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Pro Cloud Server Setup

This is an overview of the typical process of setting up the Pro Cloud Server.

Typical steps for setting up a Cloud Server

Step

Description

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1

Install the Pro Cloud Server.

Pro Cloud Server Installation

2

Review the default settings in the 'SSProCloud.config' file; in most environments these will be sufficient.  However, if necessary change the SERVER_PORT to suit your environment and restart the Pro Cloud Server service.

Pro Cloud Server Configuration

3

Open the Configuration Client. By default a shortcut to this client should be created on the Desktop.

Pro Cloud Server Configuration Client - Application

4

Configure the Port(s) to be used for accessing your Cloud-based models.  If changes were made, restart the Pro Cloud Server service.

Note, if you intend to use the Floating License Server component then you will need a Port configured to use HTTPS.

Port Configuration

5

Define the connections to your repositories or models.

Add Database Manager

6

Configure your Firewall.

Firewall Settings

7

If you intend to use floating licenses for Enterprise Architect, configure the Floating License Server and add your Enterprise Architect keys.

Floating License Server

8

Test access to your Cloud-based model(s) from Enterprise Architect.

Connecting Enterprise Architect to a Cloud Model

9

If you are planning to use any 'Pro' features such as WebEA or Integration Plug-ins, your Pro Cloud Server will have to be 'licensed'. Refer to the Pro Cloud Server Licensing topic for details.

Pro Cloud Server Features Pro Cloud Server Licensing

10

Optionally, if you are using the Token edition of the Pro Cloud Server then consider adjusting the token allocations (for example, enabling specific integration plug-ins).

Manage Allocations

Pro Cloud Server Setup for Linux using Wine

Enterprise Architect's Pro Cloud Server can be installed and run on Linux using Wine. In this case pay particular attention to the points regarding privileged ports on Linux (see: Port Configuration) and the commands for running the Pro Cloud Server in standalone mode (see: Using Multiple Configurations - Standalone mode).

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