This guide covers post-installation and maintenance tasks for the Pentaho Server and related tools. These tasks include setting up data connections, importing and exporting content, creating clusters, and configuring logging and monitoring operations. You can perform these tasks in any order.
For this guide, we assume you have installed and configured the Pentaho Suite. We also assume you are an IT administrator who knows where data is stored, how to connect to it, details about the computing environment, and how to use the command line to issue commands for Microsoft Windows or Linux.
Administration tasks for Pentaho Business Analysis (BA) components are handled through the Pentaho User Console. Some administration tasks for Pentaho Data Integration (PDI) components are handled through the design tool, PDI client (Spoon). Other tasks are handled through the command line interface. All BA component administration tasks require you log on to the Pentaho User Console with the administrator user name and password.
Manage the Pentaho system
After your system is installed and configured, use the following topics to manage your Pentaho products:
You can manage the licenses from the Pentaho User Console (PUC), Pentaho Data Integration (PDI client), or the command line interface.
You can manage the Pentaho Server by changing ports and URLs, clustering servers, and maintaining various server options.Learn more
Folder and report localization
Secure the Pentaho system
Apply your security plan based on the security requirements of your system.
Big Data security
Optimize the Pentaho system
Improve your system performance by monitoring logs and applying various optimization tools.
You can logging to monitor and review system performance.
Troubleshoot the Pentaho system
See our list of common problems and resolutions.