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Spring Cloud Data Flow v1.0

Installing and Configuring Spring Cloud® Data Flow for PCF

Make sure that you have or have completed all products and requirements listed in the Prerequisites topic. Then follow the below steps to install Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF.

Installation Steps

  1. Download the product file from Pivotal Network.

  2. Navigate to the Ops Manager Installation Dashboard and click Import a Product to upload the product file.

  3. Under the Import a Product button, click + next to the version number of Spring Cloud® Data Flow for PCF. This adds the tile to your staging area.

  4. Click the newly added Spring Cloud Data Flow tile. In the Settings tab, click Assign AZs and Networks.

    Setting AZs and Network

    Select the availability zones for the tile to use. In the Network section, select the PAS (or ERT) network.

  5. In the Settings tab, click Service Broker.

    Setting Broker Relational Database Service

    Enter the relational database service name and plan name for the Spring Cloud Data Flow tile to use for storing its service broker’s service instance data. If you have the MySQL for PCF v2 tile installed and it has an active db-small plan, you may leave these fields unmodified.

    Note: If you are not using the MySQL for PCF v2 default for the service broker’s database, you must provide information for another relational database service from your PCF marketplace (see the PCF documentation).

    Spring Cloud Data Flow for PCF supports MySQL for PCF v1. If you wish to use it, set this service name to p-mysql and set the plan name to an active MySQL for PCF v1 plan.

  6. In the Settings tab, click Data Flow Server.

    Setting Data Flow Server Relational Database Service

    Configure the relational database service name and plan used by the Data Flow server application deployed for each Data Flow service instance. If you have the MySQL for PCF v2 tile installed and it has an active db-small plan, you can leave these fields unmodified.

  7. Still in the Settings tab, click Skipper.

    Setting Skipper Relational Database Service

    Configure the relational database service name and plan used by the Skipper application deployed for each Data Flow service instance. If you have the MySQL for PCF v2 tile installed and it has an active db-small plan, you can leave these fields unmodified.

  8. Still in the Settings tab, click Errands.

    Configuring Errands

    Each of the four lifecycle errands can be set to run conditionally (When Changed), always (On), or not at all (Off). Pivotal recommends that all Spring Cloud Data Flow lifecycle errands be set to always run (On).

    Important: The “run-tests” errand requires access to the Internet. If your Pivotal Cloud Foundry deployment does not allow external network access, set this errand to Off.

  9. Return to the Ops Manager Installation Dashboard and click Apply Changes to install the Spring Cloud® Data Flow tile.

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