This is the documentation for Cloudera Manager 4.8.6. Documentation for other versions is available at Cloudera Documentation.

Cloudera Manager 4 and CDH 4 have reached End of Maintenance (EOM) on August 9, 2015. Cloudera will not support or provide patches for any of the Cloudera Manager 4 or CDH 4 releases after that date.

Configuring TLS Security for Cloudera Manager

  Important: If you want to add new hosts after performing the following procedures to enable TLS, you must disable TLS and then configure TLS for each new host. For more information, see Adding a Host to the Cluster.
  Important: Cloudera strongly recommends that you set up a fully-functional CDH cluster and Cloudera Manager before you begin configuring it to use TLS.

Transport Layer Security (TLS) provides encryption and authentication in the communications between the Cloudera Manager Server and Agents. Encryption prevents snooping of communications, and authentication helps prevent malicious Servers or Agents from causing problems in your cluster.

Cloudera Manager supports three levels of TLS security:

To enable TLS encryption for all connections between your Web browser running the Cloudera Manager Admin Console and the Cloudera Manager Server, see Configuring TLS Encryption for Cloudera Manager Admin Console.

This page last updated September 8, 2015