How do I deploy a BLU?

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After a new application is developed based on service requirements, the system administrator can add its WAR file to FusionInsight Farmer so that it can become a BLU.
The specific operation is as follows:
On FusionInsight Manager, choose Services > Containers > Business Manager > Add BLU.

Other related questions:
How do I deploy HDFS?
NameNodes and ZooKeeper Failover Controllers (ZKFCs) are deployed on two control nodes that work in active/standby mode. JournalNodes are deployed on at least three nodes and each node reserves a copy of backup data. It is recommended that at least three DataNodes be deployed on data nodes.

How do I deploy MQ nodes?
The MQ service must be installed on at least two nodes. Each node has an mqs instance and the two nodes mutually back up. The system supports a maximum of 10 sets of mqs instances.

Method used to install a cluster client
Log in to FusionInsight Manager, click Services, and click Download Client on the menu bar. For details, see section "Installing a Client" in the FusionInsight HD V100R002C80SPC200 Product Documentation.

Methods used to deploy load balancers and firewalls
Load balancers and firewalls can be attached to the core switches directly or indirectly. Indirect attachment is recommended. (1) If load balancers and firewalls are attached directly to the core switches, all traffic will pass through them even if unnecessary. This wastes interface bandwidth, increases the risk of network faults, and makes subsequent expansion inconvenient. The advantage is that network speed will be high. (2) If load balancers and firewalls are attached indirectly to the core switches, only part of the traffic will be transmitted to the corresponding load balancers and firewalls after you configure routing policies or dynamic routing instances on the core switches. This reduces the traffic and the risk of network faults, and makes subsequent expansion and optimization more convenient. The disadvantage is that the network will be slower.

Server installation procedure
The server installation procedure is as follows: 1. Unpack and install the server, and power on the server. 2. Configure the RAID controller card. For details, see Link. 3. Set the boot device for the server. When installing the OS, set the DVD-ROM drive as the first boot device. After the OS is installed, set the hard drive as the first boot device. For details about how to set the boot device and NIC PXE, see the BIOS Parameter Reference. The Romley Platform BIOS Parameter Reference applies to V2 servers. Click Link to obtain it. The Brickland Platform BIOS Parameter Reference applies to 4- and 8-socket V3 servers. Click Link to obtain it. The Grantley platform BIOS Parameter Reference applies to 2-socket V3 servers. Click Link to obtain it. 4. Use the Huawei Server Compatibility Checker (Link) to check whether the OS is supported by the server and determine the OS installation method. 5. Install the OS. For details, see Link.

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