify a custom code page, enter the name of the page.
  5. Select the database to use for the PowerCenter repository, and then enter the database user account, password, and the JDBC connection string to connect to the database.
    You can use the following syntax in the JDBC connection string:
    Oracle
    jdbc:Informatica:oracle://<host name>:<port number>;ServiceName=<service name>;EncryptionMethod=SSL;HostNameInCertificate=<database host name>;ValidateServerCertificate=<true or false>
    PostgreSQL
    jdbc:Informatica:postgresql://<host name>:<port number>;DatabaseName=<database name>;EncryptionMethod=SSL;HostNameInCertificate=<database host name>;ValidateServerCertificate=<true or false>
    Microsoft SQL Server
    jdbc:Informatica:sqlserver://<host name>:<port number>;SelectMethod=cursor;DatabaseName=<database name>;EncryptionMethod=SSL;HostNameInCertificate=<database host name>;ValidateServerCertificate=<true or false>
  6. Optionally, choose to configure the pod resources, and then update the request and maximum limit values of CPU and memory resources allocated for the service.
  7. Click
    Create service
    .
The service is created. You can view the status of the service along with the tasks performed by the installer in the log summary.


Updated May 31, 2021