The NiFi operator makes securing your NiFi cluster with SSL. You may provide your own certificates, or instruct the operator to create them for from your cluster configuration. Below this is an example configuration required to secure your cluster with SSL : apiVersion: nifi.orange.com/v1alpha1. kind: NifiCluster.
Apache Nifi is a popular open source visual ETL (extract, transform, load) tool which can be used to consume or publish event data to and from many destinations, including Apache Kafka.
NiFi集群协调器（NiFi Cluster Coordinator）：NiFi集群集群协调器是NiFi集群中的节点，负责执行 nifi.cluster.node.address - 将其设置为节点的标准主机名。 如果留空，则默认为"localhost"。
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Making connections to a Cassandra cluster that uses SSL can be tricky - Securing your client connections with SSL is important: Trust The Apache Experts.
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Description of problem: The "OpenShift Cluster Version Operator (CVO)" doesn't mount the ssl certificates from the host (masters) correctly. This means if you are using an MITM proxy checking for new cluster versions fails with: "x509: certificate signed by unknown authority" I looked into it deeper and I realized that the CVO only mounts /etc/ssl/certs from the host, however the certificates ...
Installing NiFi Cluster in Demo Environment or Single Server/System. Installing NIFi Cluster in Production on 3 Servers. Offloading one server work to other nodes during Server Down or Maintenance Window. Understanding Running a data flows in Cluster. Running NiFi on HTTPS by configuring SSL using NiFi Toolkit.