This section explains, how to install DCC component.
- Download the DCF binary from support.vmware.com and give it 'run' access:
chmod +X <file_name>.sh sh <file_name>.sh
- Accept EULA and configure parameters:
- Do you accept EULA [y/N] ? - Install in /opt/DCF [Y/n] ? - Required dependencies  java '8.0.141' v8.0.141\  module-manager '1.13u1' v1.13u1\  webservice-gateway 'Default' (none) => v2.3u2\  python 'Default' (none) => v3.6.5\  controller 'Default' (none) => v1.0\Certificate generation * Finalizing installation... * Installing service 'webservice-gateway Default'... [ installed ] * Generating server certificate... [ done ] * Generating client certificate... [ done ] * Generating truststore... [ done ] * Generating trusted certificate... [ done ]
- Complete installation and start services
Installation complete. * Starting 'webservice-gateway Default'... [ OK ] * Starting 'task-scheduler Default'... [ OK ] * Starting 'controller Default'... [ OK ] ``` * IMPORTANT: All useful utilities are located in "/opt/DCF/bin". To install additional modules, use "/opt/DCF/bin/manage-modules.sh" * WARNING: Anti-virus software are known to severely impact VMware Service Assurance DCF performance and reliability. It is recommended to add "/opt/DCF" to your anti-virus white-list. Please contact your vendor for more information about white-listing. * Installing packages\ New modules (blocks) are distributed in a packaged format, usually using the .pkg extension. Once copied in the Module-Respository directory, DCC is able to detect changes and make them available for provisioning.