Accessing Cloudera Manager, cluster UIs, and endpoints

Cluster UIs and endpoints can be accessed from cluster details.

To access cluster UIs and endpoints navigate to the to the Data Hub Clusters service or to the Management Console service > Data Hub Clusters, and click on the tile representing your cluster. This brings you to the cluster details page where the URLs to cluster UIs and endpoints are listed:

Click on the URL for the service that you would like to access and you will be logged in automatically with your CDP credentials. All the UIs and endpoints are accessible via the Knox gateway: The URLs listed connect you to a chosen service via Knox and Knox securely passes your CDP credentials.

Credentials to use for logging in

The following table describes what credentials to use to access clusters:

Method URL Credentials
Cloudera Manager web UI Access from the URL listed in cluster details > Services section. You do not need to provide any credentials. You are automatically logged in with your CDP credentials. When accessing a Data Hub cluster via Cloudera Manager, you assume the Configurator role.
All cluster web UIs Access from the URLs listed in cluster details. You do not need to provide any credentials. You are automatically logged in with your CDP credentials.
Data Analytics Studio (DAS) Access from the URLs listed in cluster details. Access DAS with your workload user name and FreeIPA password.

When accessing CDP for the first time, you must set FreeIPA password. For more instructions on how to set your FreeIPA password, refer to Set or Reset FreeIPA Password.

For instructions on how to find your workload user name, refer to Finding Your Workload User Name.

All cluster endpoints Access by using the API endpoint listed in cluster details > Gateway tab. Access all cluster API endpoints (such as JDBC and ODBC) with your workload user name and FreeIPA password.

When accessing CDP for the first time, you must set FreeIPA password. For more instructions on how to set your FreeIPA password, refer to Set or Reset FreeIPA Password.

For instructions on how to find your workload user name, refer to Finding Your Workload User Name.

For information on how to set up a connection from a business intelligence tool such as Tableau, refer to Connecting Hive to BI tools using a JDBC/ODBC driver.

Security exception

The first time you access the UIs, your browser will attempt to confirm that the SSL Certificate is valid. Since CDP automatically generates a certificate with self-signed CA, your browser will warn you about an untrusted connection and ask you to confirm a security exception. Depending on your browser, perform the steps below to proceed:
Browser Steps
Firefox Click Advanced > Click Add Exception… > Click Confirm Security Exception
Safari Click Continue
Chrome Click Advanced > Click Proceed…