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(Basic) Apache NiFi 1.4 on Centos 7.4

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A CentOS 7.4 VM, running a default Apache NiFi 1.4 installation
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(Basic) Apache NiFi 1.4 on Centos 7.4

Onyx Point, Inc.

A CentOS 7.4 VM, running a default Apache NiFi 1.4 installation

A CentOS 7.4 VM running a basic install of Apache NiFi 1.4 using default configurations. Once the VM is deployed and running, Apache NiFi can be accessed by opening a web browser and entering: http://<IP>:8080/nifi

This offer is intended for use with test and development

Note: Unsecured access (http) should be used for testing purposes only, and it requires that port 8080 be accessible by external sources. For production use, a certificate should be generated, port 8080 should be closed to http access, and https should be used.

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