Page created: 12 May 2021 |
Page updated: 1 Nov 2021
Commonly used terms for deployment machines
Following terms are frequently used during automated deployment steps:
- Management machine - Management host machine or a management machine is the server on which the PingIntelligence for APIs automated deployment script is downloaded and run.
- Host machine - Server or servers where PingIntelligence for APIs components are installed.
The following prerequisites must be met before proceeding with the installation:
- Management machine operating system :
- PingIntelligence for APIs, automated deployment requires RHEL 7.9 operating system on the management machine.
- Host machine operating system -PingIntelligence for APIs
host machine operating system can be RHEL 7.9 or Ubuntu 18.04 LTS. Important: For all the provisioned host machines, make sure the deployment is homogenous with respect to the operating systems and their versions. For example if the host machines are provisioned to run RHEL 7.9 then ensure all of them are running RHEL 7.9. Do not create a setup with a mixture of deployments across host machines.
- Ansible - The management host machine must have ansible 2.6.2 installed
- Python - The management host machine must have Python installed. The supported versions are Python 2.7 to Python 3.7.10.
- User - Automated installation requires a user with password-less
authentication for SSH connection to the host machines. User should also
sudoaccess to all the host machines. Alternatively, you can also set up a user with password by editing the
hostsfile. For more information on
hostsfile, see Step 3 - Configure hosts file and download software.
- fiewalld package - All the host machines should have an active
firewalld [python 2.7]package on both Ubuntu and RHEL machines. If the package is not available, then manually open the ports that are used in the deployment. For more information on ports, see the respective Change default settings topics.
- If you are deploying the setup on a Ubuntu machine, make sure that the
MongoDB host machine has
- Ensure that there are no pre-existing Java installations on the host
machines. You can use the command,
# java -versionto verify this. We highly recommend that you uninstall all existing versions of Java from the host machines, before proceeding with the installation of PingIntelligence components.