Configuring the Ecosystem Manager Portlet on the Viewpoint Server
You can use the Ecosystem Manager portlet to connect to a Teradata Database system on AWS or an on-premises Teradata Database system.
- From the AWS Web Console, note the Private IP and either the Public IP or Public DNS of the Ecosystem Manager instance and the Viewpoint instance.For information, see Connection Considerations.
- From your SSH client console, log on to the Viewpoint instance as ec2-user using the applicable AWS key pair.
# ssh -i private-key-file ec2-user@public-DNS or public-IPwhere:
- The private-key-file is the private key file (.pem) of the AWS key pair specified when launching the instance.
- The public-DNS or public-IP is the DNS host name or public IP of the Viewpoint instance.
- Switch to the root user environment.
# sudo su -
- Change the directory and configure the Ecosystem Manager portlet.
# cd /opt/teradata/viewpoint/portlets/em-portlets/uiConfig.sh ./uiConfig.sh active-em-server standby-em-server em-passwordwhere:
- active-em-server is the DNS host name of the active Ecosystem Manager server.
- standby-em-server is the DNS host name of the standby Ecosystem Manager server. If you have not set up a standby Ecosystem Manager server, use the DNS host name of the active Ecosystem Manager server.
- em-password in the Ecosystem Manager user password (the default password is em).
- From your browser, display the Viewpoint portal log on screen.
http://public-DNS/cwhere: public-DNS is the DNS host name of the Viewpoint instance.
- Log on to the Viewpoint portal using administrator credentials.For more information, see the Teradata Ecosystem Manager User Guide.