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Jun 25, 2019

Project fnx Project fnx (pronounced fee-nix) is the internal code name for an ongoing evolution of the underlying architecture of Pega Infinity™ . Pega is evolving the runtime environment to allow for increased service isolation, improved support of cloud-native technologies such as Kubernetes and…

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Jun 25, 2019

To log in to Pega Platform: Open the application URL in your browser. https://<domain_name>/prweb This URL refers to the domain name of the web application you configured during the deployment.  To complete the Pega Platform log in, enter the administrative ID and password credentials you…

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Jun 25, 2019

Use the Pega-provided Helm chart to specify the requirements of the Pega deployment for your environment. You then use Helm to deploy all the required Kubernetes resources automatically. Before deploying, ensure that: The Kubernetes command-line tool, kubectl , is configured to connect to your…

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Jun 25, 2019

Pega best practices include the following Kubernetes tools and required settings. You should review the information about the public images that Kubernetes deployments of Pega Platform may use to ensure your enterprise can access these images. Kubernetes tools Install and configure the following…

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Jun 25, 2019

The following Kubernetes environments are supported. See the list of enterprise configurations and settings that are required in a supported Kubernetes environment. Minimum environment requirements Pega Platform supports the following versions of Kubernetes environments: Environment Details…

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Jun 25, 2019

Pega Platform™ is a distributed system that is deployed by using one or more tiers of Pega nodes, as well as external services. All the Pega nodes communicate with each other to form a Pega cluster. Nodes within the cluster communicate with the relational database to access rules and data. A load…

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Jun 25, 2019

The Pega API provides a standard set of services that include case creation, assignment processing, and access to data pages. These built-in REST/JSON services enable the rapid implementation of Pega mobile and client applications. By default, Pega API services are secured with user credentials and…

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Jun 24, 2019

You can use a virtual private cloud (VPC) peering connection to access your systems of record or transfer data between your Pega Cloud VPC and your Amazon VPC by using private IPv4 addresses. VPC peering is a virtual connection within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) architecture that enables one-to-…

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Jun 24, 2019

Pega Cloud supports the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Direct Connect service between your Pega Cloud Service virtual private cloud (VPC) and your physical infrastructure within a geographical region without need for a virtual private network (VPN). Use this service to connect to: A data center provider…

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Jun 24, 2019

You have the option of using the Pega Cloud Virtual Private Network (VPN) service to extend your private networks to Pega Cloud for managing proprietary data traffic, such as on-premises web services or data integration. The Pega Cloud VPN securely connects the existing network to Pega Cloud…