DHS Administration Resources - AWS

The following table provides a list of resources required for DHS administration configuration.

Field Description
Service Type
  • Choose Production if this DHS will be the live production instance of your data hub.
  • Choose Development if this DHS will be used for development and testing only.
Name The name of your DHS.
Version The DHS version of your service, including the Data Hub and MarkLogic Server versions installed in your service.

Choose a DHS version number to create a service with the latest X.X.x release. For the latest release, see Release Notes.

Tip: If more than one DHS version is available, hover over each version number to display the Data Hub and MarkLogic Server versions installed with each version.
Network The name of the preconfigured network to use. The network can be peered or public.
Note: You must choose a network that is compatible with this version. If none of your networks are compatible with the chosen version, you must create a new network.
Region The region where your preconfigured network is located. Default: us-west-2. See Supported Regions - AWS .
  • Choose Public if you want to allow public access to your DHS endpoints. You can use any machine that is set up as a peer of the MarkLogic VPC.
  • Choose Private if you want to restrict access to your DHS endpoints. You need a bastion host inside a VPC that can access the MarkLogic VPC. For additional information on the bastion host, see Set Up a Client-Side VPC - AWS.
    Important: For improved security, use a peered network with VPC peering.
Capacity MarkLogic Data Hub Service capacity is measured in MarkLogic Capacity Units (MCU). One MCU has approximately 1GB of memory with appropriate CPU and network capacity. MarkLogic Data Hub Service is provisioned to provide a baseline level of MCUs that govern the target storage for DHS. This provisioned capacity also governs how frequently and for how long it can burst above baseline performance. See Pricing.