- Minimum System Requirements
This involves ensuring that the minimum system requirements to run WSO2 DAS are available. For detailed information about the minimum system requirements, see Installation Prerequisites.
- Capacity Planning
This involves determining the scale at which you need to deploy DAS based on your requirement. To see the output of WSO2 DAS at different scales, see WSO2 DAS Performance Analysis.
This involves selecting the clustering pattern which matches your requirements and setting up the cluster accordingly. For more information on deployment options available for clustering WSO2 DAS, see Clustering Data Analytics Server 3.1.0.
- Opening Ports
This involves configuring the network firewall for opening the ports used by WSO2 DAS for different functions. For more information about the default ports, see the following topics.
- Performance Tuning
This involves configuring the relevant parameters to optimize the performance of WSO2 DAS depending on your production environment. For detailed information about the parameters to be configured, see the Performance Tuning.
- Providing Access
This involves providing the required level of access to all the users in your production environment. For more information, see User Management.
This involves securing your production environment as described in Security.
In addition, it is recommended to restrict access to Spark UIs. To do this, you can add the 4040 and 8081 ports to the block list when configuring firewalls. This blocks the Spark UIs being accessed by an external user.