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Installing software utilities (Open Data for Industries)

Get your cluster ready to install Open Data for Industries.

Before you install the IBM® Open Data for Industries service on Open Data for Industries, ensure that you meet the following requirements:
  • The Cloud Pak for Data control plane is already installed on your Red Hat® OpenShift® cluster. For details, see Installing IBM Cloud Pak for Data.
  • The supporting utilities for Open Data for Industries service are installed and configured.

Follow these steps to install and configure supporting utilities:

  1. Log in to your Red Hat OpenShift cluster as a project administrator:
    oc login OpenShift_URL:port
  2. Download the following file from IBM Passport Advantage®:
    • Part number: G00FGZX
    • Description: IBM Open Data for Industries Installation Utility Tools V1.0 Multiplatform
    • File name: ODforI_utilities_tools.tar
  3. Unzip ODforI_utilities_tools.tar, which contains the automation script, In the following example, the tar file is unzipped to a directory named ODI_Install:
    tar -xvf ODforI_utilities_tools.tar -C ODI_Install
  4. Change to the directory where the tar file was unzipped.
  5. Run the script, specifying the appropriate storage class. Valid storage classes include ibmc-block-gold and ocs-storagecluster-ceph-rbd. The following example specifies the ibmc-block-gold storage class:
    ./ ibmc-block-gold

    The script installs the following utilities on the cluster:

    Table 1. Required utilities to install Open Data for Industries
    Software utility Version installed
    Apache Airflow 1.10.10
    Couch DB 3.1.0
    MinIO 1.0.9
    Elasticsearch 7.11.1
    Keycloak 11.0.0
    AMQ Broker 7.7.0
  6. Optional: Create users by using the Open Data for Industries identity provider, which is Keycloak. Follow these steps to create users:
    1. From the current directory where the tar file was unzipped, change to the KeycloakBulkUserCreation directory.
    2. Add user details in the UserList.csv file, following the format of the sample entry in the file.
    3. When all users' details are provided, delete the sample entry before saving the file.
    4. From the current directory, run the following command:
      ./ <ingress_certificate_name>
      Note: You can retrieve the <ingress_certificate_name> by viewing the Secrets section of the openshift-ingress namespace in the OpenShift web console.
  7. Log in to OpenShift cluster to validate installation.

What to do next

Install Open Data for Industries.