Getting Started with Redis Enterprise Software for Pivotal Platform
This topic describes how to install and configure Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform (formerly Pivotal Cloud Foundry - PCF).
Install Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform
Sign in to PivNet and download the product file from Pivotal Network to your local machine.
Navigate to the Ops Manager Installation Dashboard and click Import a Product to upload the product file.
Under the Import a Product button, click + next to the version number of Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform. This adds the tile to your staging area.
Configure and Deploy Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform
Click the newly imported tile.
Navigate to the Assign AZs and Network section on the right navigation bar.
Ensure you have regions selected in each section and a network selected for the cluster to use.
A banner appears at the top of the page indicating changes have been successfully applied.
Navigate to the Cluster Configuration section on the left navigation bar and enter the following details:
Note -Make sure that the Cluster Recovery option is not selected during installation. This option is only for when you recover a cluster.
- Cluster Name: Provide a subdomain for the cluster name. The Redis Enterprise cluster name is a subdomain under the system domain,
which is found under the Pivotal Application Service (PAS) in Ops Manager (PAS->Settings->Domains).
For example, set the cluster name as
CLUSTERNAME.sys.redislabs.comif your system domain is
sys.redislabs.com. The cluster name becomes part of the connection string for Redis apps when connecting to Redis Enterprise databases using DNS-based connections.
- Admin Email: Provide an email for the account that you want to have full administrative privileges to the new Redis Enterprise cluster.
- Admin account password: Provide the password for the administrative account.
- Optionally, for production clusters, you can also provide a static IP address of a set of static IP addresses (comma-separated) to use for cluster nodes. You can also enable Multiple Availability Zone (Rack) awareness.
- Save your changes by clicking Save.
- Cluster Name: Provide a subdomain for the cluster name. The Redis Enterprise cluster name is a subdomain under the system domain, which is found under the Pivotal Application Service (PAS) in Ops Manager (PAS->Settings->Domains). For example, set the cluster name as
Navigate to the Routing section on the left navigation bar.
If you would like to enable TCP Routing, configure the fields in this section. Otherwise, select Disable. Save your changes by clicking Save.
Navigate to the Service Plans section on the left navigation bar.
You can optionally add, remove or edit plans or choose to keep pre-configured plans. Save your changes by clicking Save.
Optionally, navigate to the Loggregator section on the left navigation bar.
You can check the box to enable exposing cluster metric if you would like to enable Loggregator functionality. You can also set the Metrics scrape interval in seconds. The default is 15 second. Save your changes by clicking Save.
Navigate to the Resource Config section on the left navigation bar.
Ensure there are resources assigned to the required resources for Redis Enterprise. If you chose to enable metric export to Loggregator in the previous step, you must ensure that exactly 1 loggregator-agent instance is configured.Note -Ensure the capacity used for Redis Enterprise cluster nodes meet the minimum hardware specification requirements for Redis Enterprise.
Return to the Ops Manager Installation Dashboard and click Apply Changes to deploy Redis Enterprise for Pivotal Platform tile.
Optionally, double-click the tile, and then click the Status tab to view the state of the cluster nodes under the jobs named redis-pack-node and redis-pack-service-broker.
For information about Redis Enterprise, see the Redis Enterprise documentation.