Deploying a remote harvesting server running a command - 8.0

Talend Data Catalog Installation and Upgrade Guide

Version
8.0
Language
English
Operating system
Linux
Product
Talend Big Data Platform
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Module
Talend Data Catalog
Content
Installation and Upgrade
Last publication date
2024-01-26

Before you begin

  • You have been assigned a global role with the Application Administration capability.
  • You have installed and launched Docker Desktop on your machine. For more information, see https://docs.docker.com/get-docker.
  • If necessary, you have configured Docker to use a proxy server. For more information, see https://docs.docker.com/network/proxy.

    Note that if you use a proxy server, you need to add an additional environment variable USESYSTEMSPROXIES=true when running the command.

Procedure

  1. Open a command prompt or a terminal window.
    For Windows, use PowerShell.
  2. Execute the following command to run the container:
    docker run -d --restart unless-stopped
     --name <CONTAINER_NAME>
     -e CLOUD_URL=http://<server>:<port>/MM
     -e AGENT_STRING=<SHARED_SECRET>
     -e USESYSTEMSPROXIES=true 
     <DOCKER_IMAGE:TAG>
    You can define the key parameters as follows:
    Parameter Action
    CONTAINER_NAME Enter the name of your remote harvesting server.
    CLOUD_URL

    Enter the URL of the Talend Data Catalog application server.

    AGENT_STRING Enter a shared secret set to anything as long it is:
    • unique,
    • reasonably descriptive so it can usefully be identified in the UI,
    • hard to guess since it also works as a shared secret string.
    DOCKER_IMAGE:TAG Enter talend/datacatalog-remote-harvesting-agent as the Docker image.

    Enter the version name of Talend Data Catalog build as the tag, such as 8-20211215.

    For example, you can enter talend/datacatalog-remote-harvesting-agent:8-20211215.

    You can find the list of Talend Data Catalog versions on https://hub.docker.com/r/talend/datacatalog-remote-harvesting-agent/tags.

  3. Execute docker ps or go to Docker Desktop and check that the Docker container is running.

Results

You are ready to add the remote harvesting server in Talend Data Catalog.