Configuring Anaconda Enterprise¶
There are several aspects of Anaconda Enterprise that can be configured to meet your organization’s specific requirements, including the following:
- Configuring and monitoring the utilization of cluster resources.
- Configuring user access to the platform and its resources.
- Configuring channels of packages, plus environments and custom installers to distribute software.
- Configuring advanced platform settings, including TLS/SSL certificates, external version control, and NFS shares.
Administrators use different consoles to perform tasks in each of these areas, with credentials required to access each console. This gives enterprises the flexibility they need to choose whether to grant the permissions required to access a particular console to a single Admin, or different individuals, based on their area(s) of expertise within the organization.
Some configuration options fall outside of these general categories—and you may not necessarily follow this linear process—however, the following offers a high-level overview of the configuration workflow you’re likely to follow: