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Getting Started with Intigua On-Premise


Download and Deploy the OVF template:

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1. If you haven't already, download the Intigua OVA file.

  • The download file contains a server running CentOS 7.2 with Intigua pre-installed, along with some agent packages.

  • There is no reason to log into the server other than to change the default password. To log in, use SSH with user "root" and password "intigua123456".


2. Deploy the OVF template:

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  • If you are using VMware vSphere Web Client follow these steps.
  • By default, the Intigua virtual appliance IP configuration is set to DHCP

 

Getting started with Intigua:

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1. Go to the Intigua Console via a browser at http://< IP>/

  • When you first access the Intigua Console, you will be asked to create an admin user with a strong password (at least 8 characters combining uppercase, numbers and symbols).

  • After creating this user, log into the console and accept the license.

     

2. Discover your servers

  • Go to Settings → Discovery Sources
  • Select “Add Discovery Source”

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  •  Choose Source Type - vCenter, AWS, or Azure

  •  Fill in the credentials and test the connection

  • For more details follow these steps


3. Provide endpoint user accounts- once Intigua is able to connect to endpoints, it needs to be able to log into them to manage their management stacks. For this, it needs user accounts with administrative permissions over the endpoints.

  • Go to Settings → Server Accounts
  • Select “Edit Credentials” to add new accounts
  • Select the Account Type and provide an Account Name, Username, and Password
  • For Linux you can select and use an SSH private key.
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4. Create a management service -  a management service specifies the managed agent and includes a set of relevant configuration options
  • Go to Library → Management Services
  • Select “Add Service”
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  • Enter a Name and select a management tool from the drop-down list
  • Edit the management service properties - Managed Agent settings, Container settings, and Console settings
* If the tool you need is not available in the drop-down list, you can add more tools by uploading an agent.  In order to upload an agent to Intigua- it has to be in VAI format. VAI files are available from Intigua for various tools, and can also be created independently using Intigua’s self-service agent packaging tool. Contact support@intigua.com for details.

5. To apply/remove management services select server, then click “server actions” → “apply/remove management services”
  • A window of tools will pop up
  • Choose the tools and configuration you wish to manage on the server
  • In case you haven’t assigned an account, a window will pop up in which you will have to assign an account.


» You also can automatically configure which agents need to be deployed to which servers, through the Policy tab, following these simple steps: