After deploying a Teradata Query Service instance, you must connect to the instance and log on to the Teradata Query Service graphical user interface.
You can use Teradata Query Service in the AWS public cloud or on-premises.
The time zone for the Teradata Query Service instance defaults to the time zone of the AWS availability zone.
- From the AWS Management Console, note the Public DNS of the Teradata Query Service instance.
From your browser, go to the Teradata Query Service graphical user interface.
http://public-DNS:1080where public-DNS is the DNS host name of the Teradata Query Service instance.
Obtain an admin password for Teradata Query Service.
The username is admin and the password is the one generated in the previous step.
Open an SSH client and connect to the Query Service VM.
# ssh awsuser@VM-public-IP-addresswhere:
- awsuser is the user name specified when you deploy the VM
- VM-public-IP-address is the public address of the Query Service VM
Switch to the root user environment.
# sudo su -
Generate the password for the admin user.
- Note the resulting password, which you will use to log in to the Query Service user interface.
- Open an SSH client and connect to the Query Service VM.
Create a system.
See Teradata® Query Service Installation, Configuration, and Upgrade Guide for Customers, B035-2700.