Deploying Workload XM

Steps for successfully configuring and installing Workload XM on-premises on all nodes in the Workload XM cluster.

Describes how to install Workload XM on-premises on all nodes in the Workload XM cluster.
The following tasks must be completed before deploying Workload XM.
  • Verify that you successfully downloaded, distributed, and activated the WXM parcel.
  • Verify that you assigned the Phoenix Query Server role to all the hosts in the Workload XM environment, by selecting the Status tab and then Roles in the Cloudera Home page, and then confirming that each host displays the QS icon.
  • Verify that you have the following TLS/SSL key pair values, which you will be required to supply during the deployment task:
    • The location of your TLS/SSL private key file.
    • The location of your TLS/SSL certificate file.
    • the password of your TLS/SSL private key.
  • Verify that you recorded a Phoenix and Impala Daemon host name, which you will be required to supply during the deployment task, by doing the following:
    1. From the Cloudera Manager's Home page, select Phoenix and then Instances. Record the host name of one of the Query Server hosts.
    2. From the Cloudera Manager's Home page, select Impala and then Instances. Record the host name of one of the Query Server hosts.
  1. Verify that you are in a supported web browser on the Workload XM on-premises cluster and have logged in to Cloudera Manager.
  2. From the Cloudera Manager's Home page, select the Status tab.
  3. From the cluster Actions menu, denoted by the vertical ellipses icon, select Add Service.
  4. From the Service Type column in the Service to Cluster page, locate Workload XM.
  5. Select Workload XM and click Continue.
    The Add Workload XM Service to Cluster 1 page opens.
  6. In the Assign Rolls panel, click Continue.
  7. In the Review Changes panel do the following:
    1. If not visible, display the Phoenix Query Server Host and the Impala Daemon Host value entry fields by clicking the plus (+) icon under Workload XM (Service-Wide).
    2. In the Phoenix Query Server Host field, enter the host name of the Phoenix Query Server that you recorded.
    3. In the Impala Daemon Host field, enter the host name of the Impala Daemon that you recorded.
    4. In the Console Service TLS/SSL Server Private Key File field, enter the location of your TLS private key file.
    5. In the Console Service TLS/SSL Server Certificate File field, enter the location of your TLS certificate file.
    6. In the Console Service TLS/SSL Private Key password field, enter the password of your TLS private key.
    7. For the Console Service TLS/SSL Server CA Certificate field, do nothing by leaving this field blank.
    8. (Optional) Scroll through the rest of the properties and make your changes.
    9. When satisfied with your changes, click Continue.
    The Workload XM service is deployed and configured on the Workload XM cluster and its progress is displayed.
  8. When completed, as denoted by the Status field displaying Finished, click Continue.
  9. In the Summary panel, click Finish.
  10. In the Cloudera Manager Home page, select the Status tab and locate the Cloudera Management Service section.
  11. From the Actions menu, denoted by the vertical ellipses icon, select Restart.
  12. In the Restart message, confirm restarting the Cloudera Management Service by clicking Restart.
  13. Monitor the restart progress until the Successfully restarted service message appears and then click Close.
On the Cloudera Manager Home page, the Workload XM service appears in the list of services.