uses multiple SQL databases to manage platform metadata. This section describes how to install and initialize these databases.
- You must install a supported database distribution. For more information on the supported database versions, see see System Requirements.
- You must also acquire the database dependencies associated with the operating system distribution where the database is to be installed. Please see the database vendor for more information.
- Please verify that the ports used by the database are opened on the the .
- For more information on default ports, see see System Ports.
- If you need to use different ports, additional configuration is required. More instructions are provided later.
- Installation and configuration of the database cannot be completed until the the has has been installed. You should install the software on the the first first.
- If you are installing the databases on an instance of Amazon RDS, additional setup is required first. See Install Databases on Amazon RDS.
requires access to the following databases. Below, you can review database names, descriptions and release in which it was introduced:
|Database Name||Description||First Release|
|Storage of users and metadata about your datasets, including completed jobs.||Release 1.0|
|Storage of job tracking information. Jobs are purged upon completion or job timeout. Failed jobs are purged periodically. ||Release 3.2|
|Configuration Service database|
|Storage of parameter settings at the workspace level. For more information, see Workspace Admin Page.||Release 6.0|
|Artifact Storage Service database|
|Storage for feature-specific usage data such value mappings.||Release 6.0|
|Job Metadata Service database|
|Storage of metadata on job execution.|
|Storage of schedules, including datasets to execute. For more information, see Configure Automator.||Release 4.1|
|Time-based Trigger database|
|Storage of triggering information. |