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How deployment architecture looks like for DataStage in AWS?

  • 1.  How deployment architecture looks like for DataStage in AWS?

    Posted Fri March 05, 2021 03:31 AM
    Trying to get a high level view of what options i do have to deploy DataStage Enterprise in AWS but I couldn't find information about the topology.
    Does it have integration with RDS?
    Can you rely on EKS for it's containerised version?
    Can we rely on EC2+EBS+NLB to deploy it on AWS?

    thx

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    Eduardo Ortega
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  • 2.  RE: How deployment architecture looks like for DataStage in AWS?

    Posted Mon April 12, 2021 02:58 AM
    Edited by HOW MING YONG Mon April 12, 2021 03:00 AM
    Hi

    EC2 used like VM will be the normal way you deploy DataStage.

    If you plan to use the DataStage on Cloud Pak for Data then you will need to use OpenShift in AWS.

    To maximise performance and efficiency, typical deployment will be 2 VMs/EC2 instances -
    1. VM1 - Repository & Services Tier.
    2. VM2 - Engine Tier
    In term of installation, you run the installation for Repository & Services Tier on VM1 and then follow-by Engine Tier on VM2.

    This link provide you some topology for consideration - https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/iis/11.7?topic=options-choosing-topology

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    HOW MING YONG
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