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This version of ScalarDL is no longer supported. For details, see the Release Support Policy.

Deploy ScalarDL Ledger on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)

This document explains how to deploy ScalarDL Ledger on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS).

In this guide, you will create the following environment in your AWS environment account.

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Step 1. Subscribe to ScalarDL Ledger in AWS Marketplace

You must get the ScalarDL Ledger container image from AWS Marketplace and subscribe to ScalarDL. For details on how to subscribe to ScalarDL Ledger in AWS Marketplace, see Subscribe to Scalar products from AWS Marketplace.

Step 2. Create an EKS cluster

You must create an EKS cluster for the ScalarDL Ledger deployment. For details, see Guidelines for creating an Amazon EKS cluster for Scalar products.

Step 3. Set up a database for ScalarDL Ledger

You must prepare a database before deploying ScalarDL Ledger. Because ScalarDL Ledger uses ScalarDB internally to access databases, refer to ScalarDB Supported Databases to see which types of databases ScalarDB supports.

For details on setting up a database, see Set up a database for ScalarDB/ScalarDL deployment on AWS.

Step 4. Create a bastion server

To execute some tools for deploying and managing ScalarDL Ledger on EKS, you must prepare a bastion server in the same Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) of the EKS cluster you created in Step 2. For details, see Create a Bastion Server.

Step 5. Prepare custom values files for the Scalar Helm Charts for both ScalarDL Ledger and ScalarDL Schema Loader

To perform tasks, like accessing information in the database that you created in Step 3, you must configure custom values files for the Scalar Helm Charts for both ScalarDL Ledger and ScalarDL Schema Loader (for Ledger) based on your environment. For details, see Configure a custom values file for Scalar Helm Charts.

Step 6. Deploy ScalarDL Ledger by using the Scalar Helm Chart

Deploy ScalarDL Ledger in your EKS cluster by using the Helm Chart for ScalarDL Ledger. For details, see Deploy Scalar products using Scalar Helm Charts.

Note: We recommend creating a dedicated namespace by using the kubectl create ns scalardl-ledger command and deploying ScalarDL Ledger in the namespace by using the -n scalardl-ledger option with the helm install command.

Step 7. Check the status of your ScalarDL Ledger deployment

After deploying ScalarDL Ledger in your EKS cluster, you must check the status of each component. For details, see Components to Regularly Check When Running in a Kubernetes Environment.

Step 8. Monitor your ScalarDL Ledger deployment

After deploying ScalarDL Ledger in your EKS cluster, we recommend monitoring the deployed components and collecting their logs, especially in production. For details, see Monitoring Scalar products on a Kubernetes cluster and Collecting logs from Scalar products on a Kubernetes cluster.

Remove ScalarDL Ledger from EKS

If you want to remove the environment that you created, please remove all the resources in reverse order from which you created them in.