Enable a cluster for a service
After registering clusters with DPS, you must enable each cluster with one or more DPS services. Each DPS service has specific configuration requirements that a cluster must meet before it can be used with the service.
Clusters must be managed by Apache Ambari and registered with DPS Platform.
The services you are associating with the clusters must already be enabled in DPS Platform.
(Services) icon in the DPS Platform navigation pane.
The Services page displays. Services listed in the table have been enabled. Services identified by a tile icon are available to be enabled.
Click the row for a service.
A list displays of any clusters that have the required service engine or agent installed but have not yet been configured for use with the service.TipIf no clusters display for the service, verify that the clusters you expect to see have been registered with DPS Platform, and that the proper service engine or agent has been installed on the clusters.
Click Enable for the cluster you want to
use with the service.
A check runs to determine what configuration is required on the cluster for the service you selected. For example, a required service such as Apache Ranger might be installed on the clusters but not enabled in Apache Ambari.The Manual Install page displays, indicating what you need to configure on the cluster to make the cluster usable by the service.
Perform the actions stated on the Manual Install page.
The required actions often involve enabling a service from Ambari. For example:
You should complete the required actions before proceeding to the next step.
Click All the dependent services have been
installed..., and then click
Another configuration check is run and if all requirements are met, a verification message displays. If the check fails, a message displays identifying the configuration tasks still to be completed.
Click the name of the service for which you enabled the
cluster, and then enable Show All
The new cluster displays in the list on the Clusters page: