To configure a portlet on a Viewpoint VM, you must know the admin password for the Viewpoint portal. Obtaining that password is part of configuring Teradata Viewpoint.
You must have a site ID to configure or test Teradata ServiceConnect.
Although you can configure this software yourself, we recommend contacting Teradata instead. See https://www.teradata.com/Consulting/Velocity.You must configure the Data Mover portlet if you plan to use Teradata Viewpoint for data movement.
From the Azure portal, note the following of the Viewpoint VM:
- The private IP address.
- If applicable, either the public IP or public DNS.
From your browser, display the Viewpoint portal log in screen.
http://public-DNS or public-IP/cwhere: public-DNS is the DNS host name or public-IP is the public IP address of the Viewpoint VM.
- Log in to the Viewpoint portal using administrator credentials.
Open the Data Mover Setup portlet.
Skip steps 4a through 4f if you used a Teradata ecosystem to launch Teradata Viewpoint and Data Mover.
- Next to Daemons, click .
- Enter a Daemon Nickname.
- [Optional] Activate this daemon for monitoring by selecting Enable daemon.
- Enter the Daemon IP/DNS value which is the private IP address of the Data Mover VM.
- Enter the Broker Port value which is 61616.
- Click Test Connection. If the operation is successful, appears. If the operation fails, appears. Verify the settings are correct and try again.
- Under Daemon Setup, click Permissions.
- Under Users and Roles, select the admin role and move it from the Available Users list to Selected Users list.
- Click Apply. If the operation is successful, appears. If the operation fails, appears. Verify the settings are correct and try again.
- Close the Data Mover Setup portlet.
- From the Viewpoint portal, click Add Content to add the Data Mover portlet. The Data Mover portlet in Teradata Viewpoint is ready to use for data movement. See the Teradata® Data Mover User Guide.