Network port requirements
Lists the network port numbers and their respective protocols used by Cloudera Observability and dependent services.
Communication between Cloudera Observability and your Workload Clusters is through Telemetry Publisher, which requires network communication with Network Load Balancer and the Cloudera Observability S3 bucket in the Cloudera Cloudera Observability framework.
Telemetry Publisher collects and sends diagnostic information about job and query processes from your Workload Clusters to Cloudera Observability. It communicates with Cloudera Observability, and its S3 bucket through Network Load Balancer using the Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) and the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols.
The following table lists the Network Load Balancer and the Cloudera Observability S3 bucket host names and the port numbers that must be enabled for service-to-service network communication between Telemetry Publisher and Cloudera Observability:
|Port Number||Host Name|
|443||Host names for a Us-west-2 cloud region:
|443||Host names for a EU-central-1 cloud region:
|443||Host names for a AP-southeast-2 cloud region:
Verifying Network Connectivity between Telemetry Publisher and Cloudera Observability
- For a Us-west-2 cloud region
- For a EU-central-1 cloud region run:
- For a AP-southeast-2 cloud region
You can import a certificate from another truststore file to your truststore file with the keytool utility, by running the following command:
keytool -importkeystore -srckeystore cacerts -srcstorepass changeit -destkeystore truststore -deststorepass truststore_password
- truststore, is the destination truststore file name.
- truststore_password, is the password that opens the destination truststore file.