If you do not have access to online documentation, please verify that you have the following PDF documents, which are part of or are referenced during the installation process.
Tip: You should be able to install and configure the Designer Cloud powered by Trifacta platform using only the Install Guide. However, if you have additional requirements or require further explanation than what is provided in the Install Guide, these documents are important references.
NOTE: For AWS Marketplace or Azure Marketplace installs, the content available through the Marketplace should contain all documentation required to complete the installation.
|Document||Starting Online Link||Description|
|Planning Guide PDF||Install Planning|
|Databases Guide PDF||Install Databases|
Install or upgrade the Trifacta databases for one of the supported database versions.
|Install Guide PDF||Install Overview|
Instructions for installing the software and configuring it for basic operations
NOTE: There are separate Install Guides for each supported infrastructure. Please verify that you are using the appropriate one.
|Configuration Guide PDF||Configure|
Configure integrations with running environments, backend storage, and other data sources, as well as instructions for configuring the Designer Cloud powered by Trifacta platform
|Admin Guide PDF||Admin|
For the installation process, this Guide contains useful topics on backup and recovery and verifying operations of the Designer Cloud powered by Trifacta platform .
|User Guide PDF||Workflow Basics||After installation and configuration is complete, this Guide can be helpful for references on how to use the product.|
Basic Install Workflow
- Prepare the environment for your installation scenario.
- Install the software.
- Install the databases.
- Start the platform and login.
- Configure your installation.
- Verify operations.
The install workflow is described in detailed in the page for your installation scenario.
In this guide, JSON settings may be provided in dot notation in either of the following forms.
webapp.selfRegistration refers to a JSON block
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