Getting started as an admin
Refer to this section if you are a CDP admin who is trying to get started in CDP.
Accessing CDP for the first time
Access the CDP web interface at https://console.cdp.cloudera.com. When logging in for the first time, log in by using your Salesforce credentials.
Setting up Identity provider
In order to add users from your organization to CDP, set up your identity provider. For instructions, refer to Onboarding users.
Setting up an environment
Register an environment for your organization. An environment determines the specific cloud provider region and virtual network in which resources can be provisioned, and includes the credential that should be used to access the cloud provider account. For instructions, refer to Environments documentation.
Creating environment groups and adding users
Once your environment is up and running, you should create a new group for the environment or assign an existing group to this environment, add users to this group, and then perform user sync. For instructions, refer to Enabling admin and user access to environments.
Onnboarding users and groups for cloud storage
The minimal setup for cloud storage defined in environment prerequisites spins up a CDP environment and Data Lake with no end user access to cloud storage. Adding users and groups to a CDP cluster involves ensuring they are properly mapped to IAM roles to access cloud storage. For instructions, refer to Onboarding CDP users and groups for cloud storage.
Setting up Ranger authorization for your data lake
Once your environment is up and running, you should log in to Ranger and create policies for access to specific tables and databases. You can either log in to Hive first and create resources and then create policies for them in Ranger, or you can create Ranger policies in advance.
For instructions on how to access your Data Lake cluster, refer to Accessing Data Lake services. For instructions on how to set up authorization in Ranger, refer to Using Ranger to provide authorization documentation.
Provisioning compute resources
After performing these steps, you are set to start provisioning compute resources (Data Hub clusters, Data Warehouses, and Machine Learning workspaces. For more information, refer to the following documentation:
Registering your existing clusters
You can optionally register your existing CDH and HDP clusters in CDP if you would like to generate a workload, data movement, and compute capacity plan and replicate your data. For instructions, refer to Managing classic clusters.