Configure CCM Wizard Properties
To configure the CCM wizard properties, follow this procedure.
Invoke the CCM wizard as a root user (see Virtual Appliance Process > Cloud-Specific Setup Details for a sample setup).
Configure the server properties.
Write this down for future reference!Write down the Field details in a printed version of thesection for later use.
The SMTP server details to send mail notifications. If you retain the default settings, the SMTP sever details are not configured.
SMTP Port Defaults to 465 SMTP Auth
- True = Authentication is required for the SMTP server.
- False = Authentication is not required for the SMTP server.
The mail authentication and configuration details to send mail notifications. If you retain the default settings, the mail functionality is not be configured and emails are not sent.
Your email address for the SMTP server
The password to log into the SMTP server
The email address (no reply) to initiate emails from the CCM server
Display Name The name to be displayed when you initiate emails from the CCM server Server_info (Required) Public DNS
DNS (or IP address) of the CCM – Used by the CCO VM to communicate with the CCM VM.
Monitor VM's complete URL. For example, https://<MON IP address>:8443.
- Requires HTTPS protocol.
- Used by the CCM VM to retrieve the health status from the Monitor VM.
Private IP address of the CCM VM – Used internally by the CloudCenter platform. Required for HA Mode.
The CloudCenter External URL for the CCM server. Required for HA Mode.
Used by the application profile templates.
CCM NON-HA appliance mode derives this information automatically from the PostgreSQL database.
CCM HA appliance mode does not have this information as the database and the CCM must both be configured to communicate with each other. As such, you must explicitly configure the application profile templates location in the database by providing the database information.
The default DB password = cliqr
Be sure to change the default password immediately after your first login. See PostgreSQL Password for additional context.
Required only if you installed Enterprise Service Bus (ESB), an optional component that is not installed in CloudCenter appliances by default.
The IP address or the hostname of the ESB AMQP server.
Rabbit Port 5671 Management Server Address The IP address or the hostname of the CCM server. Notification Server Address The IP address or the hostname of the Notification server (ideally, the same as the CCM server). Trust Store Password The trust store password for the ESB instance. Key Store Password The key store password for the ESB instance.
The CCM server's hostname – use the default if you are not making any changes.
DB IP or Hostname
DNS or IP of the database:
- Local host: Default, does not include the flyway migrate configuration
- Remote host, includes the flyway migrate configuration – see the last bullet in this row.
Authenticated username for the database (either local or remote).
Authenticated password for the database (either local or remote).
Optional. Remote Host Configure the CCM to a remote database by providing the IP address of the remote database. When you provide the IP address, you see an additional screen to configure the flyway migrate process.
- Yes: Flyway migration takes place.
- No: Only the configuration files are updated.
DB configuration is required for standalone database deployments.
ELK_Info ELK Host
Specify the IP address for the ELK host (Monitor VM).
Elasticsearch Port Displays 8881 by default. Logstash Port Displays 4560 by default. Kibana Port Displays 8882 by default. ELK User The default ELK Username = logreader. ELK Password The default ELK Password is re@d0nly (zero between d and n) (change this password after the initial login – see Download Log File for additional context). Host Identifier A Unique ID for the server – be sure to prefix the unique identifier with CCM_ for example, CCM_1 Host Identifier List
Only applies to environments using the HA mode – provide a list of comma separated unique host identifiers for all ELK/Monitor hosts in a HA setup = for example, CCM_1,CCM_2,myCCM.
In an environment operating in HA mode, if you have two CCM instances with unique IDs configured as CCM_1,CCM_2 in their respective server.properties file, then this property should state CCM_1,CCM_2 in both CCM instances. Each CCM must be aware of the unique ID of the other CCM(s) when in HA mode.
Config_Certs – Custom Certs Menu Generate Certs
- CloudCenter ID: A customer-assigned unique alphanumeric string to identify this CloudCenter deployment.
- Company Name: The name of the company for which this certificate is being generated.
Update Certs Certs Zip Path: Provide the path for the certs.zip file. The default path is /tmp/certs.zip.
Exit the CCM configuration wizard.
Select Yes, to restart the Tomcat service for the changes to take effect.
You have successfully installed the CCM instance!
- If you are installing a Health Monitor component – see
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