Installing the EFM Server Installing DatabasesThe EFM Server requires a relational database. An H2 database is bundled with EFM that is used by default. While this is fine for development and test environments, for production environments, an external database is recommended. Install NiFi RegistryUsing CEM requires a NiFi Registry instance to store your dataflows. Installing NiFi Registry requires that you download the software and unpack it.Obtaining the EFM Server BinariesYou may download the EFM Server from the location provided to you in your Cloudera support information. Install EFM ServerConfigure the EFM ServerOnce the EFM Server is installed, you can configure it by editing the efm.properties file. At minimum, you should edit the EFM Server address, set up the connection to NiFi Registry, and configure the connection to your database.Set the Encryption PasswordYou need to set the efm.encryption.password property.Open Network PortsYou should ensure that the following ports are available for the EFM Server and its components.Start the EFM ServerOnce you have installed and configured the EFM Server you can start it. In general, you should start the EFM Server before you install and configure your MiNiFi Agents.