Run the following command to setup the deployment. Accept the EULA displayed on the screen for ABS for installation to start.
[pi-api-deployment]# ./bin/ install
Please see /opt/pingidentity/pi-api-deployment/logs/ansible.log for more details.

To verify a successful setup, view the ansible.log file. Here is a log file snippet for a successful setup:

[pi-api-deployment]# tail -f logs/ansible.log
Current Time: Sun Jun 07 06:06:22 EST 2020
Starting setup scripts
Sun Jun 07 06:06:22 EST 2020: Setting up local environment
Sun Jun 07 06:06:22 EST 2020: Installing packages
Sun Jun 07 06:06:23 EST 2020: Installing pip and ansible
PLAY RECAP *********************************************************************                  : ok=9    changed=0    unreachable=0    failed=0             : ok=25   changed=13   unreachable=0    failed=0             : ok=57   changed=39   unreachable=0    failed=0             : ok=56   changed=35   unreachable=0    failed=0

Sun Jun 07 06:23:37 EST 2020: Setup successful

Updated PingIntelligence packages

The automated deployment framework creates the updated package for each PingIntelligence component and stores them in the /opt/pingidentity/pi-api-deployment/software/updated_packages directory. The keys, passwords, and port number in these packages are the ones that you configured using the yml files in the/opt/pingidentity/pi-api-deployment/config directory. You can use these packages to install PingIntelligence components on other instances.

Note: The CLI admin password in ASE and ABS is saved in the updated packages. If you want to change the CLI admin password, use the update_password command in ASE and ABS to manually update the password.