Production Installation These topics provide procedures for installing CDP Private Cloud Base in a production environment. Related informationCDP Private Cloud Base Installation GuideBefore You InstallBefore you begin a production installation of Cloudera Manager, Cloudera Runtime, and other managed services, review the CDP Private Cloud Base Requirements and Supported Versions, in addition to the Cloudera Data Platform Release Notes.Production Installation: Installing Cloudera Manager, Cloudera Runtime, and Managed ServicesThis procedure is recommended for installing Cloudera Manager and Cloudera Runtime for production environments. For a non-production trial install see Installing the CDP Private Cloud Base Trial.Step 1: Configure a Repository for Cloudera ManagerCloudera Manager is installed using package management tools such as yum for RHEL compatible systems. These tools depend on access to repositories to install software. Cloudera maintains Internet-accessible repositories for Runtime and Cloudera Manager installation files. Step 2: Install Java Development KitCDP Private Cloud Base requires a JDK installed on all hosts., you can either install OpenJDK or a Oracle JDK directly from Oracle. Step 3. Install and Configure DatabasesCloudera Manager uses various databases and datastores to store information about the Cloudera Manager configuration, as well as information such as the health of the system, or task progress.Step 4: Install Cloudera Manager ServerCloudera Manager is installed on the Cloudera Manager Server host using packages.Step 5: Set up and configure the Cloudera Manager databaseCloudera Manager Server includes the scm_prepare_database.sh script that can create and configure a database.Step 6: Install Runtime and Other SoftwareAfter you set up the Cloudera Manager database, start Cloudera Manager Server and log in to the Cloudera Manager Admin Console. Then proceed through the installation wizard.Step 7: Using the installation wizardProceed through the installation wizard to accept licenses, install and configure Cloudera Runtime, and more.Step 8: Set Up a Cluster Using the WizardAfter you complete the Add Cluster - Installation wizard, the Add Cluster - Configuration wizard automatically starts. The following sections guide you through each page of the wizard.Step 9: (optional) Enable high availability for Cloudera Manager(Recommended) Enable Auto-TLSAuto-TLS greatly simplifies the process of enabling and managing TLS encryption on your cluster. (Recommended) Enable KerberosKerberos is an authentication protocol that relies on cryptographic mechanisms to handle interactions between a requesting client and server, greatly reducing the risk of impersonation. Additional Steps for Apache RangerAfter installing Cloudera Manager and adding a cluster, there are additional steps required to complete the installation of Apache Ranger.Installing Apache Knox This document provides instructions on how to install Apache Knox using the CDP Private Cloud Base installation process. Setting Up Data at Rest Encryption for HDFSThis section describes how to enable end-to-end data encryption to-and-from HDFS. For optimal performance, High Availability (HA) is also provided.Installing Cloudera Navigator EncryptLearn about installing Navigator Encrypt, setting up TLS certificates on a Navigator Encrypt client, entropy requirements , and uninstalling and reinstalling NavEncrypt.Installing Cloudera Navigator Key HSMCloudera Navigator Key HSM is a universal hardware security module (HSM) driver that translates between the target HSM platform and Cloudera Navigator Key Trustee Server. Navigator Key HSM allows you to use a Key Trustee Server to securely store and retrieve encryption keys and other secure objects, without being limited solely to a hardware-based platform.Installing Ranger RMSRanger Resource Mapping Server (RMS) enables automatic translation of access policies from Hive to HDFS.