About This Guide - AWS Elemental Conductor File

This is version 2.17 of the AWS Elemental Conductor File documentation. This is the latest version. For prior versions, see the Archive section of AWS Elemental Conductor File and AWS Elemental Server Documentation.

About This Guide

This guide is intended for engineers who are performing the initial configuration on one or more AWS Elemental nodes that are in an AWS Elemental Conductor File cluster. In other words, this guide describes how to set up AWS Elemental Server nodes in a Conductor File cluster.

Phase 2 of Installation

This guide provides detailed information on phase 2 of installation, including:

  • Configure all the nodes into a cluster so that they can be controlled by Elemental Conductor.

  • Enable user authentication so that users must log in to use any product.

  • Add users, if user authentication is enabled.

  • Configure the time zone, DNS server, NTP servers, firewall, and alert notifications.

  • Configure other Ethernet interfaces, as required.

  • Configure routers and other input devices.

Prerequisite Knowledge

We assume that you know how to:

  • Connect to the AWS Elemental Conductor File web interface using your web browser.

  • Log in to a remote terminal (Linux) session in order to work via the command line interface.

Note

To receive assistance with your AWS Elemental appliances and software products, see the forums and other helpful tools on the AWS Elemental Support Center.