Installing third-party security and monitoring software
You can install third-party software for security, governance, and monitoring of ThoughtSpot.
This procedure shows how to install supported third-party security and monitoring software on a ThoughtSpot cluster:
|You must install any third-party software on a non-OS partition, not on the root drive.
Log in to the Linux shell using SSH.
tscli ansible checkoutcommand, specifying a temporary directory, for example:
$ tscli ansible checkout Checking out playbooks successfully in /tmp/111895937.
Switch to the temporary directory that was created.
$ cd /tmp/111895937
In the temporary directory, save or edit the playbooks and modules.
If you want to create a global ordering between playbooks, name them in alphabetical order, e.g. 10.first.yml, 20.second.yml, and so on. You can also specify the order line by line in order.txt within the same directory.
Commit your changes. This command will validate the playbook first, and then apply it.
Use the --local flag if you want to commit the change only to local storage on the local node. Otherwise, push it will go to centralized storage, and your changes will apply to all nodes in the cluster.
To apply your changes globally to all nodes in the cluster, issue the command:
$ tscli ansible commit
To apply your changes on the local node only, issue the command:
$ tscli ansible commit --local
This commits your changes. If there is a problem with the configuration. you will see an error message in standard output.