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Advanced Setup Articles

This section provides a list of installation-related articles dealing with a wide range of subject:

Article Purpose
Install the Run:AI Administrator Command-line Interface The Administrator command-line is useful in a variaty of flows such as cluster upgrade, node setup etc.
Designating Specific Role Nodes Set one or more designated Run:AI system nodes or limit Run:AI monitoring and scheduling to specific nodes in the cluster.
Setup Project-based Researcher Access Control Enable Run:AI access control is at the Project level.
Single sign-on Integrate with the organization's Identity Provider to provide single sign-on for Run:AI
Run:AI Kubernetes Cluster Access In Restrictive Kubernetes environments such as when using Kubernetes PodSecurityPolicy or OpenShift OCP, understand and control what Kubernetes roles are provided to Run:AI
External access to Containers Understand the available options for Researchers to access containers from the outside
User Identity in Container The identity of the user in the container determines its access to cluster resources. The document explains multiple way on how to propagate the user identity into the container.
Kubernetes best-practices Some best practices relating to the Run:AI usage of Kubernetes
Planned and Unplanned Node Downtime Provide a process for retaining the Run:AI service and Researcher workloads during and after system downtime.

Last update: October 19, 2021