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It is important to understand how it actually works. Basically you will deploy
application into your Java web server and then tell
Hazelcast nodes to talk to that web application. That means, your Hazelcast nodes should know the
application before they start.
Here are the steps:
Download the latest Hazelcast zip from hazelcast.com
file. Deploy it to your web server (Tomcat, Jetty etc.)
Let's say it is running at
Start your web server and make sure
Configure your Hazelcast nodes by adding the URL of your web app to your
Hazelcast nodes will send their states to this URL.
Start your hazelcast cluster.
Initial login username/passwords is
Management Center creates a directory with name "mancenter" under your "user/home" directory to save data files. You can change the data directory setting "hazelcast.mancenter.home" system property.
Default credentials are for the admin user. In the
Admin can add/remove/update users and control user read/write permissions.
The starter page of the tool is
Cluster Home. Here you can see cluster's main properties
such as uptime,
memory. Also with pie chart, you can see the distribution of partitions over cluster members. You can come
back to this page, by clicking the
icon on the top-right toolbar.
On the left panel you see the Map/Queue/Topic instances in the cluster. At the bottom-left corner, members
of the cluster are listed.
On top menu bar, you can change the current tab to
Administration. Note that Administration tab is viewable only for admin users.
page is disabled for users with read-only credential.