- 18 Apr 2023
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- Updated on 18 Apr 2023
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Once you have deployed Delphix in the infrastructure of your choice, you will need to manage the settings of each Delphix Engine. The configuration section covers everything you need to do and know about Delphix settings and system administration. Each Delphix engine has its own settings, user profiles, policies, and many other configuration parameters. The majority of these are managed per engine, but increasingly will be managed via the Central Managed service. There are also many administrative functions you may need to manage, such as storage and capacity utilization, system monitoring integrations, and Support bundle upload. You may also want to change your engine's configuration, such as adding new storage disks, authentication mechanisms, or network properties.
Each Delphix Engine can be registered via our internal system, typically for association with the Delphix Support team. Learn how to ensure up-to-date registration of your Delphix Engines.
User and Authentication Management
There are various user types and configurations to consider when using Delphix. Learn how to set up users, and manage authentication mechanisms such as Single Sign-on and Kerberos.
Network and DNS Management
You may want to manage and configure certain network services, such as DNS, for Delphix. Here we specify general network and connectivity requirements and detail how to test network performance.
Capacity and Resource Management
Delphix will be responsible for managing many different data sources and data types. Learn storage and quota best practices, as well as the different options to optimally manage capacity.
Monitoring and Log Management
Using both Delphix and its associated datasets will generate many types of logs. Here, we explain the types of logs that Delphix creates as well as the monitoring tool integrations, such as SNMP and Splunk.
Performance Analytics Management
Delphix offers various performance analytics tools to help users monitor throughput, latency, and other key metrics. Learn how to leverage these tools and architect your Delphix deployment for optimal performance.
Starting, Stopping, and Restarting Your Engine
Occasionally, you may need to reboot or stop your Delphix engine, here, you will find steps to securely and safely restart your engines.