To get started with MarkLogic Data Hub Service (DHS) on AWS, you need to configure a DHS network and create one or more services in that network. You can configure two types of DHS networks: peered or public.
Before you begin
- An AWS account with permissions to create and configure AWS VPCs (virtual networks)
- To subscribe to MarkLogic Data Hub Service (DHS) on AWS
MarkLogic Data Hub Requirements
You must locally develop your Data Hub project with the same MarkLogic Data Hub version and MarkLogic Server major version running in your service.
Software versions installed in newly created services:
Tasks by Network Configuration
The following table organizes the tasks to create a Data Hub Service (DHS) into two configurations:
- Peered (Recommended)
Choose one of the supported configurations to get started. The tasks are in the order they must be executed.
|Set Up a Client-Side VPC||Using the AWS CloudFormation Console|
|Create the Peer Role||Using the AWS CloudFormation Console|
|Configure a Data Hub Service Network||With Private Endpoints||With Public Endpoints|
|Configure Network Routing||Using the AWS CloudFormation Console|
|Configure a Data Hub Service|
|Set Up Security for Service Users||
Choose one of the following:
|Configure SSH Tunneling *|
|Ingest and Curate Your Data|