Fire Insights can be easily installed on an Azure Standalone VM.
- java 8 should be installed
- if you do not already have it, Need to install
Download it from below link:
Install using below command (Centos):
yum localinstall jdk-8uxxx-linux-x64.rpm
Set the below in .bash_profile:
Below are the overall steps for installing Fire Insights on VM.
- ssh into the Azure VM
- Download Fire Insights from https://www.sparkflows.io/download
- Unzip it
- Create H2 Database
- Start Fire
Create a VM on Azure:
Create a vm if you do not already have it running.
Update the inbound rule
- ssh port ie 22 should be accessible to ssh to Azure VM. - We would have Fire listening on ports 8080, so just ensure its opened.
ssh into the VM:
ssh -i my.pem userp@public ip.
Just Confirm that java 8 is already installed, if not follow above steps:
Download the fire tgz file by one of the following options:
tar xvf fire-x.y.z.tgz
Create H2 DB:
Fire stores its metadata into the embedded H2 database. You can also connect it to an external MySQL database. cd <fire install_dir> ./create-h2-db.sh
Launch Fire Server:
cd <fire install_dir> ./run-fire-server.sh start
Open your web browser and navigate to:
Login with the following default username and password:
username : admin password : admin
Loading Example Workflows¶
- From the home page of Fire Insights, click on *Load Example Applications*
- Upload the Fire examples data with default or if data is available at anyother location, point to that location:
Install and Start Running Example Workflows¶
Start off with executing the example workflows:
- Fire comes pre-packaged with a number of example workflows, you can start executing.