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  1. Preface
  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
  6. SAML single sign-on
  7. Source control and service upgrade settings
  8. Users and user groups
  9. User roles
  10. Permissions
  11. Runtime environments
  12. Serverless runtime environments
  13. Secure Agent services
  14. Secure Agent installation
  15. Schedules
  16. Bundle management
  17. Event monitoring
  18. File transfer
  19. Troubleshooting

Administrator

Administrator

Introducing Administrator

Introducing
Administrator

Administrator
provides organization management capabilities across
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
.
Use
Administrator
to manage the following aspects of your organization:
Organization and sub-organizations
Configure settings for your organization and sub-organizations such as password requirements, trusted IP addresses, connection properties storage, time zone and email notification settings for
Data Integration
tasks, CLAIRE™ recommendation preferences, and Enterprise Data Catalog settings. Create and manage sub-organizations.
For information about organizations and sub-organizations, see Organizations.
Licenses
View your organization's licenses, manage sub-organization licenses, and view metering information which includes job limits and usage information.
For information about licenses and metering, see Licenses.
Ecosystem and SAML single sign-on
Configure single-sign on settings for Microsoft Azure. Enable single sign-on capability for a SAML third-party identity provider.
For information about Microsoft Azure single sign-on settings, see Ecosystem single sign-on. For information about enabling and configuring SAML single sign-on, see SAML single sign-on.
Source control and Secure Agent service upgrade settings
Configure source control to enable version management for projects, folders, and assets.
Configure upgrade error handling and upgrade restart schedules for some Secure Agent services.
For more information about source control and Secure Agent service upgrade settings, see Source control and service upgrade settings.
Users, user groups, and user roles
Create and configure individual user accounts to allow access to your organization. Create groups of users that can perform the same tasks. Create and configure roles to define the privileges for your users and user groups.
For information about users and user groups, see Users and user groups. For information about user roles, see User roles.
Permissions
Configure the access rights that users and user groups have for objects such as Secure Agents, Secure Agent groups, connections, and schedules.
For information about permissions and configuring permissions, see Permissions.
Runtime environments
Download and install Secure Agents. Create and configure Secure Agent groups.
For information about Secure Agents and Secure Agent groups, see Runtime environments. For information about downloading and installing a Secure Agent, see Secure Agent installation.
Serverless runtime environments
Use a runtime environment that
Data Integration
manages to reduce maintenance overhead. The serverless runtime environment can run
mapping
tasks that are based on a mapping or an
elastic mapping
.
To use a serverless runtime environment, you must have a private cloud on the AWS cloud platform.
For information about serverless runtime environments, see Serverless runtime environments.
Secure Agent services
Configure settings for the microservices that the Secure Agent uses for data processing such as the
Elastic Server
, CIH Processor, Data Integration Server, EDC Search Agent, and Process Server.
For information about Secure Agent services and their configuration, see Secure Agent services.
Elastic clusters
Manage the ephemeral clusters that your organization can use to process data integration jobs on the
Serverless Spark engine
.
For information about
elastic clusters
, see
Data Integration Elastic
Administration
.
Schedules
Create schedules to run tasks or taskflows at specified times or at regular intervals. Define a blackout period in which no scheduled tasks or jobs in your organization can run.
For information about schedules and organization blackout periods, see Schedules.
Add-on bundles
Install, copy, upgrade, and uninstall sets of related mappings, mapping tasks, mapplets, and Visio templates that
Data Integration
users can use in data integration projects.
For information about managing add-on bundles, see Bundle management.
Event monitoring
Monitor events for the assets, licenses, users, and Secure Agents in your organization through the asset and security logs.
For information about asset and security logs, see Event monitoring.
File transfer
Configure your organization's file server to securely send and receive files from a business partner's remote server. Configure a connection, and then send the files to your partners using the
Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services
REST API.
For information about file servers and file transfer, see File transfer.


Updated August 03, 2020