Configuring Clusters

You can open a cluster to check and edit all the information related to it. There are two different ways to do that:

  1. Click the node in the catalog tree that represents the cluster cluster_node and select open-text-btn in the emerging menu.

    Open a cluster from the catalog tree

    Open a cluster from the catalog tree

  2. Double-click its node.

A new tab will open in the main area of the Solution Manager Administration Tool with all the information of that cluster.

Cluster edit dialog - Global configuration

Cluster edit dialog - Global configuration

Nevertheless, the dialog you see and the available options depend on the kind of user you are.

Each role can see the following fields:

SM admin

promotion

promotion admin

global admin

Name

dot

dot

dot

dot

Description

dot

dot

dot

dot

Cluster enabled

dot

dot

dot

dot

Key Pair

dot

dot

dot

dot

Subnet

dot

dot

dot

dot

TLS Configuration

dot

dot

dot

dot

S3 logging enabled

dot

dot

dot

dot

Design Studio URL

dot

dot

dot

dot

Load balancing variables

dot

dot

dot

Scheduler properties

dot

dot

dot

Logging

dot

dot

And edit the following fields:

SM admin

promotion

promotion admin

global admin

Number of instances

dot

dot

Instance type

dot

dot

Load Balancer

dot

dot

Auto Scaling

dot

dot

EBS Volume size

dot

dot

EBS Volume type

dot

dot

EBS optimized

dot

dot

AMI

dot

dot

JVM options

dot

dot

Security Group

dot

dot

Instance Name Prefix

dot

dot

If you select any of the server types (VDP Instances, Data Catalog Instances or Scheduler Instances) the following information will show:

Cluster edit dialog - Server type

Cluster edit dialog - Server type

Each role can see the following fields:

SM admin

promotion

promotion admin

global admin

Name

dot

dot

Description

dot

dot

Cluster enabled

dot

dot

Key Pair

dot

dot

Subnet

dot

dot

TLS Configuration

dot

dot

S3 logging enabled

dot

dot

Design Studio URL

dot

dot

Load balancing variables

dot

dot

dot

Scheduler properties

dot

dot

dot

Logging

dot

dot

And edit the following fields:

SM admin

promotion

promotion admin

global admin

Number of instances

dot

dot

Instance type

dot

dot

Load Balancer

Auto Scaling

dot

dot

EBS Volume size

dot

dot

EBS Volume type

dot

dot

EBS optimized

dot

dot

AMI

dot

dot

JVM options

dot

dot

Security Group

dot

dot

Instance Name Prefix

dot

dot

Further information on the fields can be found in Creating Clusters section.